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This Page Features The Reining Southern Paiute Veterans Princess

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THIS PAGE IS A DEDICATION AND...

 

A SPECIAL TRIBUTE,       TO HONOR,

ALL THOSE who serve as our PRINCESS.

A SPECIAL NOTE:

The photographic and personal records are missing from several of the original earlier year Princesses, SOPVA.COM is requesting that if we were honored to have you serve as one of our yearly Princesses, please contact us to submit your name as you wish listed, along with photographs and a brief biography along with the year of your rein, as some others have already done. We want all of our Princesses represented here, we are proud of you and how you have helped to serve the Southern Paiute Veterans Association!

The TWENTY-FOURTH and CURRENT Southern Paiute Veterans Princess


Tawvoots Falon Spute
2019-2020

        

      

        



Tawvoots Falon Spute is 14 years old and an enrolled member of the Kaibab Band of Paiutes. She resides in Eagle Mountain Village on the Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation in Arizona.

Tawvoots is the daughter of Denise Spute, of Kaibab, and the granddaughter of Ron Spute, from the Moapa Band of Paiutes, and the late Linde Jake of Kaibab.

Tawvoots is a freshman at Kanab High School and is involved in volleyball, choir and Upward Bound. She is conscious of her grades in school as she hopes to choose the college of her choice upon graduation. Her current sight is on becoming a lawyer.

Tawvoots enjoys baking, the color purple and is a Northern Tradtional dancer

 

 

THE SOUTHERN PAIUTE
VETERANS ASSOCIATION
PRINCESS CROWN PRIOR TO 2018



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During the reign of Mariah Ashley Mike, 2002-2003 The Princess Crown was created by her Aunt, Melba Anderson, and was donated to the Southern Paiute Veterans Association on her behalf. This donation was acknowledged in that same year of 2002 by Homer Long whom we here quote: "The Southern Paiute Veterans Association Pagent Committee had the opportunity to understand and hear the history of the beaded crown. At this time the pagent committee will recognize and acknowledge Melba Anderson and Family for their hard work dedication and donating the beaded crown to the Southern Paiute Veterans Association. Homer Long. Thank you so much!"

 

 

 

TO VIEW PRIOR SOUTHERN PAIUTE VETERANS PRINCESSES CLICK HERE

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