Olin Goodtracks takes a closer look at silent auction items to help determine what he will bid on to help the academy raise money for their school powwow. The silent auction was held in the LCB Hall of Warriors on Friday, Feb. 7.
Dr. Stacey Oberly sets up the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy’s silent auction table. In addition to the auction, the academy hosted a bake sale and sold Frito pies to raise money for their 20th Anniversary Celebration Powwow which will be hosted later this year.
Cynthia Buckskin helped dozens of employees, parents and students enter the 50/50 cash drawing on Friday, Feb. 7 in the LCB Hall of Warriors. The drawing proceeds will help the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy raise funds for their 20th Anniversary Celebration Powwow later this year.