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    Friday, August 12, 2022

    Campers take to the water in New London

    Campers navigate around the water at Greens Harbor Beach on the first day of the NESS in New London Sailing program Tuesday, July 5, 2022. The nonprofit, New England Science & Sailing, offers learn-to-sail programs as well as programs with New London Recreation. Assistant Sailing Director Chris Baker said the 5-week program has 23 kids registered this week. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

    New London — Campers navigate around the water at Greenw Harbor Beach on the first day of the NESS in New London Sailing program Tuesday, July 5, 2022.

    The nonprofit, New England Science & Sailing, offers learn-to-sail programs at the location as well as programs with New London Recreation. Assistant Sailing Director Chris Baker said the 5-week program has 23 kids registered this week.

    Campers and instructors get boats ready from the dock at Greens Harbor Beach on the first day of the NESS in New London Sailing program Tuesday, July 5, 2022. The nonprofit, New England Science & Sailing, offers learn-to-sail programs as well as programs with New London Recreation. Assistant Sailing Director Chris Baker said the 5-week program has 23 kids registered this week. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
    Assistant Sailing Director Chris Baker leads a group of campers out to the dock at Greens Harbor Beach on the first day of the NESS in New London Sailing program Tuesday, July 5, 2022. The nonprofit, New England Science & Sailing, offers learn-to-sail programs as well as programs with New London Recreation. Baker said the 5- week program, which focuses on an introduction to sailing through water and dry dock activities, has 23 kids registered this week. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
    Campers navigate around a pole at Greens Harbor Beach on the first day of the NESS in New London Sailing program Tuesday, July 5, 2022. The nonprofit, New England Science & Sailing, offers learn-to-sail programs as well as programs with New London Recreation. Assistant Sailing Director Chris Baker said the 5-week program has 23 kids registered this week. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

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