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PHOTOS: Buddy Program pottery night

Buddy pairs hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls.
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Buddy groups hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls. Buddy Program.
Buddy groups hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls.
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After making their pieces of pottery the buddy groups finished off the evening by adding special touches with color to their works of art. Buddy Program
After making their pieces of pottery the buddy groups finished off the evening by adding special touches with color to their works of art.
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Little buddy Ariel adds color to his bowl that he made at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening during The Buddy Program's Pizza and Pottery night. Buddy Program
Little buddy Ariel adds color to his bowl that he made at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening during The Buddy Program’s Pizza and Pottery night.
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Buddy pairs hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls. Buddy Program
Buddy pairs hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls.
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Big buddy Rolf Fraser and his little buddy Ariel work together to make pottery at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening.Buddy Program
Big buddy Rolf Fraser and his little buddy Ariel work together to make pottery at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening.
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Buddy groups hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls. Buddy Program
Buddy groups hang out together at the Carbondale Clay Center on Monday evening making bowls.
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Little Buddy Carolina works on painting her bowl that she made at the Carbondale Clay Center with her big buddy Kristin Jensen on Monday evening. Buddy Program
Little Buddy Carolina works on painting her bowl that she made at the Carbondale Clay Center with her big buddy Kristin Jensen on Monday evening.
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A big buddy and little buddy work together to paint a bowl they made during Monday night's pizza and pottery gathering. Buddy Program
A big buddy and little buddy work together to paint a bowl they made during Monday night’s pizza and pottery gathering.
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Kimber Kurr and her little buddy Daniella work together to make a bowl at the pottery night at Carbondale Clay Center. Buddy Program
Kimber Kurr and her little buddy Daniella work together to make a bowl at the pottery night at Carbondale Clay Center.
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