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Rally in the Valley

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Event# 620-251-7700

Event Details

Rally in the Valley ( Coffeyville Community College's youth competition & Intertribal Pow wow.

Head Staff

Master of Ceremonies - Titus Frenchman
Head Singer: Joe Deerinwater
Head Man : Kenny Brown
Head Lady : Debra Canard
Head Boy : Blue Hasse
Head Girl : Kele Hasse
Area Director: Chris Jones

Noon Doors Open to Public
1:00 p.m. Youth Grand Entry & Competition Points Awarded
4:30 p.m. Hand Drum Competition $250 - Winner take All
5:00 p.m. Dinner Break - on Your Own
6:00 p.m. Host Leape Gourd Clan
7:00 p.m. Adult grand Entry
Delaware Tribe Color Guard
All Adult Contest

Concessions Available
Doors Open to Vendors 9:30 a.m.
For more VENDOR Information Contact Taylor Davis
620-251-7700,ext 2092 or taylord@coffeyville.edu

Rally in the Valley

Address : 400 West 11th.street Coffeyville ((Nellis Hall)) Coffeyville KS
Phone : 620-251-7700   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : taylord@coffeyville.edu

Web Address :
Admission Fee : Free/No charge

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