Patrick County Homeschoolers recently hosted retired missionary Richard Dodson, who gave a presentation on his 40 years living in Liberia. Dodson brought in artifacts as well as crafts made by nationals. The students have been studying maps and geography in their last session and enjoyed meeting someone who had spent so much time in another land. The homeschool co-op meets regularly during the school year. For more information, call 634-8950. PIctured above are the students with Dodson; and (left) three students looking at artifacts brought in by Dodson.
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