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Crafters shine at fair

Brandon Joe of the Lower Nicola Indian Band works on one of his pieces of art at the second annual Potluck and Aboriginal Craft Fair Wednesday at the Okanagan College Centre of Excellence building in Penticton. The event gave First Nations and opportunity to display and sell their work and also raised money for the college Dire Straits fund. - Mark Brett/Western News
Brandon Joe of the Lower Nicola Indian Band works on one of his pieces of art at the second annual Potluck and Aboriginal Craft Fair Wednesday at the Okanagan College Centre of Excellence building in Penticton. The event gave First Nations and opportunity to display and sell their work and also raised money for the college Dire Straits fund.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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