John Williams, a Tlingit Tribal elder from Hoonah, Alaska, waits backstage before his performance with the Alaska Kuteeyaa Dancers on Sagturday during the City of Lacey's annual Ethnic Celebration at Saint Martin's University.
John Williams, a Tlingit Tribal elder from Hoonah, Alaska, waits backstage before his performance with the Alaska Kuteeyaa Dancers on Sagturday during the City of Lacey's annual Ethnic Celebration at Saint Martin's University. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
John Williams, a Tlingit Tribal elder from Hoonah, Alaska, waits backstage before his performance with the Alaska Kuteeyaa Dancers on Sagturday during the City of Lacey's annual Ethnic Celebration at Saint Martin's University. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Diversity celebrated in Lacey with annual Ethnic Celebration

February 13, 2016 04:10 PM

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