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Smudging Ceremony at St. James Catholic School

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pictured (left to right) are student dancers in regalia: Courtney Corbiere Wabegijig, shawl dancer, Summer Corbiere, jingle dress dancer, Mrs. Verna Hardwick, Native Studies Teacher at St. James Catholic School, Tiana Marie Wabegijig and Robin Nootchtai, shawl dancers

November 4, 2005 - The students of St. James Catholic School in Lively attended a Smudging Ceremony hosted by their Native language class. Native teachings and Smudging were led by Vince Pawis and the ceremony included the Shidaakii Drummers and the St. James Native student dancers and drummers.

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