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The first Headwaters Outdoor Education Center event of the season was a success as more than 60 people enjoyed hearing from Charlie Evers, Marion radio host and father of Buckeye Chuck, as well as a presentation from James Anderson, Marion County Parks naturalist (shown speaking). Other Groundhog Day events included a visit by the Big G, kid crafts, edibles, a groundhog tunnel for kids and a scat/track hike.

The first Headwaters Outdoor Education Center event of the season was a success as more than 60 people enjoyed hearing from Charlie Evers, Marion radio host and father of Buckeye Chuck, as well as a presentation from James Anderson, Marion County Parks naturalist (shown speaking). Other Groundhog Day events included a visit by the Big G, kid crafts, edibles, a groundhog tunnel for kids and a scat/track hike.


Courtesy Photo | HOEC

The first Headwaters Outdoor Education Center event of the season was a success as more than 60 people enjoyed hearing from Charlie Evers, Marion radio host and father of Buckeye Chuck, as well as a presentation from James Anderson, Marion County Parks naturalist (shown speaking). Other Groundhog Day events included a visit by the Big G, kid crafts, edibles, a groundhog tunnel for kids and a scat/track hike.

The first Headwaters Outdoor Education Center event of the season was a success as more than 60 people enjoyed hearing from Charlie Evers, Marion radio host and father of Buckeye Chuck, as well as a presentation from James Anderson, Marion County Parks naturalist (shown speaking). Other Groundhog Day events included a visit by the Big G, kid crafts, edibles, a groundhog tunnel for kids and a scat/track hike.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2020/02/web1_thumbnail_IMG_6129.jpgThe first Headwaters Outdoor Education Center event of the season was a success as more than 60 people enjoyed hearing from Charlie Evers, Marion radio host and father of Buckeye Chuck, as well as a presentation from James Anderson, Marion County Parks naturalist (shown speaking). Other Groundhog Day events included a visit by the Big G, kid crafts, edibles, a groundhog tunnel for kids and a scat/track hike. Courtesy Photo | HOEC