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Headdresses top kids' lesson on Native Americans

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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Lamar Bass has fun making his headdress.
(Photo by Vickie Lilly)
The Shelby Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Argie Cooper Public Library, held a joint program for children on Wednesday, April 11 at the library. Gay Mixon, Native American Chairman of the local DAR, and Jessica Osborne, children's librarian at the Argie Cooper Library, worked together to present this entertaining program.

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Gay Mixon and Jessica Osborne presented a program about Native Americans for the children.
(Photo by Vickie Lilly)
Osborne read from several books and had a slide show presentation. Mixon and other ladies, including attendees' moms, helped the children make a headdress to take home with them. The children listened to stories of the past and worked skillfully on their headdresses that they proudly wore at the end of the program.



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