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4H day at Kilby

Maya, age 11, had a chance to ride a pony at Kilby Historic Site on Saturday, one of the extra attractions on site during 4H day at the Harrison Mills site. Maya is also an occasional volunteer at Kilby, when visiting her great aunt (at left).  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Maya, age 11, had a chance to ride a pony at Kilby Historic Site on Saturday, one of the extra attractions on site during 4H day at the Harrison Mills site. Maya is also an occasional volunteer at Kilby, when visiting her great aunt (at left).
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer
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