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Wesley Perry

Red Stick

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During the dark cold nights of Beboong (Winter) while sitting around the fire, your old Nakomis (Grandmother) may have told you tales of Nanaboozhoo, or of the evil man eating spirit the Windigo, but if she really wanted to frighten you she may have told you about the Patoo Makwa (Running Bear).

The Running Bear can be found during the moons of Neebing patrolling the green of the ball field bringing the thunder while wielding his misskwa ahgimak (red ashwood), or traveling the streams and rivers of our great state in his jeemonnug (canoe).

Harkening back to his Shawnee/Ojibway heritage the one called Red Stick, or Miskwabimij is equally at peace while tramping the woods or partaking in neekonnisiwin (brotherhood) with his mates on the ball diamond.