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Hundreds of teenagers spent the weekend trekking across the Island as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze expedition.

Around 200 students participated in the overnight expedition in hopes of receiving their bronze award.

The weekend began with a meeting of participants on Friday at the Bermuda High School “to prepare for non-competitive and community-building activities as they strive to reach one common goal: to complete their Duke of Edinburgh ‘Bronze' expedition and ultimately receive the Bronze Award,” a spokesman said.

Participant must volunteer, get involved in a physical activity and work on a skill for three months to earn the award.

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Photo by Mark Tatem Kenan Bailey reaches for a handhold on the climbing wall at the Jessie Vesey Gymnasium during team and personal challengebefore setting off on expedition for his Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award.
Photo by Mark Tatem Tina Nash inspects the weight of team 'Not the Kenans' bags before they set out on their expedition for their Duke of Edinburgh bronze award on Friday night in the Jessie Vesey Auditorium
Photo by Mark Tatem Senecia Smith from team 'Spuds' signs the code of conduct pledge before setting out on her expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award on Friday night at the Jessie Vesey Gymnasium

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Published March 08, 2011 at 8:54 am (Updated March 08, 2011 at 8:54 am)

Students strive for their Duke of Edinburgh Award

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