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Karen Palmer from Toscana Studio and Gallery helps 6-year-old Romel Astacio paint his tile.
Romel Astacio, 6, stops to smiles as he paints onto a tile of white clay at the Archaeology History Camp for Kids at Steam Pump Ranch.
Ginelle Astacio, 11, takes her time as she begins to draw an animal onto her tile.
Children at the Archaeology History Camp for Kids spent this week learning how to make clay tiles and paint on them.
Joyce Rychener shows the corn that she has planted at the Steam Pump Ranch.
The children planted the first Padre Kino Fig Tree at the Steam Pump Ranch.
Planted by Joyce Rychener, the garden is the beginning to many more projects that will take place at Steam Pump Ranch.
Joyce Rychener, the education coordinator for the Oro Valley Historical Society, opens a sunflower to explain the process of how they grow.