Diversity Awareness Office
American Indian Heritage Day 2012
September 28, 2011
In 2009, the Montana Legislature passed a state law, sponsored by Sen. Jonathan Windy Boy, formally recognizing the last Friday of every September as American Indian Heritage Day for all Montanans to reflect on and celebrate American Indian culture and heritage.
Please Join us in celebrating the contributions of American Indian people to society by taking part in the days' festivities.
Schedule of Events
Master of Ceremonies - Christian Takes Gun Parrish
10:45 AM - Tipi Raising
11:00 AM - Opening Prayer
Welcome - President Waded Cruzado
Opening Remarks - Bill Yellowtail
11:20 - Bobcat Singers/Dance Demonstrations
12:00 PM - Traditional Indigenous Game Stations
1:00 Supaman, Native American Hip Hop
For more information please contact Scott Zander at 406-994-4880 or Phenocia Bauerle 406-994-5801 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRESHMAN and SOPHMORES - Get ChampChange Points for Attending!
Sponsored by the Office of the President, American Indian Council, Diversity Awareness Office, Native American Studies, ASMSU Campus Entertainment, and the Museum of the Rockies