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Offered by: Kibbe Brown

Last Thursday we were visited by Kibbe Brown, a 4th generation descendant of William McGaa (he was born in 1824 and married to a Native American woman from the Oglala band of the Lakota).  His family was the first family in Denver. 

She gave a wonderful presentation about her family’s role in developing the Denver area, including her great-grandfather’s naming the streets in downtown Denver. Her family was also involved with the oldest cemetery in Larimer County. 

Kibee is a Rotarian from Hill City, South Dakota, and is a registered dietitian for the Indian Health Service.

For more information on her check with Bob Erichsen or Gerry Case.