The Whitehall Ledger - Serving Southern Jefferson County in the Great State of Montana

By Jack H. Smith
Ledger Publisher 

Students explore Lost Tomahawk

Seventh graders named access site late last year

 

Jack H. Smith

Seventh graders Karson Klapan and Miles Hoerauf watch a presentation about guns used during the Corps of Discovery Expedition.

Earlier this school year, seventh grade students in Whitehall helped to come up with a permanent name for a new fishing access and paddler's campsite on the Jefferson River near Waterloo.

The students picked the name "Lost Tomahawk" and last Friday were not only able to visit the location, were also able to learn more about Lewis and Clark at the Owl River Camp located on Mayflower Road.

Seventh grade teacher Lauren McDonald said the students had a project this school year where they made their own journals that were similar to those of Lewis and Clark.

She said this was a great experience...



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