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TC Evangelical Meeting

First Baptist Church, located on Maloney St. and the Cul-de-sac, is holding an evangelistic meeting on Feb. 10 – 14 from 6 – 9 p.m. Speaker is Glen A. Jasper of Iowa. There will be singing, preaching, fellowship and children’s meetings.

Kaibeto Benefit Social Song And Dance

The Kaibeto Benefit Social Song And Dance will take place Feb. 15 at the Kaibeto Boarding School Gym. Registration 3 p.m. Grand Entry 6 p.m. Sponsors are the Kaibeto 8th Grade Class. Emcee: Quinn Montoya. Host: Glen Canyon Echo. Grocery awards to all group singers and dancers. The event is sanctioned by the Western DinE Song and Dance committee.

Flagstaff, Ariz. Fundraiser For Indian Days Celebration

Navajo Tacos are just one of the fun things at the American Legion on Humphrey St and Birch Ave., Feb. 16, 11 – 5 p.m. For more information call (928) 214-9348.

TC Benefit Song And Dance Schedule

Everyone is welcome to attend a Benefit Social Song And Dance at TC St. Jude Parish Hall. Feb 17 – Registration 10 a.m. Grand Entry 1 p.m. Grocery awards to all group singers and dancers.

TC Benefit Social Song And Dance

A Benefit Social Song And Dance will be held Feb. 18 at TC St. Jude Parish Hall. Registration 10 a.m. Grand Entry 1 p.m. Host: The TC Western Travelers; Emcee: Kenneth Curley. Grocery awards to all group singers and dancers. For more information contact Dee Yellowhair and Nona Johnson.

High School Pow Wow Contest

The Flagstaff High School Pow Wow Contest will take place Feb 22-23. All dancers and drummers are welcome. Sponsors: Senior Class 2002. On Friday Feb 22, Gourd Dancing at 6 p.m. Grand Entry 7 p.m. Saturday Feb 23, Gourd Dancing at Noon, Grand Entry at 1 – 5 p.m. and at 7 p.m. Vendors welcome. For more information call: Corilee Bearshield (928)774-6953/5270 or Melinda Wesley (928)774-3930.

Shonto Chapter Meetings

The Shonto Chapter Planning Board Meeting – Shonto Chapter House Wednesday Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. The Shonto Community Land Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. For information call: (928) 672 2460.

New LDS Temple In Snowflake, Ariz.

An open house and public tour at the new LDS Temple in Snowflake, Ariz through Feb. 16. The public is invited, and reservations tickets are not mandatory.

Spring Into Summer

Wellness Challenge

TC Indian Medical Center announces Spring into Summer Challenge. It Involves setting a personal exercise goal for yourself and working for 10 weeks to achieve it. Registration: Feb 4th- 22nd. The Spring into Summer Kickoff Event is Tuesday, March 5th at 5:30 p.m. at the TCIMC West Parking Lot. For questions or more information please contact Michelle Archuleta at 283-2997.

TC Pow Wow –

“Tonanesdizi 2nd Annual Spring Contest ”

The “Tonanesdizi 2nd Annual Spring CONTEST Pow Wow” is scheduled to take place on 12, 13, 14 April. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information call (928) 283-1045 or (698) 660-0636.

Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair And Market

The Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market will be held Mar 2,3 from 9:30 – 5 p.m. located at the Heard Museum on 2301 Central Ave, Phoenix, Ariz. For more information call: (602) 252-8848.

Ganado - Rocky Mountain Basketball Championship

The Arizona to Canada 10th Annual Rocky Mountain Basketball Championship, is Mar. 21 – 24 at the Ganado Field House in Ganado, Ariz. Everyone is invited. The Double Elimination Open Tournament features 14 Women and 14 Men’s teams. The current reigning Men’s Champions are the “LTI Lopas” of Washington and the Women’s Champions are the “Native Spirit” of Washington. The Slam Dunk Contest, the tournament’s main event, will take place on Saturday, Mar. 23rd at 5 p.m. Entry deadline Mar 1. For more information call: Jay Begaye Ph: (928) 755-7078 or Ph/Fx: (928) 755-3631.

TC Pow Wow – “Tonanesdizi 2nd Annual Spring Contest Pow Wow”

The “Tonanesdizi 2nd Annual Spring CONTEST Pow Wow” is scheduled to take place on 12, 13, 14 April. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information call (928) 283-1045 or (698) 660-0636.

Arizona Indian Council On Aging And Advocacy – Laughlin, Nev.

The Annual Conference on Arizona Indians on Aging in conjunction with Advocacy For American Indians with Disabilities,, will be held at Harrah’s, in Laughlin, Nevada on April 17,19. For more information call: (602) 258-4822 or Fx: (602) 258-4825.

Pow Wow At ASU Tempe

The 16th Annual Arizona State University Spring Competition Pow Wow will take place April 19, 20, and 21 at the ASU Band Practice Field, 6th Street and Rural Rd, Tempe, Ariz. Gourd Dancing and Grand Entry ceremonies will take place each day of the event. Arts And Crafts Booths are available. For more information, contact Lee Williams Ph: (480) 965-5224.

Kayenta Health Center Programs

The Kayenta Car Seat Program will take place on First Friday of the Month. at the following locations. The Inscription House Health Center – 9 to10 a.m.; Kayenta Health Center – 2 to 3:15 p.m; Navajo Mountain Clinic, Second Thursday of the Month 9 to 12 Noon; Shonto WIC Clinic, Second Thursday of the Month 1 to 4 p.m. For more information call: Health Education Ph: (928) 697-4225/4227 or OEH (928) 697-4062.

TC Family Harmony Inc. Seeks Board Volunteers

The TC Family Harmony organization assists individuals and family members who are abused emotionally, physically and verbally by a spouse partner or other family members. For information call: (928) 283 4649/4650 or write to: Family Harmony Inc., P.O. Box 3731, Tuba City, AZ 86045.

Adoption – A Gift Of Life

Navajo Children who are freed for adoption are waiting for permanent homes. For Information on adoption and Foster Care, contact: Navajo Nation, Navajo Children and Family Services, P.O. Box 1726, Tuba City, Ariz. 86045. Ph: (928) 283 3050/3051 Fx: (928) 283-3053.

Free Landlord and Tenant Counseling

The Arizona Federation of Housing Counselors, Inc., responsible for Landlord and Renter Counseling statewide, will advise persons of their rights under the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act and the Slum Laws. Contact Counselor George Smith at (888) 270-0323 if you are having trouble with your landlord or tenants.

Power Wheelchairs Available

The Senior Wheels USA Program makes available power (electric) wheelchairs to senior citizens, 65 years and up, and the permanently disabled at no costs to the recipient, if they qualify. The power wheelchairs are provided to those who cannot walk and cannot self-propel a manual wheelchair and who meet the additional guidelines of the program. No deposit is required. If the patient’s need is for use in the home, please call for more information to see if they qualify at (800) 246-6010.

Heard Museum Exhibition

The Heard Museum’s acclaimed collection of Native American fine art, Rock, Paper, Scissors includes works by leading contemporary Hopi artist Linda Lomaheftewa. Many of the works in the exhibit are being publicly displayed for the first time. Exhibits continue through April 2002.

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