An Evening with Author Patti Dickinson
Co-sponsor, NASA, plans further programming
October 26, 2009
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -Members of the Native American Student Association (NASA) at OSU met with author Patti Dickinson during a library program on Sept. 10. NASA is now planning a book group to discuss Native Americans in literature. Dickinson's book, Coach Tommy Thompson and the Boys of Sequoyah, is on the group's reading list.
Pictured (l to r): Cho Werito (OSU Alumna), Rochell Werito (NASA President),Patti Dickinson, Dalton Kelley (NASA Treasurer), Ashley Morris (NASA Parliamentarian), Katie Dawes (NASA Social Chair) and Francesca Toledo-Alexander (NASA Secretary)
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Last Updated: 10 March 2010