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Members of the Hudson High School group that took an eco-cultural trip to Alaska last summer include, back from left, Jack Cahoon, chaperone, Mary Lesher, Kelsey Robertson, Camden Droppo, Dan Cahoon, Patty Mueller, science teacher; front, Katie Thielmann, Mac Parsons, Molli Bichrt, Allisse Rouleau. Not pictured, chaperone John Mueller, students Andy Klanderman, Dane Rudy and Alex Wakefield. Photo by Jon Echternacht

Immersed in Alaska: Eight-day summer trip provides wealth of experiences

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Judging by the enthusiasm remaining among a group of Hudson High School students who took an eco-cultural trip to Alaska last summer, it was well worth their time, effort and expense.

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Eleven students and three adult chaperons, including HHS science teacher Patty Mueller, made an eight-day trip to the 49th state Aug. 7-14 and got totally immersed in the fauna, flora and culture of the area in and around Seward and Kenai.

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