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Car seat clinics planned on Hopi

Come and learn to how to correctly install and use children’s car seats. For those who need them, car seats will be available. Clinics are scheduled 9-11 a.m. today (Aug. 20) at Hotevilla Store and Aug. 27 at Moenkopi community building. For more information, call (928) 737-2670 or 737-6277/6283.

Bullriding in Flag

High Country Thunder Bullriding is slated for Aug. 29 and 30 at Fort Tuthill in Flagstaff. Showtime is 7 p.m. both nights. There will be 30 bullriders nightly— one long go, one short go. For more information, call Jolene Thomas at (602) 330-3438.

Opportunities for local youth

Attention, teachers and youth-focused community organizations interested in the development of youth as community resources. Free information and materials are available pertaining to the education of youth through civic engagement and community service. The Center for Service-Learning Opportunities in Education (CSLOE) in Tuba City offers assistance with curriculum and/or activity planning and funding. For more information, call Michelle Jacobs at the TC Office of Dine’ Youth, 928-283-3021/3023.

Free neuter/spay program

The Navajo Nation Veterinary Program is sponsoring a free neuter/spay surgery program to be held today through Friday in Window Rock at the Vet Clinic. The animals can be brought to the clinic around 8 a.m. and need to be picked up the same day. All animals must be at least 3 moths old. For more information call 928-871-6615.

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