The 6th Grade Class Clean the Hayden Wildlife Nature Trail
Dianne Vap's sixth grade class shoveled, carried, and raked out wood chips on Phase I of the Hayden Wildlife Nature Trail. After their hard work the class played a learning game about migration and were treated to a popsicle. The Rawlins County Conservation District provided water for the thirsty students. The project was sponsored by the OWLS Committee and was supervised by Diane Montgomery-Cox, Amber Barnes, Brenda Henry, Dianne Vap and Mandy Leitner.