Class of 2021 Students & Parents:
San Juan College has offered Navajo Preparatory Class of 2021 the opportunity to fund raise at their 10th annual Pow Wow which will be held on their campus, Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22. The event is expected to run from 4 to 9 p.m. on Friday, and 1 to 9 p.m. on Saturday. We will be providing concession at this Pow Wow. This is our first major fundraiser for the year and we are excited that SJC has given this to us. Keep in mind that students are fundraising for their Prom next year and graduation expenses for senior year.
We will need parents/students to sign up for times and/or to bring items. If you are able to contribute or to sign up for concession times, please let me know as soon as possible. We are accepting donations for the following:
- Soda products
- Baking Soda
- Vegetable Oil
- Candy Bars
- Hamburgers-Hamburger Buns
- Hot Dogs-Hot Dog Buns
The time frames we need help on are:
Friday, Sept 21: 3:00-5:00-Set up, 4:30-7:30 working concession, 7:00-9:00 Clean up
Saturday, Sept 22: 12:00-3:00 Set/Up & Concession, 2:00-5:00 pm Concession 4:00-9:00 Concession & Clean Up
This is a great opportunity to start our fundraising for the year! Please let me know if you have any questions and/or can help at any of the times listed above or assist with donations. I can be reached at 505-215-6408 or via email at moc.p1540055120erpoj1540055120avan@1540055120osten1540055120edr1540055120
(Sophomore Class Sponsor)
Information from SJC on their Invited host groups include the Northern Host Drum, The Horses, from Ft. Defiance, Arizona, with the lead singer, Kenny Brown, and the Southern Host Drum, Cozad, from Anadarko, Oklahoma, with lead singer, Rusty Cozad. Mike Salabiye will preside as the master of ceremonies, while Michael Grant will serve as arena director. Head Gourd Dancer is San Juan College alumni, Duane Harris, with Audio Chief providing the sound system.
New this year to the Pow Wow is the coronation of 2018-19 Ms. Indian San Juan College. Crowning the new princess will be reigning Ms. Indian San Juan College, Kahlaya Rose McKinney, as part of the Saturday evening events.
General admission to the Pow Wow is $3; $2, over 60 (with photo ID), $1 with San Juan College ID, and children under five are free. Advanced purchase from September 19-20 at the San Juan College Native American Center is $1 for general admission. Cash only.
Arts and crafts spaces are available to reserve. Call 505-566-3623 or visit *protected email* or www.sanjuancollege.edu/nac for more information.