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Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
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Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank

Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Alani Ramirez, 8, of Burbank, catches a big inflatable globe, about to tell if her right thumb landed on land or water, at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Ten-year-old children color in the details of the body outline of one of their friends at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Danika Rodriguez, 10, Sylmar laughs as Amber Chacoma, 10, of Glendale draws the outline of her hair at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Children with the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank listen to a representative from Nestlé as she entertains them at Robert E Lundigan Park on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club worked together to teach young children about conservation using entertaining activities that related to recycling and saving water. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Jacob Hernandez, 8, of Sun Valley, drops a bottle identified as a television, into the electronics waste bin at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Plastic bottles with labels to identify the type of trash they represent lie on the ground for young children to pick up and distribute into the correct container at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Children with the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank listen to a representative from Nestlé as she entertains them at Robert E Lundigan Park on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club worked together to teach young children about conservation using entertaining activities that related to recycling and saving water. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Danika Rodriguez, 10, Sylmar lies on a matt and has her outline drawn by friends Amber Chacoma, 10, of Glendale and Alana Lee, 10, Burbank at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Nestlé teaches conservation to Boys and Girls Club of Burbank
Kyle Pho, 6, of Burbank, reaches to pick up a ground-water dice to roll and earn a bead for a wrist band at Robert E Lundigan Park where Nestlé and the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank work together to teach young children about conservation on Thursday, August 10, 2017. Nationwide, 150 events were scheduled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
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