Madison Hayes, 13, left, and Madison Etchells, 12, help paint a mural Wednesday at Hilton Head Island Middle School as part of the seventh grade's participation in the River of Words project. River of Words is a nonprofit organization that promotes literacy and community awareness while teaching students about nature.
Madison Hayes, 13, left, and Madison Etchells, 12, help paint a mural Wednesday at Hilton Head Island Middle School as part of the seventh grade's participation in the River of Words project. River of Words is a nonprofit organization that promotes literacy and community awareness while teaching students about nature. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette
Madison Hayes, 13, left, and Madison Etchells, 12, help paint a mural Wednesday at Hilton Head Island Middle School as part of the seventh grade's participation in the River of Words project. River of Words is a nonprofit organization that promotes literacy and community awareness while teaching students about nature. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette

PHOTO: Hilton Head Island middle schoolers paint for River of Words project

November 28, 2012 10:15 PM

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