, Muskogee, OK



Mia Barnes of Gore, lower left, and Sejin Whittle of Muskogee are the poster children for this year’s Bedouin Shrine Classic basketball tournament. They’re posing with Shriners Mike Brawley, upper right, and his brother Mark Brawley. Mike Brawley is the incoming potentate, while Mark is on the tournament committee. The Classic begins Jan. 7 and continues through Jan. 12.

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