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Nutrition and Food Service Graduates Leave Living Legacy
May 10 2014

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RITE OF SPRING: Six United Tribes graduates left their mark on the college campus by taking part in a spring ritual. The 2014 grads planted a tree May 8 as a living legacy of their training in the college’s Nutrition and Food Service Program. Pictured with their apple tree planting, from left, department chair/instructor Annette Broyles, Stephanie Bridwell (Cheyenne River) and daughter, Chenille Condon (Standing Rock), Melinda Whiteman-Tikanye (Spirit Lake), Mariah Rohde (Bismarck), Carmela Vital-Maulson (Lac du Flambeau), Dolly Charging Whirl Wind (Crow Creek), Alexandria Harrison (Standing Rock) and Instructor Wanda Agnew. The graduates names will be added to a plaque with those of others who have partaken in the same passage.
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