Colorado salutes tribal pride

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Colorado salutes tribal pride

Ceremony greets Lt. Gov. Garcia before meeting with S. Utes
Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia greets 7-year-old Amarante Pardo, left, the Southern Ute Brave alternate, and his sister Eufemia Pardo, 6, the Southern Ute Little Miss alternate, during a proclamation ceremony in Ignacio.
Lt. Gov. Joseph Garcia, center, proclaimed Friday a day of recognition for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and lauded the sovereign nation’s positive impact to the state and region. Garcia and Tribal Council member Ramona Eagle, right, watch introductions of tribe members during the ceremony.
Colorado Lt. Governor Joseph Garcia, right, addresses Southern Ute Tribal members at a Proclamation ceremony in Ignacio. To the Lt. Governor’s left is Tribal Council members, Michael Olguin, Marjorie Borst, Alex Cloud and Joycelyn Dutchie.

Colorado salutes tribal pride

Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia greets 7-year-old Amarante Pardo, left, the Southern Ute Brave alternate, and his sister Eufemia Pardo, 6, the Southern Ute Little Miss alternate, during a proclamation ceremony in Ignacio.
Lt. Gov. Joseph Garcia, center, proclaimed Friday a day of recognition for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and lauded the sovereign nation’s positive impact to the state and region. Garcia and Tribal Council member Ramona Eagle, right, watch introductions of tribe members during the ceremony.
Colorado Lt. Governor Joseph Garcia, right, addresses Southern Ute Tribal members at a Proclamation ceremony in Ignacio. To the Lt. Governor’s left is Tribal Council members, Michael Olguin, Marjorie Borst, Alex Cloud and Joycelyn Dutchie.
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