H.E. McCracken Middle School students paddle out to check out a dolphin swimming in the May River on Tuesday during a Kids in Kayaks outing sponsored by Friends of the Rivers. A total of 120  eighth-graders will explore the river and learn about the estuarine environment in the three-day program.
H.E. McCracken Middle School students paddle out to check out a dolphin swimming in the May River on Tuesday during a Kids in Kayaks outing sponsored by Friends of the Rivers. A total of 120 eighth-graders will explore the river and learn about the estuarine environment in the three-day program. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
H.E. McCracken Middle School students paddle out to check out a dolphin swimming in the May River on Tuesday during a Kids in Kayaks outing sponsored by Friends of the Rivers. A total of 120 eighth-graders will explore the river and learn about the estuarine environment in the three-day program. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

Students take to the water to learn about river

June 02, 2009 06:22 PM

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