PLANTING AT THE BIG TENT: The EcoKidz were having an outing

EcoKidz do some planting at Big Tent RV Park in Parksville

Big Tent owner Larry Adams donates his campground for educational nature camps and outings

  • Mar. 13, 2014 10:00 a.m.

PLANTING AT THE BIG TENT: The EcoKidz were having an outing, doing thank-you cards and planting seedlings at the Big Tent RV Park, where Larry Adams donates his campground for educational nature camps and outings. The people above are part of the CEAP Program. From front left to right are: Kiefer Penman, Elena Sales, Lyra Sales, Haida Bolton, Brooke VanDinJan, Ashlee Sales and Sage VanDinJan.

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