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Published: Wednesday, 12/3/2008

WORKING ON A WIGWAM

NBRW wigwam04p 11/25/08  The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Caption: Joey Holston, 11, ties frame parts together as he and his classmates build a wigwam at the George A. Phillips Academy, in Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, November 25, 2008.  Looking on are Timira Robinson, 9, and teacher Kari Burmeister.  Summary:  Students at the George A. Phillips Academy will celebrate Native American Heritage Month by constructing a wigwam. NBRW wigwam04p 11/25/08 The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Caption: Joey Holston, 11, ties frame parts together as he and his classmates build a wigwam at the George A. Phillips Academy, in Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, November 25, 2008. Looking on are Timira Robinson, 9, and teacher Kari Burmeister. Summary: Students at the George A. Phillips Academy will celebrate Native American Heritage Month by constructing a wigwam.
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On the grounds of the George A. Phillips Academy, Joey Holston, 11, reaches up to tie together parts of a frame for a replica of a Native American wigwam. Assisting are student Timira Robinson, 9, and teacher Kari Burmeister. Students at the Victory Avenue school worked on the project as part of celebrating Native American Heritage Month.




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