Community Education Corner: Moose Lake kicks off summer recreation program

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Professional fisherman Spencer Deutz offers a fishing clinic for youth
Professional fisherman Spencer Deutz offers a fishing clinic for youth every summer in Moose Lake.
Contributed / Vicki Radzak
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MOOSE LAKE — Summer is full of activities for youth in Moose Lake, and spots are still available in the summer recreation program.

We have everything you need to keep busy this summer — fishing clinic, clay class, acting and singing, swim lessons at Y.M.C.A Camp Miller, flying potato science camp, T-ball, art camp, gymnastics, soccer and instrument lessons.

We’ll also be hosting events at the Moose Lake Area Farmer’s Market on Saturdays. Check out Moose Lake School’s website for more information

"Community Education Corner," published weekly in the Pine Journal, features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County. Vicki Radzak is the Community Education Director for Moose Lake Community School.

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