Daisy Taylor, 6, center, and other youngsters enrolled in the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club summer program reach out to touch an alligator skull Tuesday held by Laura Keller, 8, who is assisting Brays Island Nature Center naturalist Bruce Lampright in his presentation on wildlife safety. His presentation was part of the 2011 Palmetto Electric Safety Days at the club, which also featured segments on electrical, water and bike safety and concluded with a drawing for two bicycles and a pizza lunch.
Daisy Taylor, 6, center, and other youngsters enrolled in the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club summer program reach out to touch an alligator skull Tuesday held by Laura Keller, 8, who is assisting Brays Island Nature Center naturalist Bruce Lampright in his presentation on wildlife safety. His presentation was part of the 2011 Palmetto Electric Safety Days at the club, which also featured segments on electrical, water and bike safety and concluded with a drawing for two bicycles and a pizza lunch. Jay Karr, The Island Packet
Daisy Taylor, 6, center, and other youngsters enrolled in the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club summer program reach out to touch an alligator skull Tuesday held by Laura Keller, 8, who is assisting Brays Island Nature Center naturalist Bruce Lampright in his presentation on wildlife safety. His presentation was part of the 2011 Palmetto Electric Safety Days at the club, which also featured segments on electrical, water and bike safety and concluded with a drawing for two bicycles and a pizza lunch. Jay Karr, The Island Packet

Bluffton kids learn about safety

July 19, 2011 7:51 PM