Junior Ranger Day Celebrated in Macon

12:53 PM, Apr 28, 2013   |    comments
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As National Park Week ended, the Ocmulgee National Monument helped celebrate by teaching kids about Native American culture.

National Park Week closed out on Saturday with Junior Ranger Day.

Junior rangers learned how to make Native American pottery out of molding clay and setting them out dry.

Andres Espinoza, a child participating in the activities, said he liked making pottery because it was something Native Americans did.

Angel Bates, a park ranger at the Ocmulgee National Monument said she's talked to many adult who have kept their pot made 30 years ago.

The Ocmulgee National Monument will continue to offer pottery courses over the next three months every Saturday and Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

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