Tim Cieplowski, left, of Beaufort and Brian Matthew Exum, right, of Beaufort set up fences around the center area of Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in preparation for the Beaufort Water Festival on Wednesday afternoon.
Tim Cieplowski, left, of Beaufort and Brian Matthew Exum, right, of Beaufort set up fences around the center area of Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in preparation for the Beaufort Water Festival on Wednesday afternoon. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette
Tim Cieplowski, left, of Beaufort and Brian Matthew Exum, right, of Beaufort set up fences around the center area of Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in preparation for the Beaufort Water Festival on Wednesday afternoon. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette

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