North Leupp Family Farms announces kick-off event April 27
North Leupp Family Farms announces its 2019 kick-off event April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will include plot assignments, workshops, farming updates and a lunch. The farms are two miles north of Leupp community, across the Little Colorado River. But to get there, hit Navajo Route 2, turn west between milepost 1 and 2 by an abandoned red brick house. Go 1.7 miles on the dirt road until you see a handmade farm sign and turn south. Travel south on the wagon road and you are there when you see a brush arbor or chaha’oh in Navajo. If lost, call (928) 299-9137 or email email@example.com.
Join the Restoring Balance physical activity program
The Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention is seeking participants to take part in an 18-week physical activity program and study designed to help Native Americans improve their health during or after cancer treatment.
Taking part in this research study will not only help cancer survivors’ quality of life but will better help cancer researchers alleviate the unequal burden of cancer among Native Americans in the Southwest.
Participants being recruited at Tuba City, Leupp, Winslow, and Flagstaff until April 30. More information is available by contacting Brenda Charley at (928) 856-1030.
safeTALK sucide prevention trainings in April in Flagstaff
safeTALK Suicide Prevention Training takes place April 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the the Flag Resource Center, 4000 N. Cummings Street; Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
The free training is offered by the Reach UR Life (RUL) Suicide Prevention Program at the Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA) in Flagstaff, Arizona
Training is a half-day alertness session that prepares anyone, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper. Participants will learn how to apply the TALK steps (Tell, Ask, Listen, and KeepSafe) to connect people with thoughts of suicide to life-saving, trained intervention caregivers. Anyone 15 years old or older who wants to help people to be safer from suicide can attend the training. Attendees who are 15-17 years old will need parental consent.
Registration is through Eventbrite.com
More information or assistance with registration is available by contacting RUL staff at NACA phone number, (928) 526-2968.
Men/women conference May 2-4
The Flame of Fire Ministries hosts Men of Integrity and Women of Excellence conference May 2-4. Speakers are from Diné Nation Good News and Healing Room Ministries. Praise/worship leaders are Raymond, Jodi and Joshua Long of Leupp Round Cedar Nazarene Church. The conference will take place at the 1105 W. Lincoln Ave., Gallup. More information is available by calling Pastors Tom and Bessie White at (505) 722-3517 or (505) 979-1965. Registration forms may be returned by May 2 to the ministry address: PO Box 5035, Gallup, NM 87305 or email to Thompson_dai@aps.edu.
4th annual Navajo Nation economic summit April 22-23
The 4th annual Navajo Nation Economic Summit will take place at Twin Arrows Navajo Casino and Resort April 22 -23.
More information about registering and additional information is available at www.NNEconomicSummit.com (928)-871-6547/6544 SummitInfo@NavajoBusiness.com.
Domestic violence conference at Twin Arrows April 18
The Hopi Domestic Violence Program will be hosting its 2nd annual domestic violence conference April 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Twin Arrows Casino and Resort near Flagstaff, Arizona.
The theme for the conference is “Together We Stand.” This conference is open to the public and requires participants to pre-register as there will be no registration on site. Conference packet pick- up will begin at 7 a.m. Pre- registration ends April 5, 2019 at 5 p.m.
The keynote speaker for this year’s conference is Arlene Armijo, acting supervisory victim specialist of the Bureau of Indian Affairs/Office of Justice Services/District IV, New Mexico.
Breakout Session Topics include Domestic Violence 101, History of Violence against Native Women, Victim Rights, Men’s Re-Education Program, Tribal Law & Order Act (TLOA), Protection Orders, DV- A Cultural Perspective, First Responders, LGBTQ Perspective, Why does she stay?, Drugs & Alcohol- The blame game, Victim Stories (Panel Discussion), and more….
Several informational booths will be set up by various programs and organizations to promote services that they provide.
Transportation will be provided to and from the conference for those attending from the Hopi reservation as well as nearby Navajo communities
Pre-registration is also required to reserve a seat on the bus. At this time, only one 32 passenger seat bus is assigned to do the transport. Seats are based on first come, first served with pre-registration. The pick-up and drop-off Locations and times will be forthcoming.
More information about registering or more information in general is available by calling the Hopi Domestic Violence Program at (928) 738-1115 or email LWerito@hopi,nsn.us.
Flagstaff Justice Court and Flagstaff Municipal Court will hold court in Tuba City April 18
The Flagstaff Justice Court and the Flagstaff Municipal Court will hold court in Tuba City, Arizona at the Tuba City Judicial District April 18 at 1:30 p.m. (DST).
Pre-registration is required. Those with an open criminal or traffic case with the Flagstaff Justice Court and/or Flagstaff Municipal Court, including cases with outstanding warrants can register.
Individuals may appear in court without fear of being arrested. If an individual has a warrant out of the Flagstaff Justice Court and/or Flagstaff Municipal Court they can register for court and ask the judge that it be cancelled.
The deadline to register is April 17 by 4 p.m. (DST) More information and to register is available by calling ( 928) 283-4518.
The Natwani Coalition is accepting funding proposals for grant program
The Natwani Coalitiion is accepting funding proposals for the 2019 local food producers, farmers, growers and rachers community grant pgrogram.
A total of $37,500.00 will be available. Each grant award may vary between $500 — $2,000. The grant will be open in cycles, depending on the applicant’s readiness to apply.
The Natwani Coalition is also accepting funding proposals for the 2019 Partnership Capacity Building Grant.
A total of $150,000 will be available. Each grant award may vary between $10,000 — $25,000. The grant will be open in cycles, depending on the organization/program’s readiness to apply.
All project funding must be utilized and a final project report is due by Sept. 30, 2019. Proposal applications will be reviewed by an independent committee with the most promising projects selected for funding. Proposed projects should be based on the Hopi reservation and include the Hopi and Tewa communities.
More information about grant guidelines and grant applications is available by visiting www.natwanicoalition.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting the office at 110 Main Street, Kykotsmovi, Arizona.