Early Childhood Education Center Pow-wow Held

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It was a beautiful day for the End-of-the-Year Early Childhood Education Center pow-wow held today at Prairie Peoples Park.  We-Ta-Se Color Guard opened the pow-wow while participants watched.

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Tribal Council member Junior Wahweotten gave the welcome at the pow-wow and Little Soldier Singers provided the music.  Chago Hale was emcee and is also part of the Little Soldier Singers.

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In the graduation hat is Miles Tecumseh who graduated from Class B today and celebrated with his parents Melissa and Frank Tecumseh.  Miles also has on a traditional ribbon shirt that was made for the occasion.

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Brande Adame with Victoria Brossett who wore a jingle dress today.

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Noah Keo-Winsea and Meeks Mahkuk posed for a photograph dressed in their regalia.

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Families and graduates entering the pow-wow during the grand entry.

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Criss Eteeyan photographs his daughter Pash-shay after she graduated  from Class C this year.

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Three generations:  Cheryl Walker (left) with her daughter, Amber Walker and Class B graduate Byokee Martinez.

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Front row, left, is Eli Murphy with Alex and proud mom Jennifer.

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Hope Adame, director of the Early Childhood Education Center, helps guide the grand prize winner of a raffle for a new bike out of the arena.