Ontaria Arrow White will take on the role of Miss Shoshone-Bannock.
FORT HALL —Stormie Perdash has resigned her title of Miss Shoshone-Bannock 2019-2020 and the Shoshone-Bannock Royalty Committee accepted it January 4.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 Shoshone-Bannock Festival was cancelled so the committee asked all title holders including Miss Shoshone-Bannock to retain their titles until 2021.
The Royalty Committee and the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes thanked Perdash for her service and wished her good luck in her future endeavors.
Former Miss Sho-Ban Stormie Perdash.
The Royalty Committee asked first attendant Ontaria Arrow White to step up to accept the title and she has.
Ontaria is 20 years old and resides in the Fort Hall District. She said she is excited to carry on the title of Miss Shoshone-Bannock. She is the daughter of December Arrow White and the granddaughter of Sandra and Clinton Plentywounds. She has two siblings Clover and Zids Arrow White.
Ontaria is a student at Idaho State University working on general courses with plans to go into the Nutrition program.