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    Clockwise, from left, SWAIA employees Mary Charlotte, Dallin

    Maybee, Jordan Skye Paul, John Paul Rangel and Charlene

    Porsild meet at the organization’s office Wednesday. The group says it is over the financial hump that led to an employee

    exodus months before Indian Market. Jane Phillips/The New Mexican

Posted: Saturday, June 21, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 12:12 am, Sun Jun 22, 2014.

The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts says that it is over the financial hump that caused a cut in the workweek earlier this year and contributed to an exodus of several key employees months before Indian Market, the biggest single event in the city’s cultural year.

The staff of seven full-time employees is back at work five days a week, marketing director John Paul Rangel said in an interview last week.

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