Ute Language Guide, Jake Ryder gives an oral history and explanation of the Ute Bear Dance and its significance to the Southern Ute people.
The Golden High School students had an opportunity to meet with the Southern Ute Tribal questions. Students asked Council about various topics and issues pertaining to the Southern Utes.
Golden High School students shake council members hands and receive pins of the Southern Ute Tribal Seal.
Members of the the Southern Ute Growth Fund's Tribal Member Advisory Committee give a presentation of the history of the Growth Fund.
Members of the Growth Fund stand for a picture with the Golden High School Senior Seminar students.
Labels, labels and more labels. The Golden Students helped the Southern Ute Drum staff with the distribution of the newspaper prior to their departure from Ignacio.
Students from Golden High School go on-air with Station Director, Sheila Nanaeto on KSUT Tribal Radio, Wednesday morning, April 12.
Picture time, with Sheila Nanaeto, KSUT Tribal Radio Station Director.
The Golden High School students toured the Sky Ute Fairgrounds facility with SUFG Manager Kendra Alexander.
The Golden High School students take a look at the track and grounds of the Sky Ute Fairgrounds, they stayed in the camping are the three days they were visiting the Southern Ute Reservation.
Posing for a photo in the morning sun, the Golden High School students toured the Southern Ute Museum.
Linda Baker, manager of the Southern Ute Museum speaks with the Golden High School students about the architectural features inside the museum.
Dan Rhode, Museum contractor explains how the museum stores, handles and displays items used in exhibits at the museum. He also explained the varying aspects of the cradleboard and headdress to the Golden High School students.
High School seniors visiting the tribe from Golden High School listen intently to a presentation given by Wildlife Division Head Steve Whitman with the Department of Natural Resources.
Students from Golden High School, Golden, Colo. listen to a Ute Language presentation given by Ute Language Guide, Dr. Stacey Oberly at the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy.