Gullah artist Vermelle "Bunny Smith" Rodrigues of Georgetown, shows students from Diane Bosco's first-grade class at St. Helena Elementary School how Gullah games were made Friday during the 28th annual Penn Heritage Days Celebration on St. Helena Island.
Gullah artist Vermelle "Bunny Smith" Rodrigues of Georgetown, shows students from Diane Bosco's first-grade class at St. Helena Elementary School how Gullah games were made Friday during the 28th annual Penn Heritage Days Celebration on St. Helena Island. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazett
Gullah artist Vermelle "Bunny Smith" Rodrigues of Georgetown, shows students from Diane Bosco's first-grade class at St. Helena Elementary School how Gullah games were made Friday during the 28th annual Penn Heritage Days Celebration on St. Helena Island. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazett

Heritage Days begin on St. Helena Island

November 12, 2010 08:30 PM

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