The theme revolves around art and how each group uses it to showcase their projects.
Hyde Creek were rather proud of their monogrammed Beer Steins. Hey, that's art too!
Maple Creek made a display of edible art. It was very popular.
Scott hung a fine quilt on the wall.
There was action at the entrance.
Everyone was invited to try their hand at paper plane flying into the opening.
Each person had a distinctive technique.
Some people did't let a little red tape bother them.
The group was brought together for important notices.
There was a little history of the Stream of Dreams group.
Time for a thankyou piece of cake.
Mmm, that was good cake. Now it is time for formal photos. Everyone smile on cue.
Most of the Hyde Creek group got their photo with their formal fish ties on.
Zo Ann showed off art work she was high bidder on at the Silent Auction.
Everyone enjoyed a fine dinner in good company.
In the late evening we all had a Whine Session where we got things off our minds.
Jack White volunteered to try to get streamkeeper groups together to see if we can double the number of 'Salmon in the Classroom' teachers in the future. Will your group send a rep when called on?
It was a good Whine Session. Later, those who stayed on retired to the barn for some Nintendo action games.
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