Greyhills High School announces Homecoming
Greyhills Academy High School Announces its homecoming on Friday, September 15. The homecoming day starts with a parade at 10 a.m. and a football game vs. Monument Valley at 2 p.m.
Special honored guest include the class of 1990. All former grads are invited. For more information, call Evelyn Ramirez at (520) 283-6271.
Western Junior Rodeo
The Western Junior Rodeo Associations is sponsoring the Southwest Fair Junior Rodeo to be held on Friday, September 15 at 9 a.m. sharp, MST. at the Dilcon Fairgrounds. WJRA will have a concession. Parents please donate food. On October 7, the WJRA finals will be held in Tuba City. Two-Go in one day. The Queen Pageant will also be held during that time. First rodeo will begin at 9 a.m. sharp.
For more information call, Maltilda Tallsalt at (520) 283-4540.
A jackpot volleyball co-ed tournament will be held on September 16 and 17 at 9 a.m. DST, at the Redsands Court, one quarter mile Northeast of Crossroads Trading Post. Five dollars per player.a
Taekwondo classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesday at the Greyhills Academy High School in the East culture room. There will be three different sessions. Session I starts at 3:45- 5:15 p.m., Session II will begin at 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. and Session III will be at 7:15- 8:45 p.m.
The instructor is Brian Laban of the Black Belt Academy in Nogales, Arizona. The fee is $25 a month per person. Sessions are open to the general public. Everyone is welcomed to come to the classes and complete a registration form.
For more information, call (520) 283-6271 ext. 113.
Chuska Challenge Mountain Bike Tour
The 6th annual Chuska Challenge mountain bike tour will take place in the Navajo Nation's Chuska Mountains in October.
The tour, a fully-supported event, includes two days of biking in some of the reservation's finest high country on October 7 and 8. Views on the ride extend across the Four Corners region as bikers travel through the mountain meadows and scenic valleys of the Chuska Range, which is located on the Arizona/New Mexico border. The ride begins and ends at the Tsaile, Arizona campus of Dine' College, where meals and lodging are available on the evening of the 6th.
Riders will be treated to full break stations and day guides along the route, hearty meals throughout the weekend, spectacular campsites and native entertainment.
The ride benefits Tour de Rez Treks, a non-profit organization that provides outdoor adventure programs for youth on the Navajo Nation.
For more information about this unique biking experience, contact Kathy at (520) 338-1702 or Tom at (520) 697-3800.