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Fry bread being is cooked at the Fort Pierce Indian Day celebration Sept. 26 at Chupco’s Landing. (Photo Analicia Austin)
It’s ready, aim, fire at the Big Cypress Indian Day’s archery competition Sept. 26. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Josh Sneed and Lance Tommie take part in the horseshoe toss competition in Fort Pierce. (Photo Analicia Austin)
Members of the Cypress family, Sydnee Cypress, Esther Buster, Eileen Cypress, Quenton Cypress, Dakotah Cypress, Terinna Cypress and Darlah Cypress, enjoy the Big Cypress Indian Day. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Resha Doctor and Ayze Henry race against time in their canoe during the Big Cypress Indian Day celebration. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Antonio Timothy, left, and Remus Griffin participate in Fort Pierce’s Indian Day horseshoe toss competition. (Photo Analicia Austin)
These girls try to corner the chickens so they can grab them during the chicken chase at Brighton’s Indian Day celebration. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Ameliana Osceola, 6, drags the thatch to the finish line during the kids’ competition in Brighton.Beverly Bidney Ameliana Osceola, 6, drags the thatch to the finish line during the kids’ competition in Brighton. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Adrian Baker and Carla Gopher Rodriguez pull away from the competition during a canoe race at the Brighton Indian Day celebration Sept. 27. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Salina Dorgan, Amber Craig and Jennie Eagle show off their fry bread at the Brighton Indian Day celebration Sept. 27. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Brighton Councilman Larry Howard successfully carries three logs during the cypress race on Indian Day. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Adrian Baker and Sandy Billie show their support for the University of Miami Hurricanes during Brighton’s Indian Day at Tucker Ridge. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Tyler Harjochee and Joe Kippenberger paddle past The Guitar Hotel while competing in Hollywood’s Indian Day canoe races on the pond across U.S. 441 from the iconic hotel Sept. 26. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Cooking fry bread is hard work, especially in the heat under the chickee. Cornelia Osceola was part of the friendly competition in the senior category as part of Indian Day events on the Hollywood Reservation at the Community Culture Center Sept. 25. (Photo Damon Scott)
From left, Naha Jumper, Abelardo Garcia, Richard Osceola and Hollywood Councilman Chris Osceola compete in the Hollywood Indian Day clothing contest. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Many of the participants in the Hollywood clothing contest gather at midcourt of the Howard Tiger Recreation Center basketball court for a photo. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Daphney Osceola-Hahn, Elizabeth Martinez, Mike Cantu and Griffin Billie all enjoyed Indian Day in Hollywood. (Photo Damon Scott)
Blake Osceola is focused on the target during the axe throwing competition in Hollywood. (Photo Damon Scott)
Mingo Jones takes aim during the archery contest in Hollywood. (Photo Damon Scott)
Herbert Jim at the Tampa Indian Day celebration in Lakeland. (Photo Joel Colon)
Krishawn Henry goes to work in the log peeling contest in Hollywood. (Photo Damon Scott)
Adrienne Bell, left, and Jessica Osceola paddle hard as they near the finish line in the Hollywood Indian Day canoe race. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
From left, Carla Cypress, Shannon Tiger and Rochelle Osceola cook fry bread at the Community Culture Center in Hollywood. The event took place as part of Indian Day activities Sept. 25. (Photo Damon Scott)
Members from the Tampa community enjoy their Indian Day celebration in Lakeland. (Photo Joel Colon)
Brian, Nigel, Dominic, Dorian and Amari Osceola at the Tampa Indian Day. (Photo Joel Colon)
Noah Yzaguirre’s arrow makes its way to the target as he skillfully lets it go during the Immokalee Indian Day on Sept. 26. (Photo Beverley Bidney)
Allison Concepcion concentrates on peeling the log quickly and cleanly as an audience cheers her on at the Immokalee Indian Day celebration. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Bobby Henry at the Tampa Indian Day in Lakeland. (Photo Joel Colon)
Becky Martinez heaves a skillet during the Immokalee Indian Day skillet toss contest. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Jimmy Wayne Holdiness takes aim at the target at the Immokalee Indian Day event. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Jonathan Rodriquez, Ray Yzaguirre, Jordan Rodriguez and Jimmy Wayne Holdiness enjoy some family time at Indian Day in Immokalee. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Michaela Shaffer gives her nephew Mordecai Yzaguirre a bird’s eye view of the Immokalee Indian Day festivities. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
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