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Tsundue Dolma, lower left corner, kisses Jorden Gyalsten, 8 months old and the first born of a local Tibet family, as Tenzin Palzom, purple wrap, standing, makes a face and reaches in to grab the baby as a card game plays on with others on the floor. 24 Youth arrived in Denver for PeaceJam from the Tibetan Children's Village, India. They saw the sights of the Denver Museum Nature and Science, had lunch at Arby's and got back together for communal living at a donated home in Broomfield, 1275 W. 4th Ave., Monday, September 11, 2006. The group all about 17 years of age, are coming to pay respects and perform traditional dance. They flew from their school to New Delhi, to Amsterdam, to Detroit, MI., to Denver, Colo., 24 hours approximately, to be here. They have already shopped for clothes for friends at a local mall and find Target particularly appealing. (STEVEN R. NICKERSON / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)** Tenzin Palzom, Tsundue Dolma, Jorden Gyalsten (mother), (all names from host with typed list and from reference photo of each individual in system, (cq) , (cq all)**

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