The Winslow Indian Health Care Center (WIHCC) celebrated 10 years of Tribal Self Governance Oct. 19. The event took place in a large tent on the north side of the center in Winslow, Ariz. Speakers included Sally N. Pete, CEO of WIHCC; Thomas Cody, former WIHCC board president; Sallyann Dick, former WIHCC board president; Raymond Maxx, former Navajo Nation Council Delegate; Frank Armao, and Robert Salabye, former WIHCC board president. At 8 a.m. participants embarked on a 3K fun walk, which started on the walking track and lead to the health booths. At 9 a.m. the Chinle Singers provided Navajo musical entertainment. At 1:30 p.m. the WIHCC Pink Glove Dancers performed for the crowd. Other activities and performances included the Davis Boys Navajo traditional singers, Miss Hopi dance with children, the Pax Harvey comedy act and a "Fruit Scramble." Pictured at left is Sally Pete, WHICC CEO.
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