African adventure

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Findlay’s Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center on Saturday hosted “An African Adventure” program, which featured food sampling, a fashion show, storytelling, an African dance performance and craft activities for children. Moses Stolick, 7, (left) and Sir Kaliq, 8, both of Findlay, enjoy a game of chess using pieces crafted in the likeness of African animals. The program was put on by UF’s Findlay African Student Association. (Photo by Nick Moore)

Findlay’s Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center on Saturday hosted “An African Adventure” program, which featured food sampling, a fashion show, storytelling, an African dance performance and craft activities for children. Moses Stolick, 7, (left) and Sir Kaliq, 8, both of Findlay, enjoy a game of chess using pieces crafted in the likeness of African animals. The program was put on by UF’s Findlay African Student Association. (Photo by Nick Moore)

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