Fly a Kite workshop

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    Ruby Carter of Pekin, 4, center, flew a kite for the first time while Rylan Morrison of Princeton, 10, right, ran down the beach trying get his kite up in the air at the Newton Stewart State Recreation Area in Wickliffe during the Fly A Kite Workshop on Saturday. Children built kites using patterns and materials provided by the Patoka Lake Visitor Center. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Crissy Casper of Birdseye, left, helped her niece Kendall King, 7, of St. Meinrad, wrap string for her kite around a popsicle stick during the Fly A Kite Workshop held in the Newton Stewart State Recreation Area in Wickliffe on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Families built kites using patterns and materials provided by the Patoka Lake Visitor Center during the Fly A Kite Workshop held in the Newton Stewart State Recreation Area in Wickliffe on Saturday. After building the kites, the children and their families went to the park's beach to fly the kites. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Bonnie Stone of French Lick helped her grandson Rylan Morrison of Princeton, 10, untangle string for his kite during the Fly A Kite Workshop held in the Newton Stewart State Recreation Area in Wickliffe on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Ruby Carter of Pekin, 4, flew a kite for the first time with her father James Carter during the Fly A Kite Workshop held in the Newton Stewart State Recreation Area in Wickliffe on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Ella Jones, 7, left, played in the sand with her cousin Drew Estabrook, 4, both of Jasper, while Steve Chambers of Holland, right, walked with the kite he and his granddaughter made together during the Fly A Kite Workshop held in the Newton Stewart State Recreation Area in Wickliffe on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald