Rogers County Cherokee Association monthly meeting February 10

Amy Pinkerton is the new President of the Rogers County Cherokee Association. The organization has its next monthly meeting on February 10.Photo courtesy: Amy Pinkerton

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Cherokee potter will share history ancient of Southeastern/Mississippian pottery following the meeting

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Rogers County Cherokee Association

Rogers County Cherokee Association (RCCA) will meet on Sunday February 10, 2019 at 2 p.m. for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting.

The February RCCA meeting meal will be hosted by Sandee McClure. Following the business meeting, Cherokee potter, Crystal Hannah will share the history of ancient Southeastern/Mississippian pottery techniques and designs. There will also be an opportunity for hands-on learning of pottery making.

Crystal Hannah is a registered member of Cherokee Nation and completed a pottery Apprenticeship in 1998 with Cherokee National Treasure, Anna Mitchell (deceased). Ms. Hannah has been juried into the Santa Fe Indian Art Market for the past 17 years.

She also does pottery workshops for the American Indian Resource Center, thru the Tulsa public library as well as many other school and museum organizations.

You can see more about Crystal Hannah’s work on Facebook, Runfree Native American Art, or the Spider Gallery website.

For more information, please contact RCCA president, Amy Pinkerton at


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