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DEATHS

Anthony "Pee Wee" Roberts, 33

Born September 13, 1987

Died May 5, 2021

Mary J. Risor, 77

Born September 2, 1943

Died May 5, 2021

Bob Hutson, 70

Born August 14, 1950

Died May 5, 2021

Billy Monroe Sampson, 71

Born July 9, 1949

Died May 5, 2021

Shirley Wainman, 85

Born January 28, 1936

Died May 5, 2021

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THINGS TO DO

Saturday, May 8

Live Music

Sunday, May 9

The Break Mother's Day Specials

Wednesday, August 26, 2020, 7:39 AM

The Cherokee Nation’s 2020 virtual inter-tribal powwow and virtual car show are seeking participants to compete for a variety of prizes during this year’s 68th Cherokee National Holiday.

Categories for the virtual powwow include youth and adults. Participants can record their own dances and post them to their personal Twitter, Instagram or Facebook pages. Facebook videos must tag @CherokeeNationalHoliday to be considered in the contest, and posts made by the contestants should be viewable by the public. The full list of categories for the virtual powwow, along with contest rules, cash prize amounts, and videos submitted to the contest can be found at holiday.cherokee.org under the “Events” link.

Powwow participants must load their dance videos to Facebook before 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 31, to be considered for cash prizes. Winners will be announced on Sept. 5.

The powwow also includes an inter-tribal, non-judged category for dancers of any age to submit a video. The public can view the videos in this specific category and vote for their favorite by “liking” it on Facebook, with the number of “likes” determining the people choice.

Participants of the virtual car show can share a video of the interior and exterior of their classic rides on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Videos must be no more than two minutes long, and posts should include the #CNHCarShow2020. Facebook posts must tag @CherokeeNationalHoliday to be counted in the contest, and the post’s privacy setting must be set to “public.”

The virtual car show is open to the public and participants are not required to be affiliated with a tribe. The top three entries based on “likes” and views will be awarded a trophy and bragging rights.

Car show entries can be seen on by visiting holiday.cherokee.org and following the “Events” link to the virtual car show. The deadline for entries is Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. Winners will be announced on Sept. 5, after the deadline has passed.

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