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    Well the powwow was alright i guess, Dancing Eagle and Redtail Jammed. Only Danced at the evening session, me and my cuz guy messed around during our dance. awesome moves we had....lol......a tribute to someone we "Really" Look up too........"oh my boy i had a good time"
    kinda still wondering what whitehawk was singing and what kind of beat they had.....
    "Go Make Sweat!!!" -Sonny Kennedy- 2003


    don't get mad at me im just a critic

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    I was there, here is my CDA casino pow-wow report:

    I came, I saw, I left.

    I got there about a half hour before dinner break, and headed out.
    It is so sad that a family can torn apart by something as simple as a wild pack of dogs.

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    • #3
      I went to this powwow two years ago and it was alright then. I missed this year. Invited drums only. I just tell the boys on our youth drum they just need work hard to earn their place as singers as not everyone has the patience to put up with young learners "just trying". Today's kids want everything handed on a plate. Hard to get them to commit, even harder to get them to improve, everything should be good enough. My hope is that by the time they're teens, they'll sing well enough to be invited to the invitation-only powwows, even the little local yokel ones like CDA Casino and the Tribal School Powwow in Toppenish. Oh and I guess being related to the right people and having the right friends helps too. Funny, though, we actually have a Nomee in our group, too... LOL

      White Hawk is a southern style drum from the Colville Rez. They are one of two groups that re-formed after the Golden Eagle drum retired ... White Hawk led by Faran Sohappy and Golden Eagle Juniors led by Steven Iukes. They have a good sense of humor and good hearts. Dunno what song was in question or how strange the "beat" was, you'd have to ask them about it.
      "Friends don't let friends drink decaf..."
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      • #4
        i know what southern style is......but what the H E two double hockey sticks was that though im asking?
        Last edited by CloudN9ne; 03-28-2008, 11:37 AM. Reason: misspell
        "Go Make Sweat!!!" -Sonny Kennedy- 2003


        don't get mad at me im just a critic

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        • #5
          Cd'A Casino Pow Wow

          I was there for about a 1/2 an hour. I went outta my way to check out that guy's dvd's, then just my luck, he didn't set up his stand? But, it was alright I guess? We had committed to attend another something at the rez. I had plans and reserved a room and everything, but not like I really missed anything? Everyone posts stuff anyway.
          "~~~The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits~~~ Einstein"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CloudN9ne View Post
            i know what southern style is......but what the H E two double hockey sticks was that though im asking?
            Sorry if my answer too remedial. LOL

            I'm curious, what kind of dance was it too? Intertribal? Or a contest category? Now I'm just curious....
            "Friends don't let friends drink decaf..."
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