Friday, January 31, 2014
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens will open its gates to organized youth groups on March 1 during a Youth Appreciation Day.
Free admission to Magnolia and two special programs on American heritage and nature are being offered to youth groups affiliated with non-profit groups.
Chris Smith, Magnolia’s Nature Center director, will lead an American heritage class 10 a.m. and a nature program at 1 p.m.
Both programs are open to organizations such as the Boy, Girls and Venturing scouts, service and church groups and boys and girl clubs.
Youth younger than 18 must be dressed in the organization’s uniform or dressed as a group to receive this offer. One chaperone with each organized youth group will be admitted free of charge. Parents of children who are members of organized groups will be charged general garden admission.
To pre-register, contact Victoria Luke, Magnolia’s youth program coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 843-571-1266, extension 220.
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