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Osage Ballet fundraiser

From left, Models Madeline Pennington, Emily Pennington and Jenna Smith wore Native-American-themed fashions designed by Wendy Ponca and Terry Wann at the Fashion Show and Art Auction held April 25 at Tulsas’s Harwelden Mansion to benefit the Osage Ballet. The designs were inspired by the Osage creation story of two groups of people: the Tzi-Zho, or sky people, coming to the earth and marrying the Hun-kah, or earth people.
From left, Models Madeline Pennington, Emily Pennington and Jenna Smith wore Native-American-themed fashions designed by Wendy Ponca and Terry Wann at the Fashion Show and Art Auction held April 25 at Tulsas’s Harwelden Mansion to benefit the Osage Ballet. The designs were inspired by the Osage creation story of two groups of people: the Tzi-Zho, or sky people, coming to the earth and marrying the Hun-kah, or earth people.

From left, Models Madeline Pennington, Emily Pennington and Jenna Smith wore Native-American-themed fashions designed by Wendy Ponca and Terry Wann at the Fashion Show and Art Auction held April 25 at Tulsas’s Harwelden Mansion to benefit the Osage Ballet. The designs were inspired by the Osage creation story of two groups of people: the Tzi-Zho, or sky people, coming to the earth and marrying the Hun-kah, or earth people.

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