Once again, the US Fish and Wildlife Service van pulled-up to the doors of Cedar Key School to fulfill the wish list of science teacher Raymond Powers. Box after box was unloaded from the Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge van and piled onto a cart by Powers and his students.
All this study and research equipment, along with an earlier delivery in November, is the result of a grant written and submitted by Refuge Ranger Pam Darty, a former Florida teacher.
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