Council takes questions at SUIMA

Three members of the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council – Vice Chairman James M. Olguin, Treasurer Ramona Y. Eagle and Pathimi GoodTracks – took questions from students at the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy on Friday, Nov. 8. The students asked about a range of issues, including cultural preservation and the financial future of the tribe.
Council Lady Ramona Y. Eagle (second from left) hugs an academy student following the question-and-answer session. Eagle told the students she would soon be leaving after nine years on the council.
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum

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