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HEALTH Capital City Weekly KLUKWAN, - Lani Hotch, the WISEFAMILIES Through Traditional Knowledge Camp Coordinator in Klukwan, recently was awarded the Barbara Berger Award by the Alaska Health Education Consortium for excellence in health education and health promotion in Alaska. The award was presented during the Dec. 3 luncheon at the Alaska Health Summit in Anchorage.

Klukwan's Hotch wins health education award

Lani Hotch, of Klukwan, center, holds the Barbara Berger Award she won from the Alaska Health Education Consortium for excellence in health education and health promotion in Alaska. The award was presented during the Dec. 3 luncheon at the Alaska Health Summit in Anchorage, and Lani's family (daughter Jenni Hotch-Hill (left), husband Jones Hotch Jr. and grandson Vernon Hill) flew to Anchorage to surprise Lani during the award ceremony. Lani is the WISEFAMILIES Through Traditional Knowledge camp coordinator, a program run by the partnership of the Klukwan Traditional Knowledge Camp and the SEARHC WISEWOMAN cardiovascular health program.
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Lani Hotch, of Klukwan, center, holds the Barbara Berger Award she won from the Alaska Health Education Consortium for excellence in health education and health promotion in Alaska. The award was presented during the Dec. 3 luncheon at the Alaska Health Summit in Anchorage, and Lani's family (daughter Jenni Hotch-Hill (left), husband Jones Hotch Jr. and grandson Vernon Hill) flew to Anchorage to surprise Lani during the award ceremony. Lani is the WISEFAMILIES Through Traditional Knowledge camp coordinator, a program run by the partnership of the Klukwan Traditional Knowledge Camp and the SEARHC WISEWOMAN cardiovascular health program.
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