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Old 02-15-2009, 03:01 AM   #4
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children. Ones running around crazy with no supervision. Nothing wrong with bringing your kids to the powwow, but please watch them. They run into things, touch things, knock things over while they are running around. I know they don't mean to, but as a parent, that is disrespectful to let your kids run around when there are so many sacred items around.

Vendors selling bubblegum. Sure you can make a few bucks off the kids...but think about all the moccasins and such that get covered in the stuff.

Vendors selling noise makers and crazy toys that fly and shoot off lol. Seen too many incidents happen with kids throwing toys around. I think powwow committees need to be more responsible when it comes to what items certain vendors can sell.
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