Members of the Nisqually Tribe’s Canoe Family entertained the staff and students at Evergreen Forest Elementary School with dance and song during an assembly last week, when they talked about the upcoming summer canoe journey that the South Sound tribe is hosting.
Members of the Nisqually Tribe’s Canoe Family entertained the staff and students at Evergreen Forest Elementary School with dance and song during an assembly last week, when they talked about the upcoming summer canoe journey that the South Sound tribe is hosting. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Members of the Nisqually Tribe’s Canoe Family entertained the staff and students at Evergreen Forest Elementary School with dance and song during an assembly last week, when they talked about the upcoming summer canoe journey that the South Sound tribe is hosting. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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