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Coloring Contest Winner


Our Summer Camp illustrations just begged for color, so we challenged readers to a coloring contest. We drew at random from the energetic drawings we received to select this delightful rendering by 6-year-old Leilani. “We do color together often,” said her grandmother, Gail “YaYa” Gorton, who also sent one of her own, “but more so, we both love the outdoors.” Their favorite documentary is Raccoon Nation, which might explain the look in that raccoon’s eyes…

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