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Summers LaRoche earns lifetime achievement award

Summers LaRoche’s Brulé, the award-winning Native American rock group, has been performing for 27 years.

FILE PHOTO: Paul Summers LaRoche joins the Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra at Chautauqua Park for a performance on July 4, 2022.
FILE PHOTO: Paul Summers LaRoche joins the Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra at Chautauqua Park for a performance on July 4, 2022.
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BUFFALO, New York — Worthington musician and founder of the group Brulé received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the 2022 Native American Music Awards Association Monday at the Seneca Niagara Hotel & Casino in Buffalo, New York.

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The designation also includes the contiguous counties of Jackson, Murray, Nobles, Redwood, Brown and Watonwan.

Summers LaRoche’s Brulé, the award-winning Native American rock group, has been performing for 27 years and has sold over a million albums worldwide, releasing 20 CDs and winning eight Native American Music awards.

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A 1999 graduate of Jackson County Central and a 2003 graduate of Augsburg College, Kari Lucin started writing for newspapers in Minnesota and North Dakota in 2006. During her time as a reporter, she covered beats including education, watershed, county and agriculture, and frequently wrote about health and science. She has also served as an online content coordinator and an engagement specialist at various Forum Communications properties. She was a marketing assistant at Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville for two years, where she did design work in addition to writing and social media management.

Lucin is currently a community editor with the Globe of Worthington.

Email: klucin@dglobe.com
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