Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sun, March 29

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Benefit Social

Song and Dance Correction!!

A Benefit Social Song and Dance, hosted by the Double “R” Swingers and sponsored by Nona Johnson and Family will be held April 29 at the Kayenta Field House. Registration, 10 a.m. (DST); Grand Entry, 12 noon. First 10 group Singers—Special Prizes; Best Dressed Group Singers; Fat Sheep and Groceries (original group); Best Dressed Dancers, $50 (couple); $100 traveling award plus groceries. Spectators and newcomers welcome. Raffles, cakewalk door prizes, etc.

Firewood Permits

Firewood permits are now available at Coconino National Forest offices. A permit for down and dead wood is $5 with a minimum purchase of $20 for 4 cords and a maximum purchase of 10 cords per individual or household. Free use permits may be obtained for specific areas of the forest. Permits are available in CNF offices in Flagstaff, Happy Jack, Sedona and Camp Verde.

PRIDE Meeting

Tuba City Boarding School, Residential Department will have a meeting for PRIDE (Parents of Residential Individuals in Dormitory Environment) on April 28, 2-3 p.m. in the girls dormitory building. Meet with us while you wait for your child. Your involvement is needed.

Southwest High School Enrollment

A new high school (grades 9-12), located on the campus of Seba Dalkai, is now accepting applications for the school year beginning this autumn. Dedicated to offering the most effective educational programs, the school will provide a broad range from technological training to teaching the Navajo culture. Enrollment open to 21 years of age, and is based on a first-come first-served basis. Please call (520) 657-3208. Registration ends May 22.

Sovereignty and Your Rights

The Third Annual “Sovereignty and Your Rights” seminar will be held Saturday, May 6 at the Alamogordo Civic Center, Alamogordo, New Mex. Registration: 8 to 9 a.m. The program begins at 9 a.m. Speakers include Dr. Floy Lilley, Chairman of Free Enterprise, University of Texas; Dr. James Hirsen, Professor of Constitutional Law, Trinity College; Wayne Hage, Stewards of the Range, Nevada; and Helen Chenoweth-Hage, United States Congresswoman, Idaho. Registration is $12, lunch will be served by Otero County Cowbelles. Registration forms available at Call 1-800-847-3443.

ASEA Meeting

The Flagstaff and Northern Arizona ASEA (Arizona Solar Energy Association) will meet on May 6 at 1:30 p.m. at Donald Garrett’s home for a solar cookout. Bring your own meat; drinks and potato salad provided. The Garrett Home photovoltaic system will be open for observation: 11150 Lupine Lane, off Campbell Ave., off Hwy. 89, Timberline. Please call (520) 526-5867 if you are coming. All members of ASEA are invited and anyone else if you are interested in Solar Energy.

TCHS Sports Pavilion

The Tuba City Unified School District No. 15 announced the Grand Opening of the Tuba City High School Sports Pavilion/Cafeteria, Tuesday, May 16 at 9 a.m. (DST). Grand entry procession, guest speakers, presentation of the pavilion and entertainment. A barbequed steak lunch, $3.50 per person, provided by Chartwells food service.

Volunteers Needed

The Muscular Dystrophy Association needs volunteer counselors for the MDA summer camp at Camp Shadow Pines in the White Mountains, June 11-17. For more information, call (520) 795-3434.

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