Intertribal Gathering 2015 

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Volunteer Jeanne Forrest, Anderson, wrapped up six hours of making fry bread.
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Kurtis Betts, Laytonville, guarded his plate of fry bread from his 7-month-old, Tahiry.
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Julie Savage (right), Arcata, dished up the last of the hundreds of turkey and salmon entrees to volunteer servers.
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Volunteers passed out blankets during the Elders’ Gifting Ceremony.
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Perusing Native American art and crafts.
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Asucena, a member of the Aztec Dance and Drum group, sets out a flame prior to a dance.
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David Vargas, also known as Texomazatl (Blue Deer), prepares his eagle costume prior to the Aztec Dance and Drum performance.
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A packed house at Redwood Acres watched the eagle and jaguar dance by Aztec Dance and Drum group.
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Emma Marshall (Hoopa) was one of the native and non-native veterans who were thanked by audience members.
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Members of the audience, including Citlacin Campos (left), Arcata, and Marissa Begaye, Hoopa, were invited to help the Aztec Dance and Drum group perform.
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David Vargas (left), also known as Texomazatl (Blue Deer), and Balam (right), pose with Buddhist monk Khempo Ugyen Wangchuk of Bhutan.
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Mark Larson
Volunteer Jeanne Forrest, Anderson, wrapped up six hours of making fry bread.

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