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Found Images - June 12

| June 14, 2010 8:18 AM

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SHAWN GUST/Press Ricky Thomas shows good form just before releasing a broom handle during the javelin event at the Classical Christian Academy's Olympic Games in Post Falls.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Jade Miller, 6, takes a spin on a tire swing while on an outing Friday with her family to G.O. Phippeny Park in Coeur d'Alene.

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SHAWN GUST Three windsurfers move across the choppy waters of Lake Coeur d'Alene on Monday afternoon.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Bella Mitchell prepares her smile before singing the song "Miss Lucy" during the Borah Elementary talent show Tuesday.

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SHAWN GUST Bryan Riddle helps tug on a rope as his family group makes their way up a trail at the Nature's Conservancy's Cougar Bay Preserve Monday during a field trip where Borah Elementary fourth-graders participate in a reenactment of the Oregon Trail as part of their curriculum. Students spent much of the day making decisions that would affect the outcome of the trip as a way to learn about the trials of the period.

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SHAWN GUST Borah Elementary fourth-graders Nicole Sargent, left, and Bailey Grat prepare to get their wagon of supplies across the first of a handful of river crossings as part of the class's Oregon Trail field trip.

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SHAWN GUST Paula Conley, an educator at Canfield Middle School, hugs Vern Newby Monday during a retirement party at the Midtown Meeting Center in Coeur d'Alene. Newby, who, for more than 20 years, had made it a point to deliver an apple to each teacher in the district on the first day of school, was given an apple by Conley following the greeting.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Bette Ammon, director of Coeur d'Alene Public Library, shows off a copy of the book "Spike ... One Dragon's Tale" she received Friday from artist-in-residence and Sorensen mom Sharalee Howard that was written, illustrated and bound by students at Sorensen Magnet School for the Arts and Humanities. From the sales of the book, students were able donate $3,000 that will be used to provide safe, clean drinking water for about 400 people living in an Ethiopian village where the only available water is from an untreated river, about a six-hour walk away.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Al Williams, left, athletic director for North Idaho College, and NIC wrestler Keri Stanley talk with first-grade students at Winton Elementary after reading them a book Monday. Wrestlers distributed the 7,000th book through the Shirley Parker Reading Program, a community service project that brings NIC

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SHAWN GUST/Press Taegan Williams, a fifth-grader at Ponderosa Elementary School, recites information about his character, Thomas Jefferson, as first-grader Amira Davis listens during an event Tuesday at the Post Falls school. Dozens of student dressed like historical figures and presented their stories as if they were characters in a wax museum.

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SHAWN GUST/Press A flock of pigeons fly over a field on the Rathdrum prairie Thursday near Hayden. Pigeons will follow the most savvy navigator of the group while flying in formation.

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SHAWN GUST Kristine Strasburger, of Spirit Lake, practices the basic techniques of Eskrima, a Philippine form of martial arts, on Monday at Independence Point in Coeur d'Alene. Strasburger operates the Heartland School of Eskrima and Self-Defense and practices in the city a couple of times per week in the summer months.

A collection of imagery found while out and about in North Idaho during the past week.

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