Kids were able to look at a memorial, head to the touch tank filled with green crabs, and two lobsters, fish, swim, build sand castles, and play sports!
No matter what you chose to partake in, fun was a guarantee. For most of the day, I was by the bay fishing with Tom and Anicia.
Tom, Anicia, and I started off each session separating the kids into two groups- one group of experienced and another group of inexperienced fishers. The inexperienced fishers watched Tom's detailed demonstration, and the rest started fishing. I soon found that I was constantly replacing handles, fixing lines, and untangling lines from the kids whom claimed to have already fished before. The biggest lesson I learned, while fishing with the various groups, was that the kids you should really keep a close eye on were the kids that claimed they were already familiar with fishing.
All in all, I had a fabulous time with everyone, and I am thrilled that everyone enjoyed themselves.
The most important thing was that we were able to put and keep smiles on people's faces.
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