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Learning the virtues of superheroes

Cooper Vernon, 5, is prepared to challenge villains with his heat-vision goggles.

Cooper Vernon, 5, is prepared to challenge villains with his heat-vision goggles.

Northborough – Girls and boys ages 4 to 7 attended Superhero Camp, offered June 24 through June 28 by Northborough Recreation at the Northborough Free Library. They participated in activities that promoted the six pillars of character: caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness. Costumes were provided during the sessions and campers received a T-shirt. Superhero Camp will return Monday, Aug. 12, through Friday, Aug.16, from 1 to 4 p.m. For registration information, visit northboroughrecreation.com.

 

(Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.)

Colby Spencer, 4, enjoys hearing a story read by the instructor.

Colby Spencer, 4, enjoys hearing a story read by the instructor.

Anehea Sun, 5, is set to test her super powers by playing a game.

Anehea Sun, 5, is set to test her super powers by playing a game.

Cameron Citro, 5, creates a refrigerator magnet with his super powers.

Cameron Citro, 5, creates a refrigerator magnet with his super powers.

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