Daniel Morgan program has book lovers in mind

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Posted: July 19, 2014

Daniel Morgan Middle School English teachers Martha Johnson (standing, left) and Beth Huddleston talk with summer book group members in the R. Lee Taylor Rose Garden at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley on Friday. The book group, made up of rising sixth- and seventh-graders, was studying patterns and how they apply to art, architecture and writing.
Alona Harris examines the shape and patterns on a large limestone rock in the Glen Burnie Gardens at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. She was part of the summer book group that toured the museum and gardens.
Curry Schiavone, Museum of the Shenandaoh Valley Youth and Families program coordinator, talks with the Daniel Morgan Middle School summer book group members as they tour the gardens at MSV. Members of the group are (seated from left): Ben Rayburn, Alona Harris, Grace Keeler, Brennon Putt, Lainie Putt, Madeline Ray and Danny Hernandez. The English teachers (standing) are Martha Johnson (left) and Beth Huddleston. The students were identifying patterns as they apply to art, architecture and writing.
Brennon Putt photographs one of the statues in the MSV gardens on Friday.

Garthia Elena Halbert

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