Spring Festival and Plant Sale- Grace Huseth

Plaid Dot Music Academy band members Sophie Diraldo, 13 of Statesboro, Ga, Daci Flakes, 12 of Brooklet, Ga, and Emma Cardenas, 12, of Brooklet, Ga rehearse before performing at the Spring Festival and Plant Sale Saturday, March 30, 2013. They plan to play “Clocks” by Cold Play, "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison, and "Pork and Beans” by Weezer.

Plaid Dot Music Academy band members Sophie Diraldo, 13 of Statesboro, Ga, Daci Flakes, 12 of Brooklet, Ga, and Emma Cardenas, 12, of Brooklet, Ga rehearse before performing at the Spring Festival and Plant Sale Saturday, March 30, 2013. They plan to play “Clocks” by Cold Play, “Brown Eyed Girl” by Van Morrison, and “Pork and Beans” by Weezer.

Georgia Southern University students Tylar Boskey, sophomore psychology major, 19, of Palmetto, Ga, and Jessica Forster, sophomore early childhood education major, 19, of Atlanta, Ga, laugh over their boat at the 'Wind in my Sails' interactive display. Boskey and Forster volunteered with their environmental biology class to educate children at the Spring Festival and Plant Sale on Saturday, March 30, 2013 about the role wind plays while sailing.

Georgia Southern University students Tylar Boskey, sophomore psychology major, 19, of Palmetto, Ga, and Jessica Forster, sophomore early childhood education major, 19, of Atlanta, Ga, laugh over their boat at the ‘Wind in my Sails’ interactive display. Boskey and Forster volunteered with their environmental biology class to educate children at the Spring Festival and Plant Sale on Saturday, March 30, 2013 about the role wind plays while sailing.

Karen Lavendar, 74, of Statesboro, Ga, shops for a variety of plants at the Spring Festival and Plant Sale at the Georgia Southern Garden of the Costal Plain on Saturday, March 30, 2013. Lavendar selected a cast iron plant to that will thrive in the shade of her yard and a vine plant to climb along her fence.

Karen Lavendar, 74, of Statesboro, Ga, shops for a variety of plants at the Spring Festival and Plant Sale at the Georgia Southern Garden of the Costal Plain on Saturday, March 30, 2013. Lavendar selected a cast iron plant to that will thrive in the shade of her yard and a vine plant to climb along her fence.

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