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Horse Thief Embraces Fear In Bliss

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Rose State College 2nd Annual Contest Powwow

April 13th 2013 - 2:00pm

ROSE STATE COLLEGE
2nd Annual Contest Powwow

April 13, 2013
NEW LOCATION!!! STUDENT CENTER
ROSE STATE COLLEGE
6420 S.E. 15; Midwest City, OK / I-40 & Hudiburg Drive Exit
Follow signs….

HEAD STAFF
Master of Ceremonies / Tim Tallchief
Arena Director / Randy Frazier
Color Guard / Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
Head Singer/Southern Drum / Aaron Jones
Northern Drum / Blackbird Singers
Head Gourd Dancer / Bruce Caesar
Head Man Dancer / Bruce Neconie
Head Lady Dancer / LyndeeJon McClellan

Following dinner will be the crowning of the 2013 American Indian Association Princess, Tahlia Nava.

Men: Straight, Fancy, Traditional, & Grass (1st) $175 (2nd) $100 (3rd) $50
Women: Buckskin, Cloth, Fancy Shawl, & Jingle (1st) $175 (2nd) $100 (3rd) $50

POWWOW SCHEDULE
2:00 P.M. Gourd Dancing
5:00 P.M. Free Tradition Powwow Dinner
6:00 P.M. Resume Gourd Dancing
7:00 P.M. Grand Entry
11:00 P.M. Closing

All drums, dancers, and princesses welcome.
Registration begins at 3pm.

Arts & crafts booths available for $25 or donated item of equal value, no gift cards accepted. Vendor tables and chairs provided by the College. Maximum table space is 4’x12’, no exceptions. Selection of vendor space is on a first come basis once payment has been received.

For more information or booth registration, contact Alan Neitzel at (405) 736-0347 or email aneitzel@rose.edu

Not responsible for accidents or thefts.
Facebook us at Rose State College American Indian Association

Rose State College
6420 Southeast 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, USA

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