|Sayre's 4th graders gaze at the woolly mammoth remains|
The 4th grade curriculum for PA and NY includes the studies of Native American history and cultures and for that reason has become the time when most local school students attend a free field trip to SRAC. The Sayre field trip this year was filled with new information and things to see and touch around every corner.
|Dick Cowles explains early trade in our region|
|Ted Keir explains the life of a woolly mammoth|
SRAC's cofounder, Deb Twigg commented, "This was the 8th year for the school's 4th grade field trip held by SRAC. This year, I have to say that the kids were even more excited than any of the other years before. I want to thank all of the teachers that help make this such a wonderful experience for the kids and our staff every year."
|Jack Andrus tells Native American children stories|
SRAC is located at 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY and is staffed 100% by volunteers and is funded by the revenues they make at the Center, memberships and donations from philanthropic organizations and individuals like you. If you want to support the Center and efforts like these in the community, please consider taking part in the 2012 SRAC Giving Campaign - the funds go directly back into the general expenses to keep the Center alive. For more information, visit www.SRACenter.org.