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  • Eastern Shoshone Indian Days, Fort Washakie, WY 2009

    50th Annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days
    Fort Washakie, WY
    June 25-28, 2009

    Over $100,000 Total Payout
    Host Drum: “North Bear”, Lame Deer, MT
    Honor Drum: “Ghost Canyon”, Fort Hall, ID
    M.C.: Jason GoodStriker, Blood, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    Arena Director: Randy Paskamin, Cree, West Valley City, UT
    Thursday: Grand Entry 7 p.m. NO points Dance Specials will start & Royalty Contest
    Friday: Grand Entry for points 7 p.m. Contest All Categories
    Saturday: Indian Games 9:00 a.m., Give-aways, 12 noon - 5p.m., Grand Entry 6 p.m.
    Sunday: Parade 10:00 a.m., Feast 12 noon, Give-Aways 1:00- 3:00, Grand entry 4 p.m
    Drum Contest: Total Payout $15,000 (5,000, 4,000, 3,000, 2,000, 1,000)
    Day Money for Non-contest Drums
    Dance Contests
    Tiny-tots (0-6) $1,000 split
    Juniors (7-12) 1-$250 2-$150 3-$100 7 honorable Mentions $20 each
    Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Traditional, Fancy Feather, Grass & Traditional
    Teens (13-17) 1-$400 2-$300 3-$200 7 honorable Mentions $50 each Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Traditional, Fancy Feather, Grass & Traditional
    Adults (ages 18-54) 1-$1,000 2-$800 3-$600 7 Honorable Mentions $300 each Women’s Fancy Shawl, Women’s Jingle, Women’s Traditional, Men’s Fancy Feather, Men’s Grass, Men’s Fancy Prairie Chicken Dance, Men’s Traditional & Men’s Northern Buckskin/ Warbonnet,
    Golden Age Men/Women (ages 55 & over) all categories combined
    1-$1,000 2-$800 3-$600 7 Honorable Mentions $300 each
    Specials:
    Men’s Grass Special Sponsored by ESEC Chairman, Wayland Large $1,000 split
    Men’s Northern Buckskin/Warbonnet Sponsored by ESEC Secretary/Treasurer, “Weasel” Mann $1,000 split
    Men’s Fancy Sponsored by ESEC Vice-Chairman, George Abeyta $1,500 split
    Men’s Fancy Shawl Sponsored by ESEC Member, Gib Jarvis $500 split
    Men’s Northern Traditional Sponsored by ESEC Member, Herman St.Clair $1,500 split
    Hand Drum Contest Sponsored by ESEC Member, Wayland Bonatsie Prize Money TBA
    Committee Specials:
    Women’s Fancy Shawl $1,000 split
    Women’s Northern Traditional $1,000 split
    Women’s Jingle $1,000 split
    Free-Style Two Step $1,000 split


    Vendors: Arts & Crafts $200, Food $600 contact Wayland Large (307) 349-8031
    Chairman- Wayland Large, Secretary/Treasurer- “Weasel” Mann (307) 332-2380 ext. 5018, Vice Chairman-George Abeyta (307) 332-2380 ext. 5060

    "I'd rather be @ a POW-WOW!"

  • #2
    I thought you were posting the results from last years! jks

    How cool to have honorable mentions! Get more dancers some traveling money.
    ...it is what it is...

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    • #3
      thats what i thought too LOL, but sounds like a goot powwow to check out this year, see all the relatives

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      • #4
        Good pow wow for dancers!

        Originally posted by Furiously-Fancy View Post
        50th Annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days
        Fort Washakie, WY
        June 25-28, 2009

        Over $100,000 Total Payout
        Host Drum: “North Bear”, Lame Deer, MT
        Honor Drum: “Ghost Canyon”, Fort Hall, ID
        M.C.: Jason GoodStriker, Blood, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
        Arena Director: Randy Paskamin, Cree, West Valley City, UT
        Thursday: Grand Entry 7 p.m. NO points Dance Specials will start & Royalty Contest
        Friday: Grand Entry for points 7 p.m. Contest All Categories
        Saturday: Indian Games 9:00 a.m., Give-aways, 12 noon - 5p.m., Grand Entry 6 p.m.
        Sunday: Parade 10:00 a.m., Feast 12 noon, Give-Aways 1:00- 3:00, Grand entry 4 p.m
        Drum Contest: Total Payout $15,000 (5,000, 4,000, 3,000, 2,000, 1,000)
        Day Money for Non-contest Drums
        Dance Contests
        Tiny-tots (0-6) $1,000 split
        Juniors (7-12) 1-$250 2-$150 3-$100 7 honorable Mentions $20 each
        Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Traditional, Fancy Feather, Grass & Traditional
        Teens (13-17) 1-$400 2-$300 3-$200 7 honorable Mentions $50 each Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Traditional, Fancy Feather, Grass & Traditional
        Adults (ages 18-54) 1-$1,000 2-$800 3-$600 7 Honorable Mentions $300 each Women’s Fancy Shawl, Women’s Jingle, Women’s Traditional, Men’s Fancy Feather, Men’s Grass, Men’s Fancy Prairie Chicken Dance, Men’s Traditional & Men’s Northern Buckskin/ Warbonnet,
        Golden Age Men/Women (ages 55 & over) all categories combined
        1-$1,000 2-$800 3-$600 7 Honorable Mentions $300 each
        Specials:
        Men’s Grass Special Sponsored by ESEC Chairman, Wayland Large $1,000 split
        Men’s Northern Buckskin/Warbonnet Sponsored by ESEC Secretary/Treasurer, “Weasel” Mann $1,000 split
        Men’s Fancy Sponsored by ESEC Vice-Chairman, George Abeyta $1,500 split
        Men’s Fancy Shawl Sponsored by ESEC Member, Gib Jarvis $500 split
        Men’s Northern Traditional Sponsored by ESEC Member, Herman St.Clair $1,500 split
        Hand Drum Contest Sponsored by ESEC Member, Wayland Bonatsie Prize Money TBA
        Committee Specials:
        Women’s Fancy Shawl $1,000 split
        Women’s Northern Traditional $1,000 split
        Women’s Jingle $1,000 split
        Free-Style Two Step $1,000 split


        Vendors: Arts & Crafts $200, Food $600 contact Wayland Large (307) 349-8031
        Chairman- Wayland Large, Secretary/Treasurer- “Weasel” Mann (307) 332-2380 ext. 5018, Vice Chairman-George Abeyta (307) 332-2380 ext. 5060

        I like how the committee added the 7 consolation prizes in each age division. Really good coordinating and can help out travellers in these struggling times where powwows can be tuff to attend.

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        • #5
          We will have at least 5-10 more dance contest specials sponsored by our royalty and other community members. The committee also reserves 20 tepees for guests. Make your reservations early. Motels will be booked solid by April!
          "I'd rather be @ a POW-WOW!"

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          • #6
            Marked it on my calender!! :D:D we're so there!! give us another reason 2 come back 2 wyoming (besides the bball n softball tournys' ) lol... sounds like a good one! :D:D

            You can't double team a Triple Threat



            The Black Hills are NOT for sale



            ps. i'm still the greatest~n i'm prettylol

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Furiously-Fancy View Post
              We will have at least 5-10 more dance contest specials sponsored by our royalty and other community members. The committee also reserves 20 tepees for guests. Make your reservations early. Motels will be booked solid by April!
              How do we reserve a teepee? Wyo sounds right for 2009......

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              • #8
                Originally posted by native.nation View Post
                How do we reserve a teepee? Wyo sounds right for 2009......
                Just need your name and a phone number so we can confirm your arrival date and time just prior to the celebration.
                "I'd rather be @ a POW-WOW!"

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                • #9
                  do we get to take the teepee home with us? ayyyeeee
                  The only time its too late to start dancing is when you're dead.

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                  • #10
                    You'd probably have to take the owner home too.
                    ...it is what it is...

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                    • #11
                      Just reminding all you awesome pow-wow people about ESID 2009!! It's the 50th Annual and will be the bestest ESID ever!!!
                      "I'd rather be @ a POW-WOW!"

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                      • #12
                        I really liked this powwow that one time we went...just one grand entry & then dance all night...that's the way! LoL No heat stroke at noon grand entry! hahaha
                        "I'm so fresh and you so not..." ~ Dvera

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Siale View Post
                          I really liked this powwow that one time we went...just one grand entry & then dance all night...that's the way! LoL No heat stroke at noon grand entry! hahaha
                          You all come back now!!
                          "I'd rather be @ a POW-WOW!"

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                            • #15
                              Yay I wanna Try Out For The Queen! But Idk Kno How Old I Have To B. . . . Im Excited. . . .

                              **Tina StandingRock**

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