by Gigi Pilcher
April 08, 2004
I really enjoyed the KRBD sound portrait with photos of the celebration
of the arrival of the 40-foot canoe over in Hydaburg. The photos,
by Ann Marie Marble, were excellent!
Thank you to Sitnews for pointing
me to this KRBD news story with a link and thank you to Sitnews
for their volunteer efforts in helping KRBD to keep their web
Ketchikan, AK - USA
to this story & view the photo gallery... On Sunday,
Hydaburg celebrated the arrival of a 40-foot canoe. It was carved
by students at Alternative School Number One, a Seattle public
school for kids in Kindergarten through eighth grade. The project
was guided by Robert Peele, or Saaduuts as he prefers to be called.
Saaduuts grew up in Hydaburg, but now lives in the Seattle area.
Along with school staff and students, Saaduuts took the canoe
on a quick voyage from one end of Hydaburg to the other. Well
over a hundred people came out to watch and participate in the
event. Jay Marble was also there. He put together this sound
KRBD - Ketchikan Public Radio
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