Miss Cama-i 2010

The competition was very close, but we have a winner! Congratulations to Miss Cama-i 2010 Yvonne Jackson from Kasigluk, Alaska!

Marshall Dancers

A little OOPS!!- All photos now posted!! :)
Photos from Sunday.

The Marshall Eskimo Dance Group is made up of mostly young adults and children. There are two elders who are actively involved with the group. The group would like to thank Paul Boots and Fedusia Shorty for guiding them and helping them preserve Native Culture that was nearly lost.

Leaders: Paul Boots and Jackie George

Welcome to Sunday!!

Come on down!! We are underway with great entertainment, dancing, socializing and enjoying the last day of Cama-i 2010!

The Marshall Dancers kicked off the day with a great round of songs from the Yukon!

Come Join Us!!

Sunday, March 28th

12:30 p.m. Doors Open

12:55 Relighting the Flame

1:00-1:10  Marshall Dancers

1:10-1:25  Tundra Taps – Napaskiak

1:25-1:45  Marshall Dancers returns to stage

1:45-2:15  Pavva Inupiaq Dancers

2:15-2:45  Ingrimiut Singers and Dancers

2:45-3:15  St. Mary’s Dancers

3:15-3:40  Patricia Bulitt – Mother of Mukluk Seal Mask Dance

3:40-4:10  Tomodachi Daiko – Taiko Drummers

4:10-4:40  Kalskag Dancers

4:40-5:10  Midnight Sun Cloggers

5:10-5:40  Nunapitchuk Dancers

5:40-6:10  Mt. Edgecumbe Native Dancers

6:10- Cama-i ~ Quyana Cakneq

6:15-6:45  Bethel Traditional Dancers

6:45-7:00  Dazzling Northern Lightz Dancers

7:00-7:30  Upallret Dancers

7:30-7:45  Static Elementz – Break Dancers

7:45-8:15  Kaluiarmute Kinguliarit

8:15-8:30  BRHS JROTC Drill Team

8:30-9:00  Closing: Yuraret Dancers

Mikelnguut Elitnaurviat- 1st Grade

Photos from Saturday Afternoon- By Tiffany Tony