‘Warriors for A Cure Powwow’ is Sept. 7 in Muskogee

BY STAFF REPORTS
07/17/2019 02:30 PM
MUSKOGEE – Team Phoenix made up of staff located at the Cherokee Nation Three Rivers Health Center in Muskogee is inviting powwow dancers, drummers, sponsors and volunteers to assist with and take part in the second annual “Warriors for A Cure Powwow” to fight cancer.

The powwow will be held 3-11 p.m., Sept. 7 at the Three Rivers Health Center at 1001 S. 41st Street East.

Head Man will be Mason Bighorse, Head Lady Emma Gutierrez and Head Singer Jamison Concha. Junior Head Man is Jasper Birdtail and Junior Head Lady is Lillie McCann. Head Gourd Dancer will be Talon Satepauhoodle.

Mickey Girty will be the arena director, and Greg Bilby and Christopher Hill will be the masters of ceremonies.

The powwow is a family-friendly event. No alcohol or tobacco is allowed.

For more information, call Derek Birdtail at 918-200-3022 or Lora Cortez at 918-839-1372.

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