Savannah Leine, 8, grabs some more construction  paper next to a plate of hummus and vegetables while Sarah Krol, right,  helps her niece Graciella Young, 2, with her coloring Tuesday evening at  The Sandbox on Hilton Head Island. The interactive children's museum  has started offering healthy snacks as part of its Fall Family Wellness  Series.
Savannah Leine, 8, grabs some more construction paper next to a plate of hummus and vegetables while Sarah Krol, right, helps her niece Graciella Young, 2, with her coloring Tuesday evening at The Sandbox on Hilton Head Island. The interactive children's museum has started offering healthy snacks as part of its Fall Family Wellness Series. Sarah Welliver
Savannah Leine, 8, grabs some more construction paper next to a plate of hummus and vegetables while Sarah Krol, right, helps her niece Graciella Young, 2, with her coloring Tuesday evening at The Sandbox on Hilton Head Island. The interactive children's museum has started offering healthy snacks as part of its Fall Family Wellness Series. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Healthy snacks encouraged for children visiting Hilton Head museum

November 06, 2012 07:29 PM

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