Alison May of Bluffton, right, teaches a painting technique to Cameron Bryan, 11, left, on Thursday afternoon at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club while they paint pots to be the centerpieces for the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club gala.  The club's 2013 fundraising gala, "Evening Under the Oaks: Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow," will take place on March 9 and will be hosted by Belfair.
Alison May of Bluffton, right, teaches a painting technique to Cameron Bryan, 11, left, on Thursday afternoon at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club while they paint pots to be the centerpieces for the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club gala. The club's 2013 fundraising gala, "Evening Under the Oaks: Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow," will take place on March 9 and will be hosted by Belfair. Delayna Earley, The Island Packet
Alison May of Bluffton, right, teaches a painting technique to Cameron Bryan, 11, left, on Thursday afternoon at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club while they paint pots to be the centerpieces for the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club gala. The club's 2013 fundraising gala, "Evening Under the Oaks: Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow," will take place on March 9 and will be hosted by Belfair. Delayna Earley, The Island Packet

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