Destination Summer

2017

Goldsboro News Argus - Destination Summer

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Thursday, May 25, 2017 Destination Summer — 17 You Are My Sunshine . . . From the moment she was born I promised to love her, to protect her from all the monsters under her bed, and to support her and all her dreams. From the moment she was born I promised that I would always provide for her, no matter what. That's why I bought Life Insurance, because from the moment I held her I wanted to secure her future in case I couldn't be there for her. Because it's not about my life, it's about hers. Kornegay Insurance 7DBS0514L© 939 N. Breazeale Ave. Mt. Olive, NC 28365 (919) 658-6027 201 East Broadway St. Pink Hill, NC 28572 (252) 568-3911 Camp Kilowatt energy camp will return to college July 10-13 By PHYLLIS MOORE pmoore@newsargus.com Camp Kilowatt will return to Wayne Community College for its ninth year this summer. The popular energy camp, for middle and high school students, will explore STEM — science, technology, engineer- ing and math — areas including elec- tronics, robotics and rapid prototyp- ing/additive manufacturing, as well as alternative energy. Students going into fifth through eighth grade and rising ninth- through 12th-graders are invited to apply for this year's camp, which will be held July 10-13, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day. The camp is limited to 50 partici- pants and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration forms and information can be found at www.waynecc.edu/campkilowatt. Registration will be accepted through May 25. Cost to attend the camp is $125 and includes lunch each day. If finances are a concern, some schol- arships are available. Contact Camp Director Steven Reese at srreese@waynecc.edu or 919-739-6802. Camp Kilowatt is a product of the college's Applied Technologies Division and is financially supported by the Duke Energy Foundation. WCC also encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its pro- grams. Anyone needing accommoda- tions or with questions about access is invited to contact the camp director. •Super Sloppy Science is for those who enjoy experiments and environ- mental activities, both indoors and outside. •Art will be offered the first week only and focuses on three-dimension- al soft sculptures. The second week, the art focus will be a virtual African safari to the rain- forest, providing insight into tropical animals and foliage and bringing them to the canvas. For questions about the program, call WCDS at 919-736-1045. Continued from 16 Discovery Camp Photo submitted Children at last year's Camp Kilowatt learn about hybrid vehicles from a Duke Energy representative. Photo submitted Children program and test mini robots at last year's Camp Kilowatt.

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