A fire that destroyed a home and workshop earlier this year has not deterred Karl Milner from doing what he loves — teaching kids how to safely shoot off mortars and cannons.

“Kids are curious, and if you don’t guide them and give them some direction on how to be safe, then they’re going to experiment on their own and maybe not be so safe,” he said. “It’s pretty important that adults who have the experience step up and start sharing that experience.”

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