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Fun on the fly

Students in the Sitka Native Education Program (SNEP) play "Simon Says" on the new lawn at Totem Square Thursday afternoon (9-22-11), imitating ravens, among other creatures. Teacher Jamie Bradley, however, gave all her instructions in Tlingit. The kids in this class range in age from third- through fifth-grade.

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