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Thomas Hunter hosts Chesapeake Bay Day Friday

Sixth graders at Thomas Hunter Middle School will get a better understanding of the Chesapeake Bay, from its ecosystems to its culture and history, during Friday’s Chesapeake Bay Day.

During the all-day event, students will meet with members of Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 66, Mathews Maritime Foundation, Mathews County Department of Planning and Zoning, Tidewater Soil and Water Conservation District, Tidewater Oyster Gardeners Association, Yorktown Watermen’s Museum, Mathews County Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee, Middle Peninsula chapter of the Archeological Society of Virginia, and Virginia Cooperative Extension 4-H.
Individual stations will be set up in the school’s multi-purpose room, with students getting the chance to visit each one. The first Chesapeake Bay Day was held in 1994, when Janet Loyd was the county’s extension agent. After retiring from education, she returned to Mathews, became a member of the Mathews Maritime Foundation, and rei...

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