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Photo: ‘Catch a little bit of air’

Excitement spikes: Jack Berg, 9, roars with delight Friday as he approaches a berm jump at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex BMX track. Jack was participating in the Spokane Parks and Recreation Ultimate Sports Day Camp, where campers learned the basics of BMX and skateboarding. “I like to stand up and catch a little bit of air,” Jack said. The weeklong camp runs for another five sessions, and registration can be completed at www.spokaneparks.org/sports or by calling (509) 625-6200. (Dan Pelle)
Excitement spikes: Jack Berg, 9, roars with delight Friday as he approaches a berm jump at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex BMX track. Jack was participating in the Spokane Parks and Recreation Ultimate Sports Day Camp, where campers learned the basics of BMX and skateboarding. “I like to stand up and catch a little bit of air,” Jack said. The weeklong camp runs for another five sessions, and registration can be completed at www.spokaneparks.org/sports or by calling (509) 625-6200. (Dan Pelle)
Excitement spikes: Jack Berg, 9, roars with delight Friday as he approaches a berm jump at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex BMX track. Jack was participating in the Spokane Parks and Recreation Ultimate Sports Day Camp, where campers learned the basics of BMX and skateboarding. “I like to stand up and catch a little bit of air,” Jack said. The weeklong camp runs for another five sessions, and registration can be completed at www.spokaneparks.org/sports or by calling (509) 625-6200.
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