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Published: Sunday, 10/3/2010

Packing in fall fun at Pearson Park

CTY pearson04p   Brian (cq) Haslinger (cq), 6, of Moline, is reluctant to touch a crayfish held by Metroparks naturalist Heather Norris, left. They procured the crayfish from the Maumee River at Sidecut Metropark, and will be returning them tonight. The annual Black Swamp Festival at Pearson Metropark (cq) in Oregon, Ohio on October 3, 2010. The event is co-sponsored with Friends of Pearson. Jetta Fraser/The Blade CTY pearson04p Brian (cq) Haslinger (cq), 6, of Moline, is reluctant to touch a crayfish held by Metroparks naturalist Heather Norris, left. They procured the crayfish from the Maumee River at Sidecut Metropark, and will be returning them tonight. The annual Black Swamp Festival at Pearson Metropark (cq) in Oregon, Ohio on October 3, 2010. The event is co-sponsored with Friends of Pearson. Jetta Fraser/The Blade
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At the annual Black Swamp Festival in Pearson Metropark, Brian Haslinger, 6, of Lake Township's Moline, is reluctant to touch a crayfish held by metroparks naturalist Heather Norris.


CTY pearson04p  Maumee Bay Basket Weavers Guild member Kathy (cq) Clark, of Oregon, weaving a basket at Pearson Park. The weavers participate in the St. Mark's craft show which is held on the first Saturday in November. The annual Black Swamp Festival at Pearson Metropark (cq) in Oregon, Ohio on October 3, 2010. The event is co-sponsored with Friends of Pearson. Jetta Fraser/The Blade CTY pearson04p Maumee Bay Basket Weavers Guild member Kathy (cq) Clark, of Oregon, weaving a basket at Pearson Park. The weavers participate in the St. Mark's craft show which is held on the first Saturday in November. The annual Black Swamp Festival at Pearson Metropark (cq) in Oregon, Ohio on October 3, 2010. The event is co-sponsored with Friends of Pearson. Jetta Fraser/The Blade
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Kathy Clark of Oregon, a member of the Maumee Bay Basket Weavers Guild, works at Sunday's event, co-sponsored by Friends of Pearson.




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