Learning to survive


Harrison Ernst, 9, of Troy, puts hay on a shelter that he was helping to build during a youth outdoor skills program taught by instructor Caleb Thompson. Kids learned how to survive if lost in the wilderness by being prepared and using available resources. The program was sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Sidney and hosted by the Amos Memorial Library on Saturday, Aug. 13. Harrison is the son of Amanda and Doug Ernst.

Harrison Ernst, 9, of Troy, puts hay on a shelter that he was helping to build during a youth outdoor skills program taught by instructor Caleb Thompson. Kids learned how to survive if lost in the wilderness by being prepared and using available resources. The program was sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Sidney and hosted by the Amos Memorial Library on Saturday, Aug. 13. Harrison is the son of Amanda and Doug Ernst.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Harrison Ernst, 9, of Troy, puts hay on a shelter that he was helping to build during a youth outdoor skills program taught by instructor Caleb Thompson. Kids learned how to survive if lost in the wilderness by being prepared and using available resources. The program was sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Sidney and hosted by the Amos Memorial Library on Saturday, Aug. 13. Harrison is the son of Amanda and Doug Ernst.

Harrison Ernst, 9, of Troy, puts hay on a shelter that he was helping to build during a youth outdoor skills program taught by instructor Caleb Thompson. Kids learned how to survive if lost in the wilderness by being prepared and using available resources. The program was sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Sidney and hosted by the Amos Memorial Library on Saturday, Aug. 13. Harrison is the son of Amanda and Doug Ernst.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/08/web1_SDN081622SurviveTraining.jpgHarrison Ernst, 9, of Troy, puts hay on a shelter that he was helping to build during a youth outdoor skills program taught by instructor Caleb Thompson. Kids learned how to survive if lost in the wilderness by being prepared and using available resources. The program was sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Sidney and hosted by the Amos Memorial Library on Saturday, Aug. 13. Harrison is the son of Amanda and Doug Ernst. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News