Tulsa Indian Club

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2016 - 2017
Tulsa Powwow Princess

Jaylee Breanna Lowe


(Seminole/Mvskoke)

Hensci Estonko!

Hi, how are you? My name is Jaylee Breanna Lowe. My Indian name "Hvsossv" means East, and was given to me by my Grandpa Wise. I am the daughter of Jerry & Charlene Lowe of Glenpool. I have an older brother Josh Lowe, also of Glenpool. My maternal
grandparents are the late Lewis & Mandy Wise of Seminole. My paternal grandparents are the late Angel & Elizabeth Lowe of Holdenville. I am a member of the Seminole 
Nation of Oklahoma & also of Mvskoke (Creek) descent. I am a member of the Hvteyievlke (newcomer) band & I am of the Nokose (bear) clan. 

I am a senior at Glenpool High School. At school I am an active member of the Family Career Community Leaders of America, Drug Free Youth, Student Council, & National Art Honor Society.

I am also a member of the Tulsa Youth Advisory Board, helping at-risk & homeless youth. For the past four years I have served as a prosecutor & Judge at the Tulsa Youth Court.  Also, I had the privilege to hold the title of 2014-2015 Jr. Miss Seminole Nation.

After high school I plan on attending a four year university then I will be furthering my education by attending Law school studying Indian/Tribal Law.  I enjoy spending my time traveling with my family, volunteering, drawing, painting, playing the piano, reading, cooking traditional foods, singing Mvskokv hyms, and spending time with my friends and extended family. I am truly blessed to have this amazing opportunity to represent the Tulsa Indian Club as the 2016-2017 Tulsa Powwow Princess. It is such an honor, not only will I be representing the organization but my tribe as well. I can use this opportunity to set a good example for the younger generation. I would like to thank the Tulsa Powwow Club and the committee for selecting me. I cannot wait to travel to new places, meet new people and create new memories.

Mvto, thank you.

TULSA POWWOW PRINCESS