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Art camp links ages, culture and tradition

Eighth grader Stephen Ganders, far right, and other art camp students use wood burners to sear designs into cedar bluebird houses during an art camp funded by the Gifts from Our Ancestors grant called “Celilo Falls; A Crossing of Paths.” Contributed photos


Eighth grader Stephen Ganders, far right, and other art camp students use wood burners to sear designs into cedar bluebird houses during an art camp funded by the Gifts from Our Ancestors grant called “Celilo Falls; A Crossing of Paths.” Contributed photos



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Bailey LeBreton, a soon to be 8th grader at Mosier Community School, etches a Coast Salish design into scratchboard.

A week of art camp, funded through a Confluence Project’s Gifts from Our Ancestors grant and hosted by The Dalles Middle School, wrapped up June 27 for 22 middle school students...

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