|Pow wow exposes children to Native American cultures of old|
|The Press - Schools|
|Written by Joel Addington|
|Friday, 23 November 2012 13:49|
The Baker County High School History Club delivered lessons in Native American culture to classes at the PreK-Kindergarten Center the morning of November 20 by putting on a pow wow that featured teepees, music, dancing and traditional Indian garb.
Students learned how Indians lived in teepees and kept warm using animal furs, among other customs.
The annual program has been brought to local elementary schools in previous years, too, said club advisor Mark Hartley.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 25 November 2012 21:25|