Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston
19414 E. Hwy 6
Alvin, Texas 77511
281-331-9788

www.CherokeesHouston.org

CCS Spring Inter-Tribal Powwow
March 24th & 25th  2007
Alvin Community College
Alvin, Texas

Color Guard

Flags were flying in Alvin, Texas for the United States, Texas, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the POW/MIA.

Head Staff

Grand Entry - Friday
Our Head Lady was Yolanda Ponco - Ala Coushatta
Our Head Man was Vance Beaver - Muskogee Creek
Our Head Gourd Dancer was Ron Hendricks

Grand Entry - Friday
Our Head Lady was Yolanda Ponco - Ala Coushatta
Our Head Man was Vance Beaver - Muskogee Creek
Our Head Gourd Dancer was Ron Hendricks

Our Arena Directo was Steve Triplett, assisted by Lem Guthery

Our Master of Ceremony was Barry Langley and
Chic Dog of the Ala. Coushatta

Our Head Singer and Drummer was Davie Johnson of the Ala. Coushatta of Livingston, Texas.

Grand Entry

This is one of the most beautiful moment of the Pow Wow!
The dancers are dressed in bright colors and are ready to dance.

Dance Time!

Gourd Dance is used to cleanse the arena.

Veterans Dance is to honor all veterans of any military service.

Inter-Tribal Dance is for all to join in and
dance to the beat of the drum.

Cherokee Two Step is a dance that the woman asks the man.
If he turns her down, he owes her $5.00.

Awards Pictures, Behind the Scene Pictures

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Pow-wow pictures are courtesy of Vidal Rivera and Lem Guthery.
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Last updated on May 14, 2007