The art of doll making has been a tradition in Alaska for centuries. The Native people of Alaska still continue to create beautiful and highly collectable dolls today. Kathy Vickers, a well known Alaskan craftsman, continues this traditional art. Kathy's grandchildren, Rena Wasillia (age 13) and Rion Vickers (age 10), are learning about their rich Aleut culture as they help with creation of every doll. Rena was also the first child to have a Cochlear ear implant at the Alaska Native Hospital.