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  • Updated Keshena Pow-wow!!!!

    40th Annual Menominee Nation Contest Pow-wow
    Keshena, WI Aug 4-6 2006

    Over $65,000 in Prize Money

    Host Drum: Straight Across
    -lead singer: John Teller Jr.
    Arena Director: Dana Warrington
    Head N. Drum Judge: Richard O’Kimosh
    Head S. Drum Judge : Gii-Shik Pyawasit

    Grand Entry

    Friday 7pm
    Sat. 12 noon, 7pm
    Sun 12 noon

    Drum Contest
    Northern and Southern separate

    1st 5,000
    2nd 3,000
    3rd 2,000
    4th 1,000
    5th 500

    Golden Age 45+
    Mens and Womens

    1st 1,000
    2nd 800
    3rd 600
    4th 400

    Adult 18-44
    Mens N. Traditional, S. Straight, Grass, Fancy
    Womens N. Traditional, S. Cloth and Buckskin combined
    Jingle, Fancy Shawl

    1st 1,000
    2nd 800
    3rd 600
    4th 400

    Teens 13-17
    Boys Traditional, Grass, Fancy
    Girls Traditional, Jingle, Fancy

    1st 300
    2nd 250
    3rd 200
    4th 150

    Jr’s 6-12
    Boys Traditional, Grass, Fancy
    Girls Traditional, Jingle, fancy

    1st 200
    2nd 150
    3rd 100
    4th 50

    Tiny Tots paid Sat. and Sunday day session

    >>>>>>>>>>SPECIALS<<<<<<<<<<<

    Friday night winner take all
    1` winner in each adult category $300

    Iron Man Mens Fancy Dance
    Champion $1500 + a jacket
    Consl. 500

    Mens Chicken Dance
    1st 300
    2nd 200
    3rd 100

    Old style Menominee Womens Applique special
    1st 300
    2nd 200
    3rd 100

    Teen Girls Jingle Special
    Sponsored by Jr Miss Menominee: Natasha Tomow
    Prizes T.B.A.

    Dance and Drum Registration
    Fri 3pm -8pm
    Sat. 10am -12noon ((No Exceptions))


    Menominee Pow-wow Contacts
    General Info: Sue White 715-799-4602
    Rose Wayka 715-799-4849
    Vendor Info: Lorena Thoms 715-799-5997
    Arena Info: Dana Warrington 715-304-8843

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