Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Mon, May 17

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Native Anglers fishing derby finals

The Native Anglers’ Inc. will hold its Derby Series finals on August 21 and 22 at Wheatfields Lake in Wheatfields. Trophies will be awarded for 1st through 4th place, hooded pullovers for 5th through 7th place and t-shirts for 8th through 10th place. All anglers 12 years and over must possess a valid Navajo Nation fishing permit and any legal method of fishing will be accepted. For more information call Lowell Ahasteen at (505) 879-8796 or 862-7478.

Sammy Davis to perform at Dragonfly Lounge

Sammy Davis will perform at 8:45 p.m. on Friday, August 20 and Saturday, August 21 at the Dragonfly Lounge at Cliff Castle Casino. The show is free of charge. Davis plays a variety of music, specifically Motown and R&B favorites to keep the dancers grooving through the night. For more information, call 928-567-7900.

Respect Snake and Antelope Societies

Non-Indians are not allowed to observe, participate or attend any of the pre-ceremonial activities including the early morning races and the final ceremonial dances of the Songoobovi (Shungopavi) Snake and Antelope Societies this month. In the past, non-Indians, forcing the Snake and Antelope Priests to close these ceremonies to non-Indians, have disrespected these ceremonies. All Hopi individuals are requested to refrain from inviting their non-Indian friends to these ceremonies.

Inscription House Health Center closure

The Inscription House (Arizona) Health Care Center will be closed on August 25 and 26, 2004. The entire clinic staff will be attending a workshop that will focus on improving patient care and patient education programs as well as strengthening the diabetes program. Patients requiring urgent or emergency care should go to the Kayenta Health Center or other health care facilities. Call Morland McCurtain, Health System Administrator, with questions at 928-672-3000.

Emergency response

During the afternoon of August 26, Tuba City Community Emergency Response will be conducting a community-wide exercise and drill. Residents will see an increase in the number of police vehicles and ambulances on South Oak Street and Main Street near the hospital. The hospital siren will be activated. Residents are aksed not to call the hospital switchboard unless they have a medical emergency. The increased number of unnecessary calls to the hospital switchboard ties up the emergency lines.

Ready, Set, Cook!

The Camp Verde Parks & Recreation seeks participants for the Dutch Oven Cook-Off, this September 11th & 12th, 2004 during the General Crook’s Pioneer Days in downtown Camp Verde. The Dutch Oven Cook-Off is a 3-pot cook-off, with a maximum of twelve (12) teams. The fee to participate is $20, and recipes must be submitted prior to August 31, 2004. For information on participating in the Dutch Oven Cook-Off, please contact Candace Hammond at the Camp Verde Parks & Recreation Department at 928.567.0535 extension 134 or visit the web at

Calling All Artists

The Camp Verde Parks & Recreation Department will be hosting a Native American/Western Art Show, September 11th &12th, 2004 in conjunction with the annual General Crook’s Pioneer Days. The show is free to those who would like to participate, to display and sell their items. For additional information, or to register for the Native American/Western Art Show, please contact Candace Hammond at the Camp Verde Parks & Recreation Department at 928.567.0535 extension 134.

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