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Dancers shine at second annual Western powwow

Drum groups provided the beats for a variety of dance competitions

Lauren Nabahe participates in the jingle dance competition Saturday, May 4 at the Western Washington University powwow. Nabahe is of the Paiute-Shoshone, Navajo and Mono tribes. (Eli Voorhies/Cascadia Daily News)
By Annie Todd Criminal Justice/Enterprise Reporter
As Star Society, an indigenous drum circle, began singing, women dressed in long dresses with metal
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