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Spotlight On: Charly Etzkorn
Friday, February 07 2014
 
Written by Alfred Walking Bull,
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charlie_etzkorn-web.jpgSeven year-old Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal citizen Charly Etzkorn sang the National Anthem at the home opener for the Minnesota Swarm lacrosse game on Jan. 19.

The game was also the Swarm's Native American Heritage Day where they paid tribute to the Native roots of the game with a traditional version of the game at half-time featuring the Oneida Warriors and Prairie Island Indian Community's lacrosse teams. The Hoka Hey Singers also rendered an honor song for the 8,000 audience members in attendance for supporting the traditional Native American game.

Etzkorn said of her time in the spotlight, “It was really fun. I was nervous but it was really fun.”


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