Teen team building

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  • Eighth-grader Ben Lohman and sixth grader Lilly Sansom participate in teen team building activities in St. Regis on Tuesday, August 6. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    John Pruitt, an eighth-grader, searches for an object while blind-folded. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Tenth-grader Carter Jasper instructs his blind-folded partner, sixth-grader Lilly Sansom, in a communication activity in St. Regis on Tuesday, August 6. The exercise was affiliated with the Mineral County Health Department, Western Montana Mental Health Center and Parenting Montana. Missoula Parks and Recreation brought the activities. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Teens participate in the Teen Team Building activity which is part of the Mineral County Substance Abuse Prevention program. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • Eighth-grader Ben Lohman and sixth grader Lilly Sansom participate in teen team building activities in St. Regis on Tuesday, August 6. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    John Pruitt, an eighth-grader, searches for an object while blind-folded. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Tenth-grader Carter Jasper instructs his blind-folded partner, sixth-grader Lilly Sansom, in a communication activity in St. Regis on Tuesday, August 6. The exercise was affiliated with the Mineral County Health Department, Western Montana Mental Health Center and Parenting Montana. Missoula Parks and Recreation brought the activities. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Teens participate in the Teen Team Building activity which is part of the Mineral County Substance Abuse Prevention program. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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