Miss Sho-Ban Stormie Perdash joins new Miss Indian Day Queen Thalia Burnette and attendants.
By DANA HERNANDEZ
FORT HALL — The Fort Hall Indian Day Powwow royalty contest was Friday, September 27 at Timbee Hall.
Following is the new 2019-2020 Indian Day royalty listed.
Indian Day Queen: Thalia Burnette, (Sho-Ban), parents Jessica Bercier and Jordan Burnette, Fort Hall; first attendant- Chelsirae Means (Sho-Ban), parents Theodore Means and Yolanda Snipe, Fort Hall; second attendant Nikeea Farmer, (Sho-Ban), parents James Farmer and Ardella Tendoy, Fort Hall.
Indian Day Princess: Ebonee Whiteman (Sho-Ban), parent Chenyl Anderson, Pocatello; first attendant Neitiri DeGarmo, parents Tatum and Trevor DeGarmo, Ft. Hall, second attendant Susan Avila-Dixey, (Sho-Ban), parents LeeAnn and Vicente Avila.
Indian Day Jr. Princess: Cambri Buckskin (Sho-Ban/Sho-Pai), parents Blake Buckskin and Bobby Jo Jones, Fort Hall; first attendant- Te’Lah Pahvitse-Martinez (Sho-Ban), parent Patty Johnson, Pocatello; second attendant- Kalena Edmo, (Eastern Shoshone), parents Shy Clair & Rickie Edmo, Pocatello.
Indian Day Tzi-Tzi Princess: Elaya Villarreal (Sho-Ban), parents Alyssia Burns and Sergio Villarreal, Fort Hall; first attendant- Hunnie Rose Pahvitse, (Sho-Ban), parents Michael Pahvitse and Denae Jimmie, Fort Hall; second attendant- Chloe Lora (Sho-Ban), parents Juan and Meagen Lora, Fort Hall.
Top row: Indian Day Princess Ebonee Whiteman and attendants; bottom row from left, Indian
Day Jr. Princess Cambri Buckskin with attendants and Indian Day Tzi-Tzi Princess Elaya
Villarreal with attendants.
Indian Day Brave: Isaac Brunette (Sho-Ban), parent Natalia LaVatta, Fort Hall; first attendant Zander Aaron Broncho (Sho-Ban), parents Jordan & Sheryl Broncho, Fort Hall; Second attendant Golden Malcom Nappo-Vasquez (Sho-Ban), parent Inna K. Nappo, Blackfoot.
Indian Day Warrior: Keylii Tsosie (Navajo), parents Kara Tsosie and stepdad Alex Graves and Larry Tsosie, Pocatello; first attendant Burlee Broncho (Sho-Ban), parents Jake & Sara Broncho, Gibson; second attendant Kelton Pubigee (Sho-Ban), grandmother Verla B. Farmer, Ross Fork.
From left, Indian Day Brave Isaac Brunette with attendats and Indian Day Warrior Keylii Tsosie with attendants.