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Sydney Morgan Prince, "acstikiro:khe’e" which means “she sings pretty” represented the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes as the 2013-2014 Tribal Princess in the 83rd American Indian Exposition held annual in Anadarko, OK.

Miss Prince was crowned the 2014-2015 Miss American Indian Exposition on 08/09/14. Miss Prince competed in various events with other tribal princess in the annual exposition under the guidance of her tribal director, Tara Tartsah.

She is the daughter of Jarrod and Shelly Griffitts.Sydney’s paternal grandmother is LaDonna French of Gracemont and her paternal great-grandparents were the late Marlene (Standing) and Melvin Williams.Her maternal grandparents are Larry and Gala Griffitts of Anadarko.

Sydney is 17 years old senior at Anadarko High School. She has continuously been on the superintendents honor roll and is a member of the National Honor Society, a member of the Oklahoma Indian Student Honor Society, KEYS Club, Indian Club, UNITY, a member AHS band, serves as the 2014-2015 AHS band queen, and is the 2014-2015 drum major and she is a member the AHS choir.

She is also active in numerous other clubs and activities in her school. Outside of school, Sydney is a long standing member of the Wichita Little Sisters Organization and has served as a volunteer at the Anadarko Physicians Hospital.

Sydney’s is honored to have the opportunity to represent her tribe as their tribal princess and now to represent as the 2014-2015 Miss American Indian Exposition Princess. She would like to thank the various individuals that have supported her endeavors. After high school graduation, Sydney is attending college and possibly majoring in psychology or vocal music.