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5th Annual Nature Day in Clay County

Over 500 people came out to take part in a number of outdoor activities, from bird house building to campfire cooking and archery. Officials say it's a fun way to bring everyone in the community together.
   Residents could also get out and enjoy these cooler temps Sunday afternoon.

It was the 5th annual nature day at the Clay County Fairgrounds.
   
Over 500 people came out to take part in a number of outdoor activities, from bird house building to campfire cooking and archery.
   
Officials say it's a fun way to bring everyone in the community together.

"There's something for adults and children both, so there's something for everyone," said Sue Urban, 4-H Program Assistant. "It just brings families together, and it bring the new people in the community. I think it's just the positive event that is nice for the community to have."
   
A bald eagle was also on hand, along with snakes, butterflies and bats.
   
You could also take part in a free yoga class.

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