2011.04.13 > For Immediate Release
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UNO Inter-Tribal Student Council to Host Pow Wow April 23
Omaha - The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Inter-Tribal Student Council (ITSC) will host an all nations pow wow Saturday, April 23, in the Sapp Fieldhouse.
The event begins at 1 p.m., and dancing continues until 10 p.m. Admission is free, and traditional Native American food will be served.
The pow wow theme is "Honoring Our Past and Celebrating Our Future." The public is invited to join in the festivities, which bring together Native Americans and non-Natives to honor the generations with indigenous dance, song, arts and traditional crafts.
Members of the head staff and their affiliations will include:
- Head Man: Lewis St. Cyr (Winnebago);
- Head Lady: Mali Cloud (Sisseton);
- Emcee: Mario Zendejas (Omaha);
- Arena Director: Shannon LeRoy (Omaha); and
- Host Drums: Urban Crew (Northern; Young Generation (Southern); Young Buck (Southern).
Event sponsors include the ITSC, the UNO Native American Studies Alumni Association, the community at large, UNO Recruitment Services, the UNO Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs, the Honor Indians Institute, Native American Studies faculty, Union Pacific and other donors.
For more details or vendor information, contact Cindy Krafka, (402) 554-2248.
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