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American Indian Activities


Key Youth Committee Members and Assignments
Key Adult Committee Advisers and Assignments
Goals & Preliminary Program Plans for the Conference
Documents/Competition Rules

Key Youth Committee Members and Assignments:

Will Swingle - Conference Vice Chief
Sean Ferrier - Competitions
Jordan Thole - Training
Charlie Copeland - Administration
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Key Adult Committee Advisers and Assignments:

Wayne Dukes - Lead Adviser
Ken Hood - Showcase/Special Events
Chris Bryant - Competitions
Jim Ross - Training

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Goals & Preliminary Program Plans for the Conference:

Arrowmen should visit the AIA area to learn about Native American crafts & culture, to see the best outfits and dancers in the nation, and experience the flash of the pow-wow.

  • Dancing
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Indian Lore
  • AIA Training
  • Founders Day Pow Wow

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Documents/Competition Rules:

American Indian Craft Extravaganza Rules
Historical Group Dance Competition Rules
Individual Dance Rules
Northern/Southern Singing Rules
Outfit: Contemporary & Traditional Critique
Outfit: Fancy Critique
Outfit: Modern Grass Critique
Outfit: Old Time Sioux Critique
Outfit: Straight Outfit Critique


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Revised 4/09/2009


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