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Working on crafts, from left, are Kai Chavez, 5, Jayme Harper, 8, and Kyle Jones, 7. (Riham Feshir/Tribune)

Staying out of trouble: Pine Point Boys & Girls Club keeps kids busy after school

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Cece Chavez stood on a table at the Pine Point Boys and Girls Club pointing at some pictures and identifying them.

The 3-year-old, however, had a hard time pronouncing "omakaakii," "waawaashkeshi" and "manidoons."

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The Ojibwe translation for frog, deer and bug were written right on the photos to remind Cece and her fellow Boys and Girls Club members of their native tongue.

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