Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 19, 2000, Image 50

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Progress Seekers
Lancaster Farming Staff
Things for kids to see and do
at Ag Progress included the sci
ence of agriculture coming to
life. Out of the ordinary exhibits
included a Bugmobile, a roving,
talkig car painted like a bug to
teach kids about insects and
pests. For petting and admiring
were native American species
and farm animals. Take a look
at these kids and some of the
things they got to do at Ag Prog
ress held Tuesday through
“Check this guy out. He’s yucky,“ says 4-year-old
Aaron Gaylin about the bug he’s examining with a micro
Smooching with a minia
ture horse is Inga Geten,
14, of Cogan Station.
While her husband
Aaron checks out “all the
seed people,” Virgina Zim
merman and children,
Heather, 5, Conrad, 2, and
Monica, 3, explore the
grounds of Ag Progress.
Nathanial Peters, 9,
favorite activity is “riding
this Ford tractor” while his
dad works at a booth.
Choosing healhy snack
foods can be fun when it’s
a game.