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S. J. Wilson fund-raiser in Flag

A fund-raising silent auction will be held to cover the medical expenses of Arizona writer and longtime Navajo Hopi Observer contributor Sandie “S.J.” Wilson during the November Friday night Art Walk.

The event is scheduled 7-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 at the John Running Studio, 111 E. Aspen St. in downtown Flagstaff. Native Americans for Community Action (NACA) and the Guadalupe Gals are the sponsors of this event. Refreshments will be served.

Anyone wishing to contribute auction items to this fund-raising effort can contact Ann Widmann at 226-9696 Ext. 5.

Conference for Navajo teachers set

The Diné Language Association is hosting its fall conference for Navajo teachers 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 16 on the San Juan Community College campus. Navajo teachers will speak and provide workshops using curriculum materials to promote Navajo language and culture in kindergarten-grade12 schools and colleges.

For additional information, call Lorraigne Begay Manavi at 505-566-3328; Benjamin Barney at 928-724-6700 or e-mail him at bbarney@dinecollege.edu.

Healthy for Life program in TC

The Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation, Health Promotion Program announces the Healthy for Life program, open to all community members of the Tuba City area. Participants will set realistic personal goals for regular physical/wellness activities, record their progress for 14 weeks, and report their progress. The program runs from Oct. 18 to Jan. 21. Conversation Cafés and other events will assist participants in achieving their goals.

For more information, call 928-283-2404. Packets are available at the Health Promotion Program office located in TC Building 167, Room 82 on 167 N. Main St.

Red Ribbon Walk starts Sunday

The Tuba City Department of Behavioral Health Services will be sponsoring a Red Ribbon Walk Against Meth from Tuba City to Window Rock from Oct. 17-20.

Schools, businesses, public officials, Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp. employees, other organizations and interested individuals are welcome to run/walk/bike/and horse ride. For more information, please contact the TC-DBHS at 283-3346.


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