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Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail Ride takes off

Doris Powers Lauing
Photo by Doris Powers LauingWillie and Loretta Cowan Ranch along with children and grandchildren provided three generations on the trail maneuvering the Bull-Whacker train over the Bad River, through the main street of Fort Pierre and up Verendrye Hill at the start of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail Ride. Other friends accompanied them horseback.
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The kick off of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail began Tuesday evening, July 29, with a pork barbeque and ceremonies in Fort Pierre, SD. Approximately 700 people were served the cash supper followed by Chuck ‘Pistol Packin’ Poaches, Co-Chairman and Master of Ceremonies welcoming everyone. Webster Two Hawk gave the invocation and Fort Pierre Mayor Sam Tidball, Pierre Mayor Lauire Gill, and Deadwood Mayor Francis Toscana shared welcome statements.

The kick off of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail began Tuesday evening, July 29, with a pork barbeque and ceremonies in Fort Pierre, SD. Approximately 700 people were served the cash supper followed by Chuck ‘Pistol Packin’ Poaches, Co-Chairman and Master of Ceremonies welcoming everyone. Webster Two Hawk gave the invocation and Fort Pierre Mayor Sam Tidball, Pierre Mayor Lauire Gill, and Deadwood Mayor Francis Toscana shared welcome statements.

The kick off of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail began Tuesday evening, July 29, with a pork barbeque and ceremonies in Fort Pierre, SD. Approximately 700 people were served the cash supper followed by Chuck ‘Pistol Packin’ Poaches, Co-Chairman and Master of Ceremonies welcoming everyone. Webster Two Hawk gave the invocation and Fort Pierre Mayor Sam Tidball, Pierre Mayor Lauire Gill, and Deadwood Mayor Francis Toscana shared welcome statements.

The kick off of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail began Tuesday evening, July 29, with a pork barbeque and ceremonies in Fort Pierre, SD. Approximately 700 people were served the cash supper followed by Chuck ‘Pistol Packin’ Poaches, Co-Chairman and Master of Ceremonies welcoming everyone. Webster Two Hawk gave the invocation and Fort Pierre Mayor Sam Tidball, Pierre Mayor Lauire Gill, and Deadwood Mayor Francis Toscana shared welcome statements.

The kick off of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail began Tuesday evening, July 29, with a pork barbeque and ceremonies in Fort Pierre, SD. Approximately 700 people were served the cash supper followed by Chuck ‘Pistol Packin’ Poaches, Co-Chairman and Master of Ceremonies welcoming everyone. Webster Two Hawk gave the invocation and Fort Pierre Mayor Sam Tidball, Pierre Mayor Lauire Gill, and Deadwood Mayor Francis Toscana shared welcome statements.

The kick off of the Fort Pierre to Deadwood Trail began Tuesday evening, July 29, with a pork barbeque and ceremonies in Fort Pierre, SD. Approximately 700 people were served the cash supper followed by Chuck ‘Pistol Packin’ Poaches, Co-Chairman and Master of Ceremonies welcoming everyone. Webster Two Hawk gave the invocation and Fort Pierre Mayor Sam Tidball, Pierre Mayor Lauire Gill, and Deadwood Mayor Francis Toscana shared welcome statements.


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