BSU offers Ojibwe culture day camp
BEMIDJI — Bemidji State University is offering a five-day, four-night Niibinishi Gabeshi (summer camp) for American Indian students to immerse themselves in the heritage of Minnesota’s first people.
The camp will run July 23-27 and will be offered to high school sophomores, juniors and seniors.
It will include lodging in BSU’s residence halls and have a fee of $550 to cover all costs. Registration is required by June 25.
The camp is also seeking volunteers who can present on different areas of the Ojibwe culture.
Interested persons should contact Angie Gora, BSU’s summer program director at 755-2851 or email@example.com.