CLARK, NJ - Zip-lining came to Clark this week as campers propelled across the skies 25 feet over the recreation center parking lot.   Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo said this was the first time zip-lining was featured as an activity at Summer Recreation Camp.   Bernardo said over 300 children had a chance to fly through the air while suspended in a harness over their peers and friends.

This week concluded the fourth in a six-week series of activity-filled camp days for Clark's children.   Also included in this week's line up of events were a giant water slide, pony rides, magic acts and the annual watermelon eating contest, a seasonal favorite of campers and counsleors alike according to Bernardo.


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