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Fourth-graders learn art of making maple syrup

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Spring is trying to arrive in the area, and if you look closely in the woods, it is! Have you seen metal buckets hanging from trees? If you listen carefully, you will hear the ping of maple sap filling them up.

Fourth-grade students in Mrs. Harman’s and Ms. Virnig’s classroom at Eagle View Elementary School were working guests of Ron and Joan Johnson of their Lake Ossawinnamakee sugar bush last Thursday, April 18.

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