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Ginny Blankenship is honored to share some incredible understandings of the Native Peoples of our area. Her knowledge of these people comes from many years of study, years of knowing them personally, and her own inner mysterious attraction to their culture since she was a very young child. Some of what she will share are many unknown facts, a sharing of their spiritual beliefs and some special characteristics that tend to set them apart from most people. Honoring our past brings us wisdom and understanding of life. Ginny hopes to see many interested hearts and minds. Recommended age is 16 years and up.
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