Volunteering at the Reno Powowow not only allowed me to give back to the local community, it also opened my eyes to the Native-American culture that we have here in Reno. Watching the traditional dances being performed by people of all ages was really special. Being able to learn more about this culture was the real reward of this event for me.
Worked a food booth during the event, and provided help wherever I was needed around. It was fun to see and experience some of the Native American culture that the event provided.
This was a great experience.
From volunteering in the University of Nevada Reno Pow Wow, I was able to learn so much about Native American culture. It was a fun experience being able to view traditional dances and being able to work alongside my team prepping food for the people attending the event.
Helped make meat for the "Super Nachos" served at lunch while also going behind the Snack Bar to help out with lunchtime rush to sell food.
Tended to tasks given to me at the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony for their annual Pow Wow. The organizers were extremely thankful for all the help me and my brothers provided so we left thinking our service made an impact.
Helped set up at the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony for their annual Pow Wow in the morning by making breakfast and cleaning from the first day of the Pow Wow.