D.A.R.E. Camp held


Hardin-Houston Local School DARE. graduates watch as “Crazy” Craig Muhlenkamp, of Minster, juggles fire and jumps on a pogo stick at the 9th annual Shelby County Sheriff’s Office summer DARE Camp on Tuesday, June 8. This year 197 DARE graduates signed up, making this the largest group of campers yet. Students from Anna, Botkins, Jackson Center, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Russia, Christian Academy and Holy Angels Elementary are taking part in the camp. All involved students just finished the fifth grade. The campers learn about drug and alcohol prevention, water and watercraft safety, bicycle safety, good citizenship, good decision-making skills, and responsibilities. The camp was made possible by donations from several businesses throughout Shelby County.

Hardin-Houston Local School DARE. graduates watch as “Crazy” Craig Muhlenkamp, of Minster, juggles fire and jumps on a pogo stick at the 9th annual Shelby County Sheriff’s Office summer DARE Camp on Tuesday, June 8. This year 197 DARE graduates signed up, making this the largest group of campers yet. Students from Anna, Botkins, Jackson Center, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Russia, Christian Academy and Holy Angels Elementary are taking part in the camp. All involved students just finished the fifth grade. The campers learn about drug and alcohol prevention, water and watercraft safety, bicycle safety, good citizenship, good decision-making skills, and responsibilities. The camp was made possible by donations from several businesses throughout Shelby County.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hardin-Houston Local School DARE. graduates watch as “Crazy” Craig Muhlenkamp, of Minster, juggles fire and jumps on a pogo stick at the 9th annual Shelby County Sheriff’s Office summer DARE Camp on Tuesday, June 8. This year 197 DARE graduates signed up, making this the largest group of campers yet. Students from Anna, Botkins, Jackson Center, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Russia, Christian Academy and Holy Angels Elementary are taking part in the camp. All involved students just finished the fifth grade. The campers learn about drug and alcohol prevention, water and watercraft safety, bicycle safety, good citizenship, good decision-making skills, and responsibilities. The camp was made possible by donations from several businesses throughout Shelby County.

Hardin-Houston Local School DARE. graduates watch as “Crazy” Craig Muhlenkamp, of Minster, juggles fire and jumps on a pogo stick at the 9th annual Shelby County Sheriff’s Office summer DARE Camp on Tuesday, June 8. This year 197 DARE graduates signed up, making this the largest group of campers yet. Students from Anna, Botkins, Jackson Center, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Russia, Christian Academy and Holy Angels Elementary are taking part in the camp. All involved students just finished the fifth grade. The campers learn about drug and alcohol prevention, water and watercraft safety, bicycle safety, good citizenship, good decision-making skills, and responsibilities. The camp was made possible by donations from several businesses throughout Shelby County.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/06/web1_SDN061021DareCamp-1.jpgHardin-Houston Local School DARE. graduates watch as “Crazy” Craig Muhlenkamp, of Minster, juggles fire and jumps on a pogo stick at the 9th annual Shelby County Sheriff’s Office summer DARE Camp on Tuesday, June 8. This year 197 DARE graduates signed up, making this the largest group of campers yet. Students from Anna, Botkins, Jackson Center, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Russia, Christian Academy and Holy Angels Elementary are taking part in the camp. All involved students just finished the fifth grade. The campers learn about drug and alcohol prevention, water and watercraft safety, bicycle safety, good citizenship, good decision-making skills, and responsibilities. The camp was made possible by donations from several businesses throughout Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News