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From Russian to Sami, Arctic Winter Games needs interpreters

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Posted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 12:15 am | Updated: 1:58 pm, Wed Mar 12, 2014.

FAIRBANKS — Organizers with the 2014 Arctic Winter Games are seeking volunteers who can help interpret to English several Arctic languages.

The Arctic Winter Games, held in Fairbanks from March 15-22, will bring athletes to Interior Alaska from the highest latitudinal region of the world. Though English is the official language of the Arctic Winter Games, and many of the competitors speak English, organizers hope to have interpreters available to cover any possible scenarios.

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