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  • Sisseton Veteran's Pow-wow

    Does anyone have any info on the Veteran's Pow-wow in Sisseton????
    In Loving Memory of Allen Alberts Sr.
    March 1, 1945 to February 16, 2005
    R.I.P Daddy
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    As long as you keep a person down, some part of you is down there to hold that person down. So you don't soar higher than you want.



    ~~~CutHead Band of Sioux~~~


    ~~Native Pride~~



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    sisseton veterans pow wow info...2008

    im looking for information on the pow wow too..??? does anyone know or know where i can find a pow wow poster about the pow wow...??

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    • #3
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      teens
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      • #4
        Heard this one was REALLY small....probably cuz of the weather and Winnipeg up I-29..lol.

        Heard there was only like 5 or 6 mens fancy, 2 women's fancy, and 2 GA men's grass. Still waitin on the final report from my source...lol.

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        • #5
          well ok ndnMSW:

          what's the final report from "the source"??

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          • #6
            My "source" had no report...lol. Wouldn't you know, my source got involved in some drama-rama and didn't even finish the powwow, much less be able to report on who won. So, I'm still trying to think of someone to call to find out who won and whatnot....lol. My source did say that Red Lake Singers were recording a CD there but didn't even look to see who all was singing with Johnny Smith. Dang...can't remember when I've last seen a Red Lake Singers CD....lol.

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