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Kids learn about Native American culture

LAWTON, Okla._Several children visited the Comanche Nation Cultural Museum Wednesday where they were able to learn more about Native American culture.

Sherene Williams, the coordinator for ‘Sherene L. Williams Collectively Serving Lawton-Fort Sill’ says she wants to help children get involved in positive activities. Wednesday's educational tour is one of those activities. She says this is possible thanks to places like the Comanche Nation Cultural Museum that allow the kids to visit and learn.

"So grateful we were able to bring our children here today so they can become more educated about the history of Native Americans," Williams said.

The children were also able to learn about how Native Americans participated in both World War I and World War II. Williams said her organization has volunteers all over the Lawton-Fort Sill community that are all dedicated to enriching the lives of children in the community.

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