Tribal Council members from Ute Mountain Ute, Jicarilla Apache joined Southern Ute Tribal Council on their “Celebrating the 7 Bands” themed float.
Southern Ute Veteran, Howard D. Richards, marches in the Southern Ute Fair parade.
Jr. Miss Southern Ute, Odyssey Baker-Silva, gives a bright smile during the Southern Ute Fair parade.
Tribal elder, Georgia McKinley marches with a smile along with the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy.
Students from the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy hand out candy to the crowd.
Precious Collins gives a smile as she revs her motorcycle.
The Southern Ute Tribal Fair parade brought joy to all ages in attendance. The fair took place on Saturday, Sept. 12 in downtown Ignacio.
Aeden Richards and Joe Howell wave as they throw out candy during the Kiddie Parade, Saturday, Sept. 12 2015
Southern Ute tribal member and Ms. Indian San Juan College, Kelsi Monroe waves to the crowd during the parade Saturday, Sept. 12.
Sunshine Cloud Smith Youth Advisory Council Chairman Issac Suina, hands out candy during the parade. The SCSYAC handed out water to parade goers Saturday, Sept. 12.
Junior Miss Ute Mountain, Anna Dale and Little Miss Ute Mountain Clara Donne Cantsee passed out Ute Mountain Public Works cups to parade goers.
Tribal member Fabian Martinez hands out candy promoting the Rez-olution Youth Concert that takes place annually during the Southern Ute Tribal Fair.
Tribal member Jeremy Bean rides his motorcycle adorned with a shawl, star quilt and the names of two of the seven Ute bands.
Competing dancers are encouraged to participate in the parade each year.
Neida Chackee waves as Toph and TyLee Pinnecoose pass out candy atop the Department of Natural Resources Float. Natural Resources took home third place in the Service/Organization Category.
The extravagant war bonnet float won Benjamin Watts 1st place for the Best Royalty Float category.
Tribal elder, Elwood Kent was Grand Marshall of the 95th Annual Southern Ute Fair Parade.