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Tribal youth featured in exhibition at library
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and The Summer Youth Photography Program in conjunction with the “Young Eyes Walk With Image Catcher” are presenting the Student Photography Exhibit Series 2009 through Dec. 3 at The Muckleshoot Library.
Bob Charlo oversees the program, which is in its fourth year and fifth exhibit. He said through the years, the program has involved 100 students taking 1,000 photographs with 125 photographs exhibited.
Students taking part, representing grades 5 through 8, in this year’s exhibit include, Patience Daniels, Simone Daniels, Jesse Daniels, Isabella Valles, Leonara Jansen, Gloria Simmons, Sefa Pedro, Luis Mendoza, Courtney Morrison, Luana Locke and Juanita Hernandez.