Klamath Tribes member named Miss Indian Northwest

The Miss Indian Northwest pageant is the oldest Native American pageant to represent all Pacific Northwest tribes since 1969 — traditionally the Northwest’s largest and most prestigious elite cultural title for young Native Women.

Leilonnie Wilson, Miss Indian Northwest 2024-2025 was crowned during the annual City of Roses Delta Park Powwow 2024, over the weekend in Portland, Oregon. As Miss Indian Northwest, she will be a role model to young and old, help to educate and demonstrate the grace, beauty and diversity of Native American Culture, and represent the “Miss Indian Northwest program” throughout her travels across the Northwest etc. She was one of 9 girls competing for the prestigious title.

She was crowned during the Delta Park Powwow, originally founded by Klamath Tribal Elder, Barbara Alatorre – Urban Mukluks Leader.

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