Last updated: October 05. 2013 1:16AM - 1301 Views
By Agnes Hapka



Nick Cook, member of All Nations Drum, dances with two small Battle Days participants, Haylee and Rilee See. All Nations Drum, led by John Helton Spotted Horse, will perform a “Fallen Warriors” ceremony tonight at 6 p.m. at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Helton said that he and his group are here to have a good time and educate people about Native American traditions.
Nick Cook, member of All Nations Drum, dances with two small Battle Days participants, Haylee and Rilee See. All Nations Drum, led by John Helton Spotted Horse, will perform a “Fallen Warriors” ceremony tonight at 6 p.m. at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Helton said that he and his group are here to have a good time and educate people about Native American traditions.
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Sharon Nibert, crowned Heritage Queen for this year’s Battle Days, with her crown and sash. Nibert is a Point Pleasant resident who enjoys sewing and baking. Other contestants at the event were Beverly Ridenour, Sharon Ranck, Rhonda Fetty, and Charlotte Rose Knaul.


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