Fri Jan 15th, 2021
Robert L. Ortiz
The Southern Ute Drum
Tags: 12 Gauge, BIA Highway Safety Coordinator, Chaperones Brian Frost, DUI Safety checkpoints, Dusty Baker; Bertha Snow, Eight Ball, Gail Pena, High School Gymnasium, Josten’s Learning Lab, Karen Pinnecoose; Stanley Frost, Kenneth Burch, Mrs. Albert Esparza, New Year’s Celebration Powwow, Robert Howe, Sonya Keller, T.J. Herrera, Tribal Health Services Personnel, Tyson Thompson, Youth Alcohol Prevention Specialist
10 years ago
Ignacio drum group, 12 Gauge, sings during the New Year’s Celebration Powwow on Dec. 31, 2010 in the High School Gymnasium.
This photo was first published in the Jan. 14, 2011, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.
20 years ago
Youth Alcohol Prevention Specialist, Sonya Keller (left) and BIA Highway Safety Coordinator, Gail Pena are all smiles as they pose with some of the candy stockings that were handed out to the many motorists who came through the DUI Safety checkpoints on the night of Dec. 22, 2000.
This photo was published in the Jan. 12, 2001, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 years ago
Shooting the “Eight Ball” in a game of pool was the fancy of several young tribal members who participated in the Josten’s Learning Lab activities during the Christmas, New Year’s school break. From left to right are T.J. Herrera, Chaperones Brian Frost and Robert Howe, and Tyson Thompson.
This photo was published in the Jan. 11, 1991, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.
40 years ago
Members of the Tribal Health Services Personnel completed their basic CHR training in Talihina, Oklahoma. Pictured (left-right) are Karen Pinnecoose; Stanley Frost; Tribal Health Services Coordinator, Mrs. Albert Esparza; temporary secretary, Dusty Baker; Bertha Snow and Kenneth Burch.
This photo was published in the Jan. 16, 1981, issue of The Southern Ute Drum.