The Hurst family -- Brian, left, father DeWitt and Allison -- did that during one of the Museum of York County's Wonderful Wednesday programs this summer, along with help from and MYCO volunteer Anna Good, right. They played Mancala, an ancient game that is popular in Africa. You can find out what's happening this fall at MYCO by reading today's column and checking online at chmuseums.org.
The Hurst family -- Brian, left, father DeWitt and Allison -- did that during one of the Museum of York County's Wonderful Wednesday programs this summer, along with help from and MYCO volunteer Anna Good, right. They played Mancala, an ancient game that is popular in Africa. You can find out what's happening this fall at MYCO by reading today's column and checking online at chmuseums.org.
The Hurst family -- Brian, left, father DeWitt and Allison -- did that during one of the Museum of York County's Wonderful Wednesday programs this summer, along with help from and MYCO volunteer Anna Good, right. They played Mancala, an ancient game that is popular in Africa. You can find out what's happening this fall at MYCO by reading today's column and checking online at chmuseums.org.

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