Billie McClure of Ada assists Chasity Boston, 12, of Ardmore at the beading class.
Candace Shanholtzer and her son, four-year-old Zakk.
Shelley Tate instructs first-time beaders Yvonne and George Johnson of Ada.
Kay Jackson teaches Choctaw beading to Jolene Lewis of Healdton.
Leona Johnson of Ardmore looks on as Brad Joe shows how to make beaded earrings.
Eric Pyle assists Gene Snow of Lone Grove with his Membership card.
Jeanna Gomes takes 4-year-old Sophie Haymes' photo for her Membership card.
Kari Gossvener od Healdton and her one year old nephew Tate Idleman of Wilson examine a Choctaw arrow.
DeAnna Adams gives a high-five to Caelen Camplain of Ringling.
Mary Ann Allen proudly displays her artwork at the Ardmore meeting.
Assistant Chief Gary Batton and Mike Scott, far right, welcome Earlene Marris and Leona Johnson, both of Ardmore and Onita Carnes and Kathy Eye, both of Madill.
Faye Self helps Billy and Virginia Mills of Tishomingo get registered at the Ardmore meeting.
Choctaw woodworker Cecil Henderson burns lines into a carved duck decoy at the Ardmore Cultural gathering.
Kenzley Gonzalez, 2, of Ardmore.
Brad Joe sings the Lord's Prayer in Choctaw to open the gathering.
Language instructor Lillie Roberts gives a Choctaw language lesson in Ardmore.
Zakk Shamholtzer, 4, joins Becca Patton and daughter Kaia, 2, for the Snake Dance.
Congratulations to Landa McClure of Ada (originally from Talihina). She won the drawing for the iPad Mini. Attendees who pre-registered for the meeting on choctawnation.com were entered into the drawing.
Assistant Chief Gary Batton and the Choctaw language instructor for the Ardmore area, Lillian Vaughn.