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Fond du Lac Follies Too late to tighten up our immigration policies

By Jim Northrup
News From Indian Country

On a weekend in August we celebrated the 32nd Annual Sobriety pow wow at Mashkawisen here in Sawyer. We celebrated by putting up our Free Coffee For Veterans shelter. Once again we thanked those who served. We visited with old veterans. This time we talked about how we were able to find good doctors as we used to talk about finding good womens.

We also celebrated the 33rd Anniversary of the Free Beer Rock Concert that was held in the same place. The band Whiskey River performed on a truck trailer. In front of them were cattle troughs of ice and beer. Some came for the music, some came for the beer. As I recall, we had a pretty good time. Then that place became a treatment center for alcohol and drugs.

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