5th graders from Dougherty County moved from station to station learning about water and water conservation.
Tue, 18 Sep 2012 18:33:36 GMT — The 10th annual Water Fest Tuesday at the Flint RiverQuarium and was the first year of rain for the event as well.5th graders from Dougherty County moved from station to station learning about water and water conservation.Judy Bowles, director of Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful says water is definitely something we have to get serious about and it's a great thing to learn at a young age.The event will go on for three days with students from surrounding counties coming in Wednesday and Thursday.
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