Selling mints for summer camp

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Rylee Masonholder, 6, sells Campfire mints around Arlington Feb. 16 during the last few days of the Campfire candy sale. She sold 400 boxes of candy to help pay her way to camp at Camp Kiloqua next summer. Masonholder said she is looking forward to going to camp for the first time. I went last summer, but just to drop off my sister. She is a student at Stanwoods Twin City Elementary School and her mother brought her to Arlington to sell candy at the local grocery stores. Camp Kiloqua is currently accepting registration for summer resident and day camp programs that include activities such as horse riding, archery, dance, bike trips and teen leadership. Registrations before April 15 receive a discount from the $160 per day fee and $360 per week for resident programs. Camp Kiloqua is located across the street from Wenberg State Park near Lake Goodwin.

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