Tribe honors students

Southern Ute tribal member Angela Baker, a recent Ignacio High School graduate, is honored with a brand-new Pendleton blanket embroidered with the Southern Ute Tribal Seal and her name, Friday, June 24 at the 21st Annual Recognition hosted by the Southern Ute Education Department in the Sky Ute Casino Resort Event Center. Council Member Stacey Oberly draped the Pendleton over Baker’s shoulders and gave a brief congratulations on her educational accomplishments.
Southern Ute tribal member, Dominika Joy received a congratulatory check from the Southern Ute Education Department for her academic achievements as a student at Fort Lewis College during the 21st Annual Recognition. Joy made the Fort Lewis College Dean’s List for the Spring 2022 semester and is one of six collegiate honor students.
Southern Ute tribal member, Rhianna Carel embraces Council Member Lorelei Cloud after receiving her brand-new, personalized Pendleton blanket celebrating her recent graduation from Ignacio High School. Carel among other tribal and Johnson-O’Malley students received congratulations from members of Tribal Council, Education Department staff, Ignacio School District Board members, and Johnson-O’Malley Committee members.
Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum