Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.) 1985-current, June 27, 1985, Image 28

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87th Annual Flathead Reservation PowWow July 3 - 7 , 1985 Arlee, Montana JULY 3: Camp Day JULY 4: Opening Ceremony, 7 p.m. JULY 6: Miss Flathead 1985 announced JULY 7: Indian Mass, 11 am. Contest Dancing -■ $ 14,000 in prize money (Registration closes July 6 at 2 p.m.) Drumming Contest - $1,200 in prize money (Drums not competing will be paid) Stick Game Tournament ($100 per team to enter) -- $15,000 in prize money Arts and Crafts Concessions Gambling Tepee poles furnished Electrical hook-ups available Information: 406/745-4242 -------------- SCHEDULE OF EVENTS ------------------ WEDNESDAY, July 3: Camp Day. Memorial cere­ monies, 7 to 8:30 p.m. (NO gambling allowed during ceremony!) THURSDAY, July 4: Opening Prayer, 2 p.m., followed by introduction of Miss Flathead contestants and inter-tribal war dancing. The evening's inter-tribal dancing begins at 7 p.m. with the Grand Entry. FRIDAY, July 5: At 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. -- Grand Entry, exhibition and inter-tribal war dancing. SATURDAY, July 6: Stick Game Tourney begins at 11 a.m. Traditional feast hosted by the Pistol creek Singers, 1 p.m. Registration closes a t 6 p.m. Grand Entry and 4 categories of 7-to-n years of age contests begin 2 p.m. EVENING: 7 p.m. -- Grand Entry, Miss Flathead 1985 announced, inter-tribals, con­ tests begin for 4 categories in the 12-to-i 7 age class. SUNDAY, July 7: Indian Mass (NO gambling at this time!), 11 a.m.; 2 p.m. -- Grand Entry, Snake Dance, inter-tribals, Golden Age Honor Dances, Grass Dance; (adult category only). EVENING: 7 p.m. -- Grand Entry, inter-tribals, 4 categories of contests for m en and women dancers; announcem e n t o f Drum of the Year; Hom a S w eet Home dance. Property Of Pablo, Montana A message from M iss F lathead: Sx +> Ixa ( G reetings): Welcome to the 8 7 th A n n u a l F lathead R eservation- wide Row Wow. We hope y o u enjoy y o u r stay in our b eautiful realm. I have h a d a good y e a r o f representing m y people a t many pow wows and workshops. I f e e l good. I f e e l I have represented my people to the best o f m y a b ility. W ith this I am very g r a te ful to m y parents, m y fa m ily, the Flathead Pow Wow Committee, and a ll who have supported me through these two terms. I thank y o u all. Also, I thank the T r ib a l Council f o r its support a n d encouragement. To the fu tu r e M iss F latheadfor 1 9 8 5 -1986, I express m y best wishes, support, and hope f o r a good year. In closing God bless y o u and d rive carefully. Doreena Plant xest sx^szn spsv (Good Dreamer) Miss Flathead 1983-84-85 r w w w v w w w w A

Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.), 27 June 1985, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn87001367/1985-06-27/ed-1/seq-28/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.