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    23rd Annual CSU NASA Contest Powwow
    "Heartbeat of One People"

    April 16-17, 2005
    * * Powwow Schedule of Events * *
    * Moby Arena * Colorado State University Campus *
    * Fort Collins, Colorado *

    Head Staff
    Spiritual Advisor: Doug Foote, Lakota - Denver, CO
    Master of Ceremonies: Michael Alley, Otoe/Rosebud - Denver, CO
    Arena Director: Dominic Littleshield, Northern Arapaho - Arapaho, WY
    Head Gourd Dancer: Ray Eagleboy Whiteshield, Kiowa/Cheyenne Arapaho - Denver, CO
    Host Northern Drum: Plainsmen - Denver, CO
    Host Southern Drum: Spotted Horse - Fort Collins, CO
    Invited Drum: White Lodge - Mandaree, ND
    Color Guard: American Indian Veterans of Colorado - Denver, CO

    Special Performances: Saturday - Eagle Dance; Sunday - Hoop Dance
    Featuring: Derek Howell, Pawnee/Flandreau Santee Sioux


    Invitation to Native American Arts & Crafts Vendors
    Volunteers Needed!
    Rules for Dancers and Singers/Drum groups.
    Admission - $3/day or $5/weekend - [CSU Students - Free with Student ID]
    Everyone welcome!
    Educational Booths representing/promoting various colleges, departments, student organizations, etc. will be displayed. If you ever wondered what CSU has to offer, this is a great opportunity to find out! Native American students are especially invited and encouraged to visit these booths!
    Host Hotel - Best Western University Inn - 914 S. College Ave. Mention powwow for special rate of $67/double (2-4 people). Includes deluxe continential breakfast. (East of CSU campus, 1 mile from powwow!)

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