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School Age Camp – Spring Break 2018

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Vogel Alcove’s School-age program was created to provide a safe, nurturing and engaging place during select school holidays and during summer camp. Beginning in 2014, the camp has engaged students aged 5-12 in various educational and developmental activities and programs.

This year, 20 spring break campers engaged in an engineering project in which they built vessels to keep eggs safe from breaking. The true test was held when the eggs and their safety gear were dropped from our roof. Did they survive the fall? Some eggs survived the roof top drop, while others were scrambled.

Here are a few photos and videos from the event. Some of the contraptions were quite creative!

To see video from the egg drop, click on Video 1, then Video 2 for the big reveal if the eggs survived!

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