Yesterday the kindergarteners from USD 347 visited the exhibits. They saw many images of Black Sunday and listened to three stories of people remembering April 14, 1935. Children caught in a storm were taught to hold hands, follow a fence, make protection out of tumbleweeds, and wait for help. One story tells of how a dog safely leads some teenage boys home when they could not see. The children thought it would have been very scary being caught in Dust Storm. They had an opportunity to look at the pictures in the exhibit and find ones that made them feel scared of sad. They decided they would not have liked living during the Dust Bowl days and hoped it never happens again.