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By Lillian Palmer
Staff Writer 

Students learn culture through song and dance

 

Star photo by Lillian Palmer

Swirling Colors: Dinayla Augustine, the youngest member of the Wind River Dancers performs the women's fancy shawl dance during the group's performance at Lincoln Middle School.

Vibrant colors swirling around and around was the sight seen when the Wind River Dancers performed at Lincoln Middle School Wednesday afternoon.

The dancers are of the Arapaho Tribe and perform throughout the region. Their teach and carry on their heritage and culture through song and dance.

Before their performance, group coordinator Darrell LoneBear asks the middle school audience to raise a hand if they are of native decent, resulting in a number of hands popping up throughout the group. LoneBear then asked the students to recognize they come from a group of people in their daily l...



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