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Wrangellites show support for CAS Awareness

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KSTK News-Carter helps his great-grandmother, Betty, makes fried bread.

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KSTK News-Carter shows off some fresh fried bread.

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KSTK News-Wrangellites participate in the Second Annual CAS Walk.

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KSTK News-Holly and Carter Hammer during the Second Annual CAS Walk.
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