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By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Potter Youth Proud As A Peacock


June 25, 2020

Jennifer Thomas / For The Observer

Dalton Deal paints a peacock feather, which will be hung from a tree in downtown Potter.

Organizers Peg Musil and Jennifer Thomas didn't let COVID-19 interfere with the group Youth Involved in Potter. According to organizers, indoors the kids have to wear masks but outside they can take the mask off.

Jennifer Thomas said, "The kids were troopers and never complained about wearing a mask."

Their theme is peacocks. The young citizens are painting feathers, and their group project is a large peacock, all in time for the Potter Car Bowl this weekend.

During the three-day camp, young kids help clean up the town, plant flowers, decorate the town and do a group project.

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