2015-06-19 / Community

Junior Rangers



Six students at Kennebunk Elementary School were sworn in as Junior Rangers at a special assembly June 5, as part of a new program developed by school social worker Beverly Dow in conjunction with the National Parks Forest Service Ranger Program. “I’ve been fortunate enough to visit 10 national parks in two countries and wanted to share my excitement,” Dow said. “Hopefully this will lead to our students developing an increased interest, desire and respect for our beautiful country, as well as of our national parks and forests.” Pictured following the induction ceremony are, from left, KES students Troy Marshall and Aiden Horgan, Ranger Claudette Desautels and students Sam Pietrowicz, Kai Sedgewick, Kayden Belisle and Mckenna Patterson. (Courtesy photo) Six students at Kennebunk Elementary School were sworn in as Junior Rangers at a special assembly June 5, as part of a new program developed by school social worker Beverly Dow in conjunction with the National Parks Forest Service Ranger Program. “I’ve been fortunate enough to visit 10 national parks in two countries and wanted to share my excitement,” Dow said. “Hopefully this will lead to our students developing an increased interest, desire and respect for our beautiful country, as well as of our national parks and forests.” Pictured following the induction ceremony are, from left, KES students Troy Marshall and Aiden Horgan, Ranger Claudette Desautels and students Sam Pietrowicz, Kai Sedgewick, Kayden Belisle and Mckenna Patterson. (Courtesy photo)

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