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The Enchanted Forest, sponsored for the second year by Goshen College Center for Environmental Learning at Merry Lea took place in Witmer Woods on October 22. Various volunteers acted the part of local nocturnal animals and shared information about the lives and habits of the animals. Other volunteers acted as guides through the forest. The "animals" were served hot chocolate and apples during their presentations to keep them warm. After visiting the forest attendees could enjoy hot chocolate and pretzels while listening to live music in the college cabin. Co-chairwomen for the event were Lisa Guedea Carreño and Nora Chavez.

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Music with a Latin theme was enjoyed by those who had visited the Enchanted Forest. Musicians were Sonny Carreño, David Guevara, Madalena Ulloa and Nayo Ulloa

 

 

 

 

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Juni Schirch, dressed in the butterfly suit is ready to explain the life of the monarch butterfly who is part of the local habitat.

 

 

 

 

 

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Can you see the babies hanging on the back of the mother opossum? She is portrayed by Mayra Salamanca from Goshen College.

 

 

 

 

 

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Betsy Yob and Lisa Guedea Carreño serve hot chocolate to warm up visitors after their tour of the Enchanted Forest.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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