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Ceremonial student projects honor Lummi’s cultural connection to salmon

Hundreds turn out to honor salmon relatives in an event that puts high schoolers on track for graduation

The first salmon was divided up and served in small cups to each person attending the First Salmon Ceremony on Thursday, May 16 at Lummi Nation School. The bones and remains were returned to the sea to show the Salmon Woman their gratefulness for the food. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
The drumbeat filled the Lummi Nation School gymnasium, sounding like storm waves crashing on rocky s
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