Many Moons Ago

10 Years Ago The Northern Ute Tribe hosted the annual Shoshonean Language Reunion in Fort Duchesne, Utah, from June 28 to July 1. Conference attendees participate in a handgame song. The Southern Ute Public Relations Division set up a booth to share information and hand out promotional items. During the reunion, Southern Ute Royalty performed the Lord’s Prayer in sign language with the Comanche Tribe. This photo was published in the July 15, 2010, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.
20 Years Ago The group pictured here stands together for a shot by a flashing railroad crossing sign. Each child was given a bike helmet instructions on safety and signs before riding on the “Safety City” bike course. All of this learning took place in the Head Start parking lot on July 11, 2000. This photo was published in the July 14, 2000, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 Years Ago – The Southern Ute Home Care training program started on June 26, 1990. The training course covered 90-100 hours and was designed to address the needs of the Indian elderly and handicapped clients. Participants are (not in order) Terry Box, Chantel Cloud, Janelle J. Denny, Jacki Frost, Salma Weaver, Helene Peabody-Hererra, Tammy R. Porambo, Marilyn Salazar, Kaunditts Sanchez, Cathy Hock, Levi Baker, Southern Ute coordinator; Dixie Melton, project director; and (not present) Robert Buckskin, assistant project director. Picture provided by Home Care Program. This photo was published in the July 20, 1990, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.
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