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Bears, magic, snowman linked to summer program

3:14 PM, Jul. 3, 2013
Pam Resech, George Mead Wildlife Area, answers a boy's questions about bears in our area.
Pam Resech, George Mead Wildlife Area, answers a boy's questions about bears in our area.
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Since June 18, more than 100 adults and children have enjoyed Summer Learning programs for children and teens sponsored by The Lester Public Library of Arpin.

"How many of you have seen bears?" asked Pam Resech from the George Mead Wildlife Area. Several of those present raised their hands. Pam told the audience bears were being seen more often near homes and knowing what to do when this happens was important. Bears will not bother humans most of the time, she explained, but they are wild and can be dangerous. The children and adults were encouraged to touch and feel the stuffed bear cub, bear ...

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