September 22, 2012 –
Grand Entry today.
Debra J. Lowe, from Lyndon Station, Wisconsin, is an honored veteran for the pow wow.
Roy Hale, Mayetta, Kan., is an honored veteran for the pow-wow.
Royalty in the Grand Entry.
Sue and Galen Hubbard are Head Lady and Head Man Dancer.
Mason Spoonhunter and Sierra Pahmahmie are Head Boy and Head Girl Dancer.
Amber Mahkuk is We-Ta-Se princess for 2012. A new 2013 princess will be named later this evening.
Dean Whitebreast (with the microphone) is master of ceremonies and Roger Lewis is the arena director.
Little Solider Singers are Host Drum.
Youngster Pe-wa-mo Kitchkommie is performing with Little Soldier.
Veterans in the Grand Entry.
Boss Hawgs are one of drum groups.
Whistling Wind is another drum group performing at the pow-wow.
Robert Jackson, Frank Shopteese, and Charles Wakole are We-Ta-Se veterans.
We-Ta-Se veterans Francis Jensen and Steve Ortiz with Mary Young, who is a former editor of the Potawatomi News.
In the foreground are judges for the dance competition.
Vendors at the pow-wow.
Cindy LeClere, Linda Tecumseh and Paula Moore.
A face painting booth was sponsored by the Tribal Victims Program. The artist is Samantha Wahquahboshkuk.
Gary Mitchell with child.
Attendees at today’s pow-wow pose with Pami Hubbard (in regalia).
Some young dancers on the sidelines.
Roy Spoonhunter ran the audio board for the pow-wow.
Registration and raffle table.
More on tap for tonight!