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Southern Ute tribal elder Russell Box Sr. shares a story with students of the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy, visiting tribal elders, employees of the Tribe, and members of the community. The event held on Tuesday, Jan. 24 featured stories from both Russell Box Sr. and Pearl Casias. Hosted by the Southern Ute Cultural Preservation Department, the event was held during the noon lunch hour and staff helped to serve stew, bread, and other refreshments.
Southern Ute tribal elder Pearl Casias shared a personal family story with students and other attendees on Tuesday, Jan. 24 during the Ute Storytelling event hosted by the Southern Ute Cultural Preservation Department. Clementine Carrillo, a student at the Southern Ute Montessori Academy and Casias’ great granddaughter, gifts Casias with a bundle in appreciation for sharing her stories.
During the noon lunch hour, employees gathered to hear stories told by elders. Paul Whistler attentively listens to a story told by elder Pearl Casias.
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | The Southern Ute Drum
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