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Artulla arts festival held at Wakulla Springs

Sue Scott (Sassy Sue) working on a painting of the Lodge which will be donated.

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LINDA ANN McDONALD

A three-day art event was held at Wakulla Springs Lodge wrapping visitors in the beauty and inspiration of the natural surroundings. Live painting, a craft show and auction was enjoyed with proceeds benefitting the Friends of Wakulla Springs State Park.

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4-H Speech contest held in Wakulla

Wakulla’s Jace Perez won second place in 6th grade category. He spoke on ‘The Time Machine’.

By LINDA ANN McDONALD
Correspondent

4-H District III Public Speaking Contest was held May 4th at the Wakulla County Extension Office in Crawfordville. Participants in the contest are winners from their respective school located in Leon, Jefferson, Gadsden, Franklin Wakulla, Liberty, and Gulf counties.

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Sol Eclectica art is open

Artist Rachell Mathis sells her work at festivals, Small Business Saturday

‘Wakulla Woman’ painting, above, of a woman paddling on the Wakulla River.

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LINDA ANN McDONALD
Correspondent

Sol Eclectica is a new local Wakulla County inspired art business owned by Rachell Mathis of Sopchoppy.

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PAWS DOG WASH

PAWS held its Pamper Your Pooch dog wash on Saturday morning, and among the canine friends getting cleaned up that day was “Meika,” a Lab-Doberman mix owned by Neil Payton. Pictured with Meika are PAWS volunteers Teresa Corbett, Allie Bruce and Cassandra Manuel. The event is a fundraiser for PAWS for its projects including the spay-neutering of feral cat populations within Wakulla County. (Photo by Linda Ann McDonald)

Ryan Ladwig’s Eagle Scout project at Shell Point

Parents Glenn and Crystal Ladwig with their son Ryan at his Eagle Scout project at Shell Point Beach.

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LINDA ANN McDONALD
Correspondent

Ryan Ladwig is a Troop 5 Boy Scout who identified a need in his Wakulla County community and by demonstrating leadership skills and upholding the Boy Scout Promise of Duty to Other People, Ryan worked with his team to build pathways that lead to the two pavilions and connect to the sidewalk and parking lot of Shell Point Beach.

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