Cherokee National Council Art Camp

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​We had a fun filled week with the kiddos at the Cherokee Nation Council Art Camp held in Columbus Kansas. The first through fifth graders had a week of thinking outside the box to stretch their creative capacities through some way cool projects that they could take home at the end of each day. All of the materials used were simple items that could be found around the house, so the children were able to go home and teach their friends the skills they had mastered that day. Friendship, imagination, and sharing a new found talent? That’s what we like to hear about! Some of the projects they tackled included newspaper beads, pinwheels, paint chip flip books, and packing peanut sculptures. We enjoyed getting to know these smart (and hilarious) bright minds and are excited for their pinwheels to spin in the summer breeze!

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