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Maile Toetuu, right, originally from the island of Tonga, leads one of four dances by the Alaska Luau during a break between games at the 65th Annual Juneau Lion’s Club Gold Medal Tournament on Friday at Juneau-Douglas High School. It was the first public performance for many in the 30-member group showcasing Polynesian culture.
Photo: Alaska Luau performs at the 65th Annual Juneau Lion's Club Gold Medal Tournament 032811 LOCAL 9 JUNEAU EMPIRE Maile Toetuu, right, originally from the island of Tonga, leads one of four dances by the Alaska Luau during a break between games at the 65th Annual Juneau Lion’s Club Gold Medal Tournament on Friday at Juneau-Douglas High School. It was the first public performance for many in the 30-member group showcasing Polynesian culture.

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Maile Toetuu, right, originally from the island of Tonga, leads one of four dances by the Alaska Luau during a break between games at the 65th Annual Lion's Club Gold Medal Basketball Tournament at Juneau-Douglas High School Friday. It was a first public performance for many in the 30-member group showcasing Polynesian culture.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Story last updated at 3/28/2011 - 1:45 am

Photo: Alaska Luau performs at the 65th Annual Juneau Lion's Club Gold Medal Tournament

Maile Toetuu, right, originally from the island of Tonga, leads one of four dances by the Alaska Luau during a break between games at the 65th Annual Juneau Lion’s Club Gold Medal Tournament on Friday at Juneau-Douglas High School. It was the first public performance for many in the 30-member group showcasing Polynesian culture.