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Pottery in the Valley

March 24, 2011

    Although Tammy Leigh Brooks worked alone for the past nine years in her pottery studio, she enjoys teaching students how to throw pots.
    Brooks teaches at The Catawba Valley Potter's Workshop, Catawba Valley Community College's pottery school.
    “It was a lot to get used to at first, what with all the procedural things, but the students are a dream and make it a lot of fun," she said. “I am committed to them making good pots."

Pottery in the Valley

March 24, 2011

    Although Tammy Leigh Brooks worked alone for the past nine years in her pottery studio, she enjoys teaching students how to throw pots.
    Brooks teaches at The Catawba Valley Potter's Workshop, Catawba Valley Community College's pottery school.
    “It was a lot to get used to at first, what with all the procedural things, but the students are a dream and make it a lot of fun," she said. “I am committed to them making good pots."

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