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ANS hosts first-ever Native Community Fair

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Photo by KSTK News-Willie Eyon at the Wrangell Cooperative Association table at the Native Community Fair.

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Photo by KSTK News-Traditional Tlingit and Haida art and clothing on display at the Johnson O'Malley table at the Native Community Fair.

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Photo by KSTK News- Native dolls on the display at BB Brock's table at the Native Community Fair.

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Photo by KSTK News-Hand-woven hats and other items by Clara Haley and her family on display at the Native Community Fair.

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Photo by KSTK News-The Alaska Waters table at the Native Community Fair.

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Photo by KSTK News-SEARHC Health Educator Vivian Mork teaches the Tligit Language to students at the Native Community Fair.

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Photo by KSTK News-Johnson O'Malley Dancers perform at the Native Community Fair.
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