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EPA launches KIKA Summer Camp

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - If you are looking to put your child in a summer camp program the Guam Environmental Protection Agency in partnership with the Bureau of Statistics & Plans Coastal Guam Management Program has opened registration for the third annual KIKA Clearwater Summer Camp.

Guam EPA administrator Eric Palacios said, "Its going to be a lot of fun we are able to take children to places that a lot of people on Guam would not otherwise have access to and it's all part of education and outreach plan that we have."

The camp is geared toward third graders up to the seventh grade and will have three sessions each one week in length. Children will learn how to fish, scuba dive and take hikes to various places and the best part is it is free. For more information and to register your child contact Guam EPA at 300-4751.  

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