Super Hero Camp 07-08-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Griffin Witt, 4, looks out the window from the second floor of the Hartford Recreation Center during the super hero camp on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. <br/><br/>9 Three boys peer out the window from the second floor of the Hartford Recreation Center during the super hero camp on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. Krista Bull laughs as Bodie Hoerth, 4, webs up a super villain with silly string that is tapped to the wall during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. <br/><br/> Masks made by children during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. Gavin Witt, 4, makes his way through a hula hoop during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. Jack Kleinfelter, 5, laughs as the toilet paper tickles him as other children attempt to tie him to a chair during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. Ted Kleunfelter, 4, is tied to a chair by toilet paper during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. Ted Kleunfelter, 4, breaks free after being tied to a chair by toilet paper during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string. Gavin Witt, 4, runs back to the starting line to escape the villain in a game of green light, red light during the super hero camp at the Hartford Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 8. The camp help tone the skills of toddlers to become super heros. The two day camp had activities that included making a mask, tying up villains with toilet paper to chairs, obstacle course and webbing up villains with silly string.
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