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Middle school move-in

Middle school campers register for sessions inside Allen Memorial Hall at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp on Sunday. Middle school camp goes for two weeks, followed by high school camp, and then musical theater camp. More than 700 students attend the camp annually from across Alaska and the United States. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)

Middle school campers register for sessions inside Allen Memorial Hall at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp on Sunday. Middle school camp goes for two weeks, followed by high school camp, and then musical theater camp. More than 700 students attend the camp annually from across Alaska, the United States and some foreign countries. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)

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