Joshua Tupou, Nia Make and Siosi Tupou dance Saka- and Maori-style dances during the sparkling cider "sip-in" in front of the Capitol at noon on Thursday. The event was sponsored by National Association for the Education of Young Children-Southeast Alaska, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Youth in Action and the National Council on Alcohol and Drugs. It was to raise awareness of the high cost of alcohol abuse in the lives of young children.
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