Fri Mar 26th, 2021
Tags: Austin Box, Bear Dance, Boys & Girls Club of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Denver Coliseum, Denver March Powwow, Denver March Powwow Staff, Essie Kent, Euterpe Taylor, Floy Valdez, Guinness Book of World Records, Ida Williams, Jazmin Carmenoros, Jessie Jefferson, John Carel Williams, Josten’s Learning Lab, Julius Cloud, Marylyn Olguin, Molly Cloud, Southern Ute Committee of Elders, Sun Dance, Sunshine Smith, Veterans Color Guard
Jazmin Carmenoros, a member of the Boys & Girls Club of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, gets amped up with her peers on March 22, 2011 during an attempt at making history. Hundreds of Boys & Girls Club organizations across the United States set out to break a standing record in the Guinness Book of World Records for people doing jumping jacks at the same time across multiple locations.
Austin Box, center, holds the Denver March Powwow Staff, leading the Veterans Color Guard from various tribes throughout the United States and Canada at the Denver March Powwow, held March 16-17, 2001 at the Denver Coliseum.
Teacher’s Aide Marylyn Olguin has her hands full helping some youngsters at the Josten’s Learning Lab. Students are invited to come in to the new education building south of the high school for help with their studies.
The Southern Ute Committee of Elders general membership held a meeting to discuss concerns over the Bear Dance, Sun Dance, etc. Committee of Elders who were in attendance were, Essie Kent, Jessie Jefferson, Sunshine Smith, Ida Williams, John Carel Williams, Euterpe Taylor, Floy Valdez, Molly Cloud and Julius Cloud.