Juliana Stevens, left, Elise Anderson. middle, and Rowan Absher assemble kabobs using pineapples, strawberries, bananas and marshmallows on Feb. 20 as part of a weeklong day camp at Flour Power.
Juliana Stevens, left, Elise Anderson. middle, and Rowan Absher assemble kabobs using pineapples, strawberries, bananas and marshmallows on Feb. 20 as part of a weeklong day camp at Flour Power. vbridges@newsobserver.com
Juliana Stevens, left, Elise Anderson. middle, and Rowan Absher assemble kabobs using pineapples, strawberries, bananas and marshmallows on Feb. 20 as part of a weeklong day camp at Flour Power. vbridges@newsobserver.com

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