Brad Clonch performing on his keyboard. "Nammy" nominated artist Brad Clonch and his group Mr. Kennedy Brown and ECU faculty member and Chickasaw Legislature Dr. Judy Goforth Parker. Award winning musician Jack Gladstone and Dr. Tom Cowger Governor Anoatubby addressing an overflowing crowd during his induction ceremony into the ECU Hall of Governors. Governor Anoatubby beside his bust following his induction into the ECU Hall of Governors on October 26, 2007. Governor Anoatubby and his wife Janice following the unveiling of his bust and portrait. ECU administrators and distinguished guests from the 2006 "Dynamic Women of the Chickasaw Nation" annual event on campus. Left to Right: Dr. Richard Rafes, Dr. David La Vere, Dr. Scott Barton, and Dr. Tom Cowger Nammy winner Cecil Gray and Red Dawn Blues band 2006 Watkins lecturers and ECU administrators. From left to right: Dr. Richard Rafes, Dr. Steven Light, Dr Kathryn Rand, Dr. Duane Anderson, and Dr. Tom Cowger
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