Southern Ute tribal departments hosted the “End of School Year Bash” for all students, their families and friends, at the Piinu Nuuchi Skatepark, Saturday, May 21. SunUte Front Desk attendant Margaret Manzanares seems pleased with her cotton candy creation, while SunUte Recreation Coordinator, Bird Red and Southern Ute Museum Director, Susan Cimburek handle snowcone duties.
Southern Ute Behavioral Health staff, Precious Collins, Brandy Archuleta and Marvina Olguin offer assistance during the End of School Year Bash.
SunUte Recreation Coordinator, Bird Red hands Ava Sage Morgan a snow cone.
SunUte Director Robin Duffy-Wirth hands a student a helmet and a skateboard as a prize she won during the raffle.
ATtendees were asked to tie a green ribbon to signify support for Mental Health Awareness month.
Southern Ute Southern Ute Tribal Council member, Marge Barry welcomes all who were in attendance.
Raffles and prizes were awarded to attendees. Timothy Paiz and Alana Watts both walked away with prizes at the End of School Year Bash. he prizes were donated by various tribal departments.
John "Kuch" Oberly catches some air on the quarter-pipe.
A participant grinds a rainbow rail.
Skateboard trick participants stand with SunUte employees, Kelsey Frost and Bird Red.
Maynard Taylor gets some speed off the skate park’s quarter-pipe as he prepares to perform his trick during the skateboard trick event sponsored by SunUte.