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Photos: Day Camp at O’Hara community center

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Jan Pakler |For the Tribune-Review
Campers enjoy craft time at day camp at Lauri Ann West Community Center in O’Hara.
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Jan Pakler |For the Tribune-Review
Flowers in full bloom surround the fields where the day campers have sporting games at the Lauri Ann West Community Center in O’Hara.
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Jan Pakler |For the Tribune-Review
Warren Fennell, 8, tries to beat other campers in the game “capture the flag” while attending day camp at the Lauri Ann West Community Center in O’Hara.
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Harper LaRusch, 7, warms up for playing sports outside during the week-long camp held at the Lauri Ann West Community Center.
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Jan Pakler |For the Tribune-Review
Freya Macris plays T-ball during the week-long camp at the Lauri Ann West Community Center in O’Hara.

Weekly day camps at Lauri Ann West Community Center draw about 20 children a week for themes including a maker studio, crafts, outdoor fun and specialty camps with fashion, ceramics and drones.

Camps run through Aug. 12 at the center, 1220 Powers Run Road, O’Hara.

They are aimed at ages 3 to 12.

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