Eighth grader Stephen Schahrer receives medicine wheel, hair pipe choker and medicine bag as a token of gratitude from Lakota chief Gerald Ice for a project he did on the Native American tribe at Oakridge Middle School on Monday afternoon, Sept. 10, 2007 in Golden Gate Estates.  While staying in Southwest Florida with family, Ice, a direct descendant of Crazy Horse and Black Elk, is visiting several local schools to educate students about his heritage in the tribe of the Great Sioux Nation.

Photo by DAVID ALBERS, Daily News

Eighth grader Stephen Schahrer receives medicine wheel, hair pipe choker and medicine bag as a token of gratitude from Lakota chief Gerald Ice for a project he did on the Native American tribe at Oakridge Middle School on Monday afternoon, Sept. 10, 2007 in Golden Gate Estates. While staying in Southwest Florida with family, Ice, a direct descendant of Crazy Horse and Black Elk, is visiting several local schools to educate students about his heritage in the tribe of the Great Sioux Nation.

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