EVENT NEWS / February 28, 2008
Boise State University's Intertribal Native Council Hosts
Annual Seven Arrows Pow Wow
The Boise State University Intertribal Native Council will present the 15th
annual Seven Arrows Pow Wow March 22-23 in the Student Union Jordan
Ballroom. Admission is $5 general, $3 seniors, and free for children younger
than 10; tickets are available at the door. Grand entries will be at noon
and 7 p.m. March 22 and noon March 23.
The Intertribal Native Council is raffling off a print by acclaimed
photographer and Boise State professor Larry McNeil. The print is worth
$2,500, and tickets are $20 each. McNeil has been recognized by the National
Geographic Society for his work, which is also part of the State
Department’s Art in Embassies program. To purchase a ticket, call INC
president Hailey Wilson at (208) 791-5686. Proceeds will go to the INC.
This year’s emcee is Gary Watson of Blackfoot, and the arena director is
Leander “Little Bear” Watson of Fort Hall. Dancers and drummers from all
over the Intermountain West will compete during the Pow Wow for thousands of
dollars in cash prizes.
The INC is a student organization made up of students and non-students, both
native and non-native. For more information about the club or the Pow Wow,
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or
Media Contact: Julie Hahn, University Communications, (208) 426-5540,
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