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PHOTO ESSAY: Ain Dah Yung's Cherish the Children Pow Wow
Friday, April 04 2014
 
Written by Jaida Gray Eagle,
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SAINT PAUL, Minn. The Ain Dah Yung Center's 16th Annual Cherish the Children Traditional Pow Wow was held March 15-16 at Central High School in Saint Paul and featured singers and dancers from around the region to honor Native American children through cultural celebration.

The event was emceed by Dave Larsen and Justin Huenemann with Hoka Hey as the host drum and head dancers included Caske La Blanc and Jennifer Kappenman.


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