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When the cell phones came out, Wolf Creek Wanderers instructor Bill Hilton Jr. initially was caught off guard, at least until he realized the “new” technology was cameras. The use of technology in the field is just one of many areas to be covered for participants in the Wanderers program June 24-28 from 8 a.m. to noon each day. Students grade eight to adult are eligible to sign up for the free program supported by the Fayette County Education Fund and the United Way of Southern West Virginia.

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