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Noemi Aylesworth, owner of the Cabin Coffee House & Café, holds a table tent listing the seven major Red Lake Nation clans in Ojibwe and English. Hers is the first business to go bilingual, but nine others have committed to the movement suggested by Shared Vision. (Molly Miron/Bemidji Pioneer)

Ojibwe language: Bemidji businesses adopt bilingual signage

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BEMIDJI - "Aaniin" "Boozhoo" - customers to Bemidji's Cabin Coffee House & Café are now welcomed in both Ojibwe and English.

Table tents show them numbers, animals and the major Red Lake clans in both languages. And they can try their Ojibwe language skills to order makade-mashkikiwaaboo (coffee) and naboob (soup).

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