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Title: CSI Camp
When: 10/26/2013 - 10/27/2013
Location: Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center, 1267 $-H Camp RD, Appomattox, VA
Description: Come to CSI Camp and figure out "Who Dunnit?"

CSI Camp will be held on October 26-27 at Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center 1267 4-H Camp Rd. Appomattox, VA. Campers age 9-13 will have the opportunity to work with the law enforcement officers from Prince Edward, Cumberland, and Amherst Counties, as well as representatives from the State Police to solve a mystery. Classes offered include Tool Marking and Casting, Fingerprinting and Evidence Recovery, Photography and Documentation, Interviewing and Interrogation Skills. Price to attend is only $50 and includes meals, lodging and programming. Register online at or call 434-248-5444. Registration deadline is October 11.
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