Greyhills hosts Western Agency Inauguration<br>

In their last duly called meeting at Greyhills Academy on Thursday, Jan. 6, the members of the governing board and the administration expressed appreciation to the departing members of the board. Claw, Tracy and Williams were each presented with a traditional Navajo wedding basket.

After the chapter officials were sworn into office, they were challenged by Leslie Dele, member of the Transportation and Community Development Committee of the Navajo Nation Council to take up the banner and work for certification of the Local Governance Act.

Dele said that there were only two chapters, Shonto and Tuba City, in Western Navajo Agency that have been certified.


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