LEECH LAKE TRIBAL COLLEGE ANNUAL
Anwebiwin Niimi’idiwin Resting Powwow
Saturday May 19th, 2018
Veterans Memorial Grounds • Cass Lake, MN
Grand Entry: 1:00pm & 6:30pm
FREE ADMISSION • EVERYONE WELCOME
DINNER STARTS AT 5:00PM
SPIRITUAL ADVISOR: Mike Smith.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Branden Bowstring
ARENA DIRECTOR: David Northbird.
HOST DRUM: LLTC
LEECH LAKE HONOR GUARD
Kim Dickson: 218-335-4242 or firstname.lastname@example.org
(NO refunds will be given after payment)
Dancers must be dressed in full regalia and registered for both sessions to receive honorarium.
LLTC Committee will not tolerate any drug/alcohol use while on property. Fighting or gang activities to promote a negative atmosphere will not be allowed. Any violations will result in removal from Powwow grounds by security and/or onsite law enforcement personnel. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
The mission of the Leech Lake Tribal College Student Princess and Brave Program is to promote, recruit, remind, and provide educational opportunities to outstanding individuals and carry out the mission of LLTC by providing quality higher education grounded in Anishinaabe values.
The vision of the Leech Lake Tribal College Student Princess and Brave Program is to enhance the LLTC vision of becoming recognized as a center of academic excellence. The LLTC Student Princess and Brave Program will provide an opportunity to individuals to gain additional life experience, increase personal and professional skills, and to develop performance-related & other talents; while illustrating to concerned constituents the importance of tradition and recruitment/retention primarily at powwows and other events that involve the community, school functions, etc.
Application Checklist for LLTC Student Princess & Brave consists of the following:
Student Princess & Brave Application Form
Eligibility Requirements and Guidelines for Recipients Agreement
Grades & Attendance Verification Request
Student Princess and Brave Essay & Community Involvement