At right, Garrett Smith, 9, of Lady's Island practices his sword-fighting skills Monday night as Tux the Clown creates balloon butterflies, teddy bears, parrots and more during the New Year's Eve Rockin' Lock-In at the YMCA of Beaufort County in Port Royal. The 14-hour lock-in was packed full of activities including karaoke, swimming, sports tournaments, Wii and a midnight talent show.
At right, Garrett Smith, 9, of Lady's Island practices his sword-fighting skills Monday night as Tux the Clown creates balloon butterflies, teddy bears, parrots and more during the New Year's Eve Rockin' Lock-In at the YMCA of Beaufort County in Port Royal. The 14-hour lock-in was packed full of activities including karaoke, swimming, sports tournaments, Wii and a midnight talent show. Sarah Welliver/staff photo
At right, Garrett Smith, 9, of Lady's Island practices his sword-fighting skills Monday night as Tux the Clown creates balloon butterflies, teddy bears, parrots and more during the New Year's Eve Rockin' Lock-In at the YMCA of Beaufort County in Port Royal. The 14-hour lock-in was packed full of activities including karaoke, swimming, sports tournaments, Wii and a midnight talent show. Sarah Welliver/staff photo

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December 31, 2012 10:53 PM

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