Producing produce: Walton campers sell fruit of their labors

From left, Ag/Tech Camp attendees, from left, Isabelle Eckert, Oliver Smith, Brody Morton and David Tieszen hold signs and pump their fists in order to attract customers on U.S. Highway 50 in Walton. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now WALTON—Some students on Friday morning played with spinners, while others held signs aimed toward potential customers on U.S. Highway 50, pumping their fists in the air as the universal sign of asking truckers to blast their horns, and still others helped sell items they had made. This was part of the week-long Ag/Tech Camp at Walton Rural Life School that


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