Shayna Fay Howery, Current Little Miss Hasinai Society
Shayna Fay Howery is an enrolled member of the Caddo Nation and is of Comanche and Choctaw descent. Shayna is the daughter of Shelby Howery and Bryan Kitchen. Her maternal grandparents are Shirley Wauqua-Howery and Tom Howery. Her paternal grandparents are Betty Ann Kitchen and Kenneth Kitchen. Her maternal great-grandparents are Etta Whitebead-Shemayme and Roscoe Shemayme, Ikey Reece Wauqua, and David and Ruth Howery. Shayna has been with the Hasinai Society since she was born. She enjoys dancing at powwows and other cultural events throughout Oklahoma and out of state.
Shawna Stephenson, 2012 Hasinai Society Princess
Shawna Stephenson was brought in as the Hasinai Society's princess at our annual dance at the end of the Summer Youth Camp.
Kati Robbins, 2010 Interim Princess
Kati Robbins, daughter of Tracy Compton and Daniel Robbins, served as the Hasinai Society's Interim Princess in 2010.
Samantha Guy, 2010 Interim Princess
Samantha Guy, daughter of Tamra Guy, was the Hasinai Society Interim Princess in 2010.
Corissa Robbins, 2009-2010
Corissa Robbins, daughter of Tracy Compton and Daniel Robbins, served as the Hasinai Society's Princess from 2009-2010.
Naomie Paddlety, 2007-2009
Naomie Paddlety of Anadarko served as the Hasinai Society's Princess from 2007-2009.
Olivia Woodward, 2005-2007
Olivia is the daughter of Larry and Diana Woodward, the granddaughter of Raymond Parton and Jeanetta Redden, and the great-granddaughter of Mabel and Harris Parton.
Olivia is of Caddo and Euchee descent and is very active in Native American activities in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. This year she made the commitment to participate in the many activities of the Hasinai Society and represent the organization at dances across the states of Texas and Oklahoma.
She lives in North Richland Hills, Texas, and attends the 7th grade. Olivia loves school and was on the A honor roll every six weeks of her elementary career. She will be taking Advanced Placement classes in reading, English, and social studies. After extensive testing, she was placed in a special math program that allows her to skip 7th grade math and enroll in 8th grade math. Olivia plays the baritone in Honors Band, beating out several 8th graders for Second Chair. She has been recommended for an advanced journalism class and will be on the school's newsletter and yearbook staff. She is a member of the Great Plains Restoration Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring buffalo and prairie dogs to the Great Plains.
Olivia enjoys powwows, where she dances Southern Cloth, but she says that her "heart literally jumps for joy when I am stomp dancing." Her Euchee family has danced at the Pole Cat ceremonial grounds in Kellyville, Oklahoma, for many generations. Olivia loves to stomp dance and always dances until dawn. She is very proud of being both Caddo and Euchee. Olivia is working hard to learn the Caddo language.
Kristin Weller Hernandez, 2004-2005
Kristin Hernandez served as the Hasinai Society's Princess from 2004-2005.
Monica Cisco, 2002-2004
Monica Cisco, daughter of Carol Botone and Darrin Cisco, served as the Hasinai Society's Princess from 2002-2004.