Ketchikan students create flags, tie-dye masks to commemorate ‘Kings for Peace Week’

“I think peace, especially in this community, is when we come out, and we just help each other, and we realize that we’re not so different as human beings,” said Kayhi senior Cade McAllister, who helped organize the event. “I think it’s especially important at this time in our country’s history that we realize just how close together we really are.”

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