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Grand Canyon News Week of April 13th 2015

72-year-old hiker Dawes Eddy bags Grand Canyon goal
Dawes Eddy, 72, continues to rewrite the physical limitations of growing older, most recently during a butt-kicking hike in Grand Canyon National Park.

Source:  The Spokesman Review
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Desert View and its faux-ruin tower offer dramatic Grand Canyon vistas
Because it’s 25 miles east of Grand Canyon Village, Desert View isn’t on the park’s shuttle bus routes, and many travelers don’t get there. But it’s a great stop for at least two reasons.

Source:  LA Times
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Scott Hatfield, Christian Evolutionist and World Explorer
Scott Hatfield has been chosen for an all-expenses-paid journey down the Grand Canyon floor, the latest in a lifelong string of adventures.

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Papillon celebrates 50 years of air tours at Grand Canyon
Papillon Group is celebrating 50 years of scenic flights in and around the Grand Canyon and will unveil its “Golden Helicopter” on April 16 at Papillon’s Boulder City Aerocenter in a five helicopter formation.

Source:  Grand Canyon News
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Science Teachers Awarded NCSE Rafting Scholarship
The NCSE has chosen two teachers who make exemplary efforts to teach climate change for an eight-day Grand Canyon rafting experience.
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