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New Member Brunch

A great gathering was held at the home of Joan Dubay as new and existing members came together on August 12th for the WWW New Member brunch. We shared creative ideas, laughter, and support for each other while we enjoyed a spread of delicious food. Thank you, Joan, for hosting a beautiful morning.

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Letter from the Director — July/August 2017

Dear WWW Members, Ojibwe is the largest group of Native Americans in the North American continent, living predominately in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Canada. Ojibwe refers to the Algonquian-speaking bands and their puckered moccasins. Manoominike-giizis or August, and in some places September, is the moon of ricing. Military commander Seth Eastman painted Ojibwe women ricing in 1857. Ricing is a ...

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