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Media Photo: YCC Students Perform Work on Park Picnic Tables

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Date: August 10, 2010
Contact: Cyndy Holda, 252-473-2111 x148

National Park Service (NPS) Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) crew members perform work on park picnic tables as they complete their 2010 season this week. Park management extends their many thanks to these enthusiastic young students who have accomplished many projects in the Outer Banks Group of national parks this summer

 
Members of the park's Youth Conservation Corps crew work on a picnic table.
Youth Conservation Corps crew members move a picnic table.  From left to right:  Zane Castellow, Josh Budde, Taylor Smith, Ian Miller, Zach Zoltoli, and Leader Hunt Thomas.
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YCC crew members work on picnic table.
Youth Conservation Corps crew members work on picnic tables.  From left to right:  Carly Creef and Halea Creef
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Did You Know?

The Hatteras Island Weather Station is one of only three remaining weather stations in the country.

The U.S. Weather Bureau Station on Hatteras Island was built in 1901 and was one of 11 stations built around the country. It is one of only three remaining stations nationwide, and the only one in the nation restored to its 1901 condition. The station was reopened in 2007 to house a visitor center.