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July 05, 2012

  • Aired: 07/05/2012
  • 27:45
  • Rating: NR
A new camp operated by the Pima County Natural Resources department seeks to give children an understanding of these early inhabitants of our area. Also,Meghan Cassidy and Rob Zellem, Interim Co-Directors of Science Downtown discuss their effort to become a growing scene in downtown redevelopment efforts by bringing people of all ages to the area to learn more about the many facets of science.
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A camp operated by the Pima County Natural Resources Dept. teaches kids about archaeology.
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