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49th Annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days, Fort Washakie, WY

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  • song_bird_woman
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    NDN relay info......

    Originally posted by xox_jingledancer_xox View Post
    Does anyone have any info on the Indian Relay races?? or if they're having any?

    JULY 2, 3, 4, 2008

    Registration and Entry Fee Due June 27th, 2008.
    Cash or money orders sorry no checks.
    Races will be held during the evening.

    Relay Teams - Limit 12 teams
    Ladies Race - Limit 8
    50 & Over - Limit 8
    Chief Race -Limit 8

    Team Meeting 6:00pm July 1st, 2008 Team Representative needs to be present.

    For further Information please contact Marissa Timbana Shoshone Indian Relay Secretary at 3073498255.

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  • lilbigwoman
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    hmmm...smells like another CAR RIDE!!!

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  • Furiously-Fancy
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    ..........juss 2 weeks away. Hope to see alla yuz there!!

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  • mztaylor
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    aww man i wanna go to this one! lol time to start talkin the guys into going! lmao

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  • wyo_rose
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    Well.....I don't see the races listed on the rodeo flyer. I'll have to start asking around. It's too bad that we don't have relay races all the time anymore.

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  • wyo_rose
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    I'm sure they're having races as part of the rodeo. I'll try to find out more info. They're also having special memorial races with a BIG purse ($15K) the first part of July. I'll get the 411 on that too!

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  • xox_jingledancer_xox
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    Does anyone have any info on the Indian Relay races?? or if they're having any?

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  • wyo_rose
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    For some good food, stop by the Yard Sale right along the highway between the Store and the Station!!

    Due to the outrageous food vendor fees, we're going independent!!!

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  • Razzaq
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    WOW

    it sounds great.... it must be a good fun...

    :)

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  • captain
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    Originally posted by Furiously-Fancy View Post
    All drums are welcome......both Southern and Northern. "The Boyz" won the contest last year so we offered them the host spot. We nominated several southern drums for co-host, but it was turned down by the committee. It's pretty late in the game, but if there's a decent drum out there that would like to be the southern host and doesn't charge "an arm and a leg"----I can take it back to the committee. I'll definitely bring it up at the next meeting!
    Tansi,
    Hi there! We hosted the 1st pow-wow they had by the casino there. The people in this community were great hosts. Very good pow-wow and even got a round of 18 holes while we were there. A good friend of ours is always inviting us to this location every year, but we always seem to have a commitment elsewhere during this time. This year this is the only weekend we are not committed elsewhere, so we may check out Wildhorse this year.

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  • Furiously-Fancy
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    Originally posted by wyo_rose View Post
    Yeah, it's just all the kids being rowdy and fighting each other. I don't think there's any danger to visitors. And now the committee hires security that doesn't stand around together and visit...right, FF?

    I can't wait...it's gonna be a good one! And I'm NOT having a stand so I'll be able to watch on.

    Don't forget the RMICA Indian Days rodeo about 200 yards away on Saturday. And the Lil Cowpokes rodeo (for kids) that usually happens on Friday.

    They'll be Indian Relay races too and other horse racing.
    That's right WYO!

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  • Furiously-Fancy
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    Originally posted by dancing bear View Post
    thunderhill was there the year I went.. and I think a couple of other southern drums as well.. they should have a southern host as well.. since there is southern catogories.. hm?
    All drums are welcome......both Southern and Northern. "The Boyz" won the contest last year so we offered them the host spot. We nominated several southern drums for co-host, but it was turned down by the committee. It's pretty late in the game, but if there's a decent drum out there that would like to be the southern host and doesn't charge "an arm and a leg"----I can take it back to the committee. I'll definitely bring it up at the next meeting!

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  • wyo_rose
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    Yeah, it's just all the kids being rowdy and fighting each other. I don't think there's any danger to visitors. And now the committee hires security that doesn't stand around together and visit...right, FF?

    I can't wait...it's gonna be a good one! And I'm NOT having a stand so I'll be able to watch on.

    Don't forget the RMICA Indian Days rodeo about 200 yards away on Saturday. And the Lil Cowpokes rodeo (for kids) that usually happens on Friday.

    They'll be Indian Relay races too and other horse racing.

    Leave a comment:


  • MrsArapahoSparkz
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    Awwwww Maybe We'll Go If We Get A New Car By Denn...ours Is Gettin Real Beasty!! An The Fights?? Mostly Lil Kids Jus Gettin Sum Energy Out...at Least Ndns Know How To Get Into A Good Clean Fight An Have It B Over With No Guns An Bs Like That...so I Don't Think Its Real Gang Stuff Wannabee More Likely...buh I Think Security Does Their Best, Ndns Are Squirrily Lil Runners Haha

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  • jwashee
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    I bet that is a gooood one!! My grandmother family came from windriver {Arapahoe side } and we used to go the the sundance and then go to the ethete powwow. GREAT CHILDHOOD DAYS THOSE WERE. Do you know anything about that powwow yet?

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