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‘Passing Narwhal’ Photo Wins Award

With his photograph "Passing Narwhal," Ipeelee Itorcheak of Iqaluit has won the annual photography contest held by Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.
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With his photograph "Passing Narwhal," Ipeelee Itorcheak of Iqaluit has won the annual photography contest held by Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. The contest, open to beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, selects monthly winners throughout the year, with one of those twelve candidates going on to become photo of the year.

Second-place honors went to "Waiting under the Moon," by Niore Iqalukjuak, and Susie Qaunaq's "Narwhal Tusk" placed third. To browse galleries of submissions and winners by month, visit tunngavik.com/websitePhotoContest/other-submissions.

Pictured, from left, are: Russ Garber, Quapaw Tribe; Margaret Moss, PAAC; Arkansas Sen. Linda Chesterfield; Chairman John Berrey, Quapaw Tribe; Cloria Dozier, Progressive League of College Station; Tamela Tenpenny-Lewis, President PAAC; Ranny McWatters, Quapaw Tribe; Carla Hines-Coleman, PAAC; Dr. John House, Arkansas Archeological Survey; Dr. John Thiboult, former Thiboult Plantation landowner.

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