Jasmine Bradley, 7, participates in an archery class at Camp Kic-A-Wah on Tuesday on the Catawba Indian Reservation near Rock Hill. Below, Brionna Rodgers, 10, learns to make Catawba pottery.
Jasmine Bradley, 7, participates in an archery class at Camp Kic-A-Wah on Tuesday on the Catawba Indian Reservation near Rock Hill. Below, Brionna Rodgers, 10, learns to make Catawba pottery.
Jasmine Bradley, 7, participates in an archery class at Camp Kic-A-Wah on Tuesday on the Catawba Indian Reservation near Rock Hill. Below, Brionna Rodgers, 10, learns to make Catawba pottery.

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July 26, 2008 12:15 AM

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