1998: Gold Hill Middle School student Nevin McCoy picked a bountiful crop of cotton at Anne Springs Close Greenway. Nevin's class, led by teacher Lynn Sain, planted the cotton in the spring and later watched a spinner show them how the cotton was spun into thread.
1998: Gold Hill Middle School student Nevin McCoy picked a bountiful crop of cotton at Anne Springs Close Greenway. Nevin's class, led by teacher Lynn Sain, planted the cotton in the spring and later watched a spinner show them how the cotton was spun into thread.
1998: Gold Hill Middle School student Nevin McCoy picked a bountiful crop of cotton at Anne Springs Close Greenway. Nevin's class, led by teacher Lynn Sain, planted the cotton in the spring and later watched a spinner show them how the cotton was spun into thread.

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