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Celebrate CommUNITY: Fond du Lac community promotes world citizenship

8:04 PM, Feb. 17, 2013
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In a dress adorned with 365 jingle bells, Annmarie Spice twirled to the beat of drums.

A member of the Stockbridge-Muncie tribe, the 15-year old was among the Native American dancers who performed at Celebrate CommUNITY - a cultural event held Saturday at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds.

The opening flag ceremony featured the Gordon Williams Gii Tass'se Brothertown Drummers and a multicultural parade of people dressed in traditional clothing. ...

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