Karen Gilbert (left) and Anna B. Macomber (right), both from Hobart, take a break from lacing beads onto strings to pose for a photograph during the bead jewelry class.
Jessica Anderson and her children Turtle and Hunter Anderson, all from Snyder, learn to make beaded jewelry.
Carol Dodd (left) and Joanna Cozby (right), both from Burkburnett, Texas put all of their attention on the beaded jewelry they are working on.
Choctaw Dancers make an entrance at the Lawton Choctaw Cultural Meeting.
Mandy Lawson teaches Choctaw children how to play stickball.
Left to right, Mary Watson, Pam Watson and Diwala Gibson, three generations of women, sit down to make beaded jewelry.
Choctaw women dance during the Lawton Choctaw Cultural Meeting.
Rebecca Estes, from Rush Springs, tries her hand at making jewelry.
Phelicia Scott (left) and Jane Walters (right), from Duncan, work on jewelry as mother and daughter.
Choctaw Dancers and members from the audience dance the Snake Dance.
Choctaw Dancers and children from the audience dance the Snake Danc
Beckah Boykin signs a prayer during the opening of the Lawton Choctaw Cultural Meeting.