Mato Paha or "Bear Mountain" in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota is a sacred site to the Lakota and other Native Americans who believe the Creator Spirit communicates with creatures here through prayers and visions.



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Left:  Dr. Seth Fletcher performs with the Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble at Carnegie Hall in New York City on January 28, 2007.

Right:  Members of the "Pride of the Plains" Marching Band from University of Nebraska at Kearney participate in the 2012 New Year's Day Parade in Rome, Italy.


Left:  Adam Fletcher enjoys a drive through Tullahoma, Tennessee in Fall 2005.

Right:  Adam (far right) performs in 2006 with the real Quarter to Nine at a quaint venue in the small western North Carolina town of Sylva.


Left:  Jared Fletcher of Fletcher Construction checks floor work earlier this year at an old house in Shelton, Nebraska.

Right:  Mr. Fletcher cuts a hole in the ceiling gypsum board for a light fixture.