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Participants in last year’s Georgia Children’s Outdoor Initiative listen during a presentation from a representative of the University of Georgia Jekyll Island 4-H Center. Clayton County Parks and Recreation is now accepting applications for this year’s outdoors program.

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County recreation department accepting ‘Children’s Outdoor’ applications

Twelve Clayton County children will have the opportunity to touch sea turtles and touch hammerhead sharks this summer. It remains to be seen, however, which 12 children will get that opportunity.


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