Many Moons Ago

10 YEARS AGO (April 14, 2006): Michael Coffman, Regional Service Director for Boys and Girls Clubs of America was in Ignacio on Monday, April 10, and also met with Senator Salazar. The opening of the Boys and Girls Club is slated for April 21. Coffman’s job is to work with all the clubs to make sure the kids get what they need out of the Boys and Girls Club. Coffman wants the Southern Ute Boys and Girls Club to be the best Boys and Girls Club in Native America and in Colorado. Pictured with Coffman (far left) are council members, Michelle Olguin, Ramona Eagle, John Washington, Matthew Box and Chief Professional Officer of the Boys and Girls Club McKean Walton. This photo first appeared in the April 14, 2006, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
20 YEARS AGO (April 12, 1996): Family and friends support Diane Millich as she casts her troubles away at the Gathering of Native Americans. This photo first appeared in the April 12, 1996, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 YEARS AGO (April 18, 1986): Awards were presented by Stacey Rivera, Native American Youth Organization (NAYO) President, to Dora Hatch, Shelly Thompson and Tommy Weaver, for their outstanding contributions and hard work for NAYO during the 1985-86 school year. This photo first appeared in the April 18, 1996, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
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