30 Years Ago:
Jeannette and Sadie Frost receive a certificate for completion of a course in “summer horsemanship” held at CSU in Ft. Collins, CO. The program was open to youths between 10 and 18 years of age. The program covered mounted lessons in English and Western riding, management.
This photo first appeared in the Aug. 4, 1989, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
10 Years Ago:
The Leadership Council of the Southern Ute Boys and Girls Club traveled to the Aztec Ruins to learn about the leadership styles of the Ancestral Puebloans and their form of government. They learned how the role of ceremonies, living off the land, and traditions made them leaders. Shown here are Caitlan Garcia and Margaret Mooney grinding corn on matates.
This photo first appeared in the July 31, 2009, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
20 Years Ago:
Southern Ute Tribal Members, and brothers, Russel Box, Sr. and Austin Box sit and chat during a break at the July 24th Flourissant, Colorado Powwow to honor the Tabeguache Band of the Ute Indian Nation. The Powwow was sponsored by the Flourissant Heritage Foundation in Teller County, the ancestral home of the Tabeguache Band. Russel took third place in the Men’s Traditional dance category at the Powwow.
This photo first appeared in the July 30, 1999, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
40 Years Ago
Members of the Ute Youth group dance the round dance with tour group from Japan.
This photo first appeared in the Aug. 3, 1979, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.