Estrella Russell, 15, left, and Leanard Morris, 16, make necklaces outside Lummi Nation's Wexliem Community Center. The center features tribal wood carvings, including totem poles and frogs. “Wexliem” means “place of frogs.” Weddings and other gatherings are among the events held at the center, 2300 Lummi View Drive.
Estrella Russell, 15, left, and Leanard Morris, 16, make necklaces outside Lummi Nation's Wexliem Community Center. The center features tribal wood carvings, including totem poles and frogs. “Wexliem” means “place of frogs.” Weddings and other gatherings are among the events held at the center, 2300 Lummi View Drive. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Estrella Russell, 15, left, and Leanard Morris, 16, make necklaces outside Lummi Nation's Wexliem Community Center. The center features tribal wood carvings, including totem poles and frogs. “Wexliem” means “place of frogs.” Weddings and other gatherings are among the events held at the center, 2300 Lummi View Drive. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Lummi Reservation

September 11, 2007 6:46 PM

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