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Friday, 20 April 2012 09:58
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BG mayor Dick Edwards cuts a ribbon at the entrance of the new Montessori nature trail with the help of students from the school. The school opened the nature trail and hosted several Earth Day events. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS

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Six-year-olds Dillon O'Connell (from left), Tanner Balusik and Patrick Ryan chat while walking the new Montessori trail during Earth Day celebrations at Monessori School.
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Five-year-olds Sam Challu (left) and Amelia Sigurdson (right) walk the new nature trail Thursday collecting garlic mustards to be discarded during Earth Day celebrations at Montessori School.
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Naturalist Mike Przysiecki shows deer tracks on the ground next to the new Montessori nature trail as kids gather for a look during Earth Day celebrations at Monessori School.
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Janet Ergo Zimmerman of the Children's Place at the Wood County District Public Library, reads the story 'Are You a Bee' to kids during Earth Day celebrations at Montessori School.
Last Updated on Friday, 20 April 2012 10:09
 

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