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Rebekah Porter

Rebekah Porter, Staff Reporter

Rebekah Porter is a senior and this is her second year in Newspaper. She is also involved in tennis and band. She likes reading and spending time with her friends.

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Folkerts also had napkin holders and bracelets for the students to look at, some made of nice woods like Teak and one made of ivory.

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April 23, 2019
Folkerts shows the tools that women would have used to plow and harvest their crops.

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April 23, 2019
Folkerts shows the students the items that a man would carry in their pocket. One of these items was a form of currency used by the Liberians.

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April 23, 2019
Folkerts shows the students a picture of her grandparents while they were in Liberia.

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April 23, 2019
Junior Gage Steinert wears a man's robe and holds the three items every man carried in his pocket, shoes, a wife beater and money.

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April 23, 2019
The tribes In Liberia were illiterate before the missionaries taught them to read and write so they used other ways of communication. Each chief had their own unique elephant tail wrapped in leather and furs they would send with their messenger to show who the message had come from.

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April 23, 2019
Folkerts had laid out the artifacts across a couple tables in the library for students to look at and ask questions about. Some of these included horns, replicas of boats and money.

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April 23, 2019
Folkerts grandfather recieved half of a pythons skin ater the mission sent men to help the villiage kill the python. The python had mainly stuck to goats, but after it took a child the village decided to kill it.

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April 23, 2019
Nathan Leiker, junior

Nathan Leiker, junior

February 9, 2019
Gracie Wente, freshman

Gracie Wente, freshman

February 9, 2019
Stanna Flinn, freshman

Stanna Flinn, freshman

February 9, 2019
Gabriela Arthur, senior

Gabriela Arthur, senior

February 9, 2019
Nick Zimmerman, senior

Nick Zimmerman, senior

February 9, 2019
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