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Posted November 12, 2010

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Highland High School Native American Pageant

The pageant was billed as an “evening of talent and culture.”   The pageant contestants were very excited to take on the challenge of competing for the titles of Chief and Miss Native HHS.  The contestants did an excellent job presenting their talents and sharing significant parts of their lives.  Talent demonstrations included singing, storytelling, explaining the significance of the Santo Domingo cradleboard, elements of Navajo weaving, and Navajo sand painting.  Congratulations go out to Christina Coriz and Stevie Stevenson who were selected Miss Native Highland and Chief.  They will be representing the Highland High School and community at various events throughout the year, spearheading holiday food and toy drives, and participating in student government.

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