Cameron's Chronicles: Youths learn to tap their inner power

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Cameron's Chronicles: Youths learn to tap their inner power

​​​​​​​Strengthening — Spring Hill Boys and Girls Club members surround club Director Althea Chavers and Jannet and Ray Clark after a program at Starke Elementary School in DeLand. The students witnessed feats of strength, which included the smashing of bricks, the bending of horseshoes, and telephone books being ripped in half, all while being encouraged to pursue their dreams and stop at nothing.

Strengthening — Spring Hill Boys and Girls Club members surround club Director Althea Chavers and Jannet and Ray Clark after a program at Starke Elementary School in DeLand. The students witnessed feats of strength, which included the smashing of bricks, the bending of horseshoes, and telephone books being ripped in half, all while being encouraged to pursue their dreams and stop at nothing.

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That’s power — Ray Clark begins to bend a metal rod during a demonstration of feats of strength in front of a crowd of students, including members of the Boys and Girls Club. Clark bench-presses 450 pounds and can smash through concrete with his forearm.

That’s power — Ray Clark begins to bend a metal rod during a demonstration of feats of strength in front of a crowd of students, including members of the Boys and Girls Club. Clark bench-presses 450 pounds and can smash through concrete with his forearm.

That’s power — ​​​​​​​Jannet Clark, center, lifts Angel Resendez, left, and Kelvion Kelly during a program about the Third Day Power ministry presented to Starke Elementary School students after school April 28. Third Day Power is a Christian-based nonprofit ministry led by the Clarks.

That’s power — Jannet Clark, center, lifts Angel Resendez, left, and Kelvion Kelly during a program about the Third Day Power ministry presented to Starke Elementary School students after school April 28. Third Day Power is a Christian-based nonprofit ministry led by the Clarks.

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