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Guinea Heritage Association introduces children to ‘Wonders of the Water’

On Saturday morning, campers ages 5-10 years old gathered at the Buck’s Store Museum at Bena to learn about the waterman’s heritage of the Guinea area in the program “Wonders of the Water,” held by the Guinea Heritage Association.

In small groups, the campers moved through each of the learning stations. They learned how to identify different types of boats, how to clean a fish, how to tong for oysters, how crab pots are made and work, how to pick a crab, boat safety, and how to tie a knot.

Along the way, they participated in craft projects (e.g., fish prints) and had their passports stamped. Each child took home a bag with their projects and surprises, along with their memories.

Volunteers who made this event possible included Melissa Ashe, Debbie Bone, Howard Brown, Jude Eastman, Ed Ewell, Rebecca Green, Shirley Hogge, Nancy Kellum, Sarah Koehler, Steve Ormsby, Donna Phillips, Lou Sammons, Ashlynn Setterholm, Gracie Setterholm, Virginia Setterholm, Glenda and Tommy Shackelfo...

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