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Cody Teague, 7, holds a tarantula during the Critter Keeper presentation at the World of Energy.
Cody Teague, 7, holds a tarantula during the Critter Keeper presentation at the World of Energy.
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SENECA — Wednesday at the World of Energy on July 9 proved to be a huge success with nearly 200 children and adults in attendance for a program by the Critter Keeper. The local entertainer, educator uses bug-themed presentations to introduce and educate children about critters of all kinds from all over the world.


Wednesdays at the World of Energy is a free, weekly summer program for children 12 and under every Wednesday at 10 a.m. through the end of July at the education center, located at the Oconee Nuclear Station in Seneca.


Upcoming programs include a showing of Disney’s Wreck it Ralph complete with free popcorn, Interactive storytelling with storytelling guild member Rodger Ellington and sing along bird songs and crafts with Terry Allen.


For more information or a complete listing of activities at the World of Energy visit www.duke-energy.com\worldofenergy or call 800-777-1004.


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