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  • 2006 Youth Fest Powwow

    "A Celebration of Generations"


    March 11, 2006
    Chinle Community Center
    Chinle, Arizona

    Master of Ceremonies: Jay Begaye, Diné
    Arena Director: Jonathan Begay, Diné
    HEAD MAN DANCER:Alberto Begay, Diné
    HEAD LADY DANCER:Kelly Etsitty, Diné
    HEAD BOY:Darnell Johnson, Diné
    HEAD GIRL:Glennis Yazzie, Diné

    NORTHERN HOST:
    CALLIN’ EAGLE
    Window Rock, Arizona

    SOUTHERN HOST:
    COZAD
    Anadarko, Oklahoma


    GRAND ENTRY:
    12:00 PM / 7:00 PM

    GOURD SESSION:
    10:00 AM / 5:00 PM

    ADMISSIONS:
    Adult - $5.00
    12 & Under - $3.00

    ARTS & CRAFT BOOTH:
    $30.00 (Non Refundable)
    NO FOOD VENDORS!

    CONTEST CATEGORIES:
    Adult / Junior / Teens

    SPECIALS:
    Tiny Tots
    Golden Age
    Others will be announced later

    HOST HOTEL:
    Best Western
    (928) 674-5288

    PA SYSTEM BY:
    David J. Begaye
    Ta’neeszahnii Technologies
    For more information please contact Chinle Department of Youth at (928) 674-2064.

  • #2
    Head-to-head with Apache Gold!

    How did Cozad ever agree to be southern host?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno
      Head-to-head with Apache Gold!

      How did Cozad ever agree to be southern host?

      maybe, MUCHO DINERO...

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      • #4
        With Apache Gold just south of Chinle, any drum that has a chance of placing would think twice about being at a non-casino powwow.

        But, Cozad does have a lot of fans in the Chinle and surrounding areas, so Youthfest should have a lot of spectators that don't want to deal with no-vacancy motel signs close to Apache Gold.

        Come on out and rock with Callin' Eagle, Cozad and other faithful drum groups that stay close to home!

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        • #5
          Come rock the house with us...

          Yup, Cozad has fans in and around Chinle town............gettin' famous and they are lookin' forward in visiting the Navajo Nation. I've read that they were selected as the "Best Southern Drum Group".

          Come and rock the house with us......Callin' Eagle and Cozad will be in town! ! ! Stay close to home and enjoy....

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno
            Head-to-head with Apache Gold!

            How did Cozad ever agree to be southern host?
            They've done it before.

            Split the drum.

            Larry and crew go South and they'll probably end up with maybe Leonard Jr., Rusty and one other guy at Chinle.......OR it'll be someone like Andy at Chinle.

            There's enough Cozad's to split the drum and carry the name at least three times!!

            ...it's cool though. You're STILL gettin' Cozad and some good singing.
            "This next song goes out to some girls in dot com. They don't know who they are, but, it doesn't really matter anyway."




            "When the God's wish to punish us, they grant our prayers."

            O. Wilde

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            • #7
              Just so no one is confused, the following is from the "March 2006 - Smackdown at Chinle" thread:


              10th Annual Canyon Echos Powwow - March 2-4, 2006
              MC: Kenneth Maryboy
              NH: Native Thunder
              SH: Bad Medicine


              Chinle Youthfest Powwow - March 11, 2006 - "A Celebration of Generations"
              MC: Jay Begaye
              NH: Callin' Eagle
              SH: Cozad


              1st Annual Whispering Winds Contest Powwow - March 16-18, 2006
              MC: Pat Pacheco
              NH: Little Island Cree
              SH: Zotigh

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              • #8
                Youth Fest Powwow........a small powwow but usually a good one.....This powwow and Canyon Echoes are the only two known powwows in Chinle for the past several years........If you want a good show, Youth Fest is the one.....they go by the schedule and a few specials which is always quick and dancin' time again. They don't drag after midnight.

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                • #9
                  what's wrong with draggin' after midnight? That's what powwows are all about. The longer the better.
                  Last edited by ABdrum; 02-26-2006, 04:21 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Two weekends away!

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                    • #11
                      Awwww...

                      Yep, yep... we are excited bout this one... the kids are practicing and composing some new songs... ready to whip them out!
                      see ya'll there!!

                      safe travels everyone!
                      Happy Trails!....

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                      • #12
                        I really wanted to go to this one but I have plans for that night. I wish I could go and hear Calling Eagle, its been a long time since I heard them sing at a powwow. I made a fancy feather outfit for my ex's nephew and I want to see him dance but I'm trying to avoid her now, I need time away from her. Maybe I'll stop by later in the day for a hour or two.

                        Or three.

                        Or four.
                        "I Ahula Ula"
                        Enjoying the ride.
                        BETA SIGMA EPSILON

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Tiyospaye Yazzie
                          I really wanted to go to this one but I have plans for that night. I wish I could go and hear Calling Eagle, its been a long time since I heard them sing at a powwow. I made a fancy feather outfit for my ex's nephew and I want to see him dance but I'm trying to avoid her now, I need time away from her. Maybe I'll stop by later in the day for a hour or two.

                          Or three.

                          Or four.

                          I hear ya, I think alot of us are going through that right now. hehehe. Yeah, it's been awhile since I heard them sing too. Good singers with bright futures.

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                          • #14
                            I'm going to try to come over the mountain to this one. But it depends on Basketball.....

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by kiyaanii mom
                              I'm going to try to come over the mountain to this one. But it depends on Basketball.....
                              aww come on now!!! Rez ball is done and over with.. Well, in AZ anyways.....Start hoofin it, you'll there by Grand Entry. lol

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