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The lovely ladies of the Junior League aren't usually associated with skunks, snakes, guinea pigs and fool's gold, but Charlotte has proof that the 51-year old organization does more than have tea. It's the $68,000 Children's Nature Museum.
Cornelia Wern Henderson taught skills and old arts such as candle dipping, lye soap making, butter churning, open hearth cooking, and fashioning dolls from cornhusks to adolescents in a class called â€œLog Cabin Livingâ€ at the Charlotte Children's Nature Museum.