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Fast forward to the future

Rileigh Bigs designs her “mini-mod-mansion” at Camp Invention at Trinity United Methodist Church at 1413 S. Union Avenue. Bigs, 8, said making a smart energy futuristic dream home was her favorite activity. Director Peggy Bohlin said this year’s theme is “Fast Forward” to teach kindergarten through sixth graders how to use innovative thinking through science, technology, engineering, and math. (Alison Penn Photo)

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Samuel Montgomery, 9, Caleb Franco, 9, and Jordan Garner, 10, work on houses for their robotic dogs after learning about their biology and mechanical workings in the earlier days of the camps. Director Peggy Bohlin said community donations allowed half of the 144 campers to experience Camp Invention and she was very grateful for the support and can see the camp continuing to have swift growth in the future. (Alison Penn Photo)

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