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Maraya Gehring, 4, and  Taylor Gehring, 6, with tambourine, listen to Cree elder Lorre Gibson, a storyteller for the Maple Ridge Public Library, Tuesday in Memorial Peace Park. Gibson told How The Rainbow Came To Be, of how the people of the world start fighting but grow together to form a rainbow.  - Colleen Flanagan/The News
Maraya Gehring, 4, and Taylor Gehring, 6, with tambourine, listen to Cree elder Lorre Gibson, a storyteller for the Maple Ridge Public Library, Tuesday in Memorial Peace Park. Gibson told How The Rainbow Came To Be, of how the people of the world start fighting but grow together to form a rainbow.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/The News
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