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Photo feature: Whose hat is this?

Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Layson Ferguson, left, and his brother Benjamin Ferguson, 8, decorate their hats at Natchez Art Association Saturday morning. Six children used glitter, pom balls, feathers and markers to change brown paper bags into hats. After decorating their hats the group of children walked to Turning Pages Books and More to listen to Donna Harrison read “Whose Hat is This?”.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Layson Ferguson, left, and his brother Benjamin Ferguson, 8, decorate their hats at Natchez Art Association Saturday morning. Six children used glitter, pom balls, feathers and markers to change brown paper bags into hats. After decorating their hats the group of children walked to Turning Pages Books and More to listen to Donna Harrison read “Whose Hat is This?”
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Afana Chenyavanit decorates her hat at Natchez Art Association Saturday morning. Afana and five other children used glitter, pom balls, feathers and markers to change brown paper bags into hats. After decorating their hats the group of children walked to Turning Pages Books and More to listen to Donna Harrison read “Whose Hat is This?”.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat
— Six-year-old Afana Chenyavanit decorates her hat at Natchez Art Association Saturday morning. Afana and five other children used glitter, pom balls, feathers and markers to change brown paper bags into hats. After decorating their hats the group of children walked to Turning Pages Books and More to listen to Donna Harrison read “Whose Hat is This?”
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat Donna Harrison reads “Whose Hat is This?” at Turning Pages Books and More to the group of six children who walked from Natchez Art Association after decorating hats Saturday morning.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat
Donna Harrison reads “Whose Hat is This?” at Turning Pages Books and More to the group of six children who walked from Natchez Art Association after decorating hats Saturday morning.