Quick Reads: week of July 20
Drums of Summer July 26
Community veterans of White Cone, Indian Wells, Dilkon and Testo invites the community to its Drums of Summer celebration July 26 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (MST). A special recognition to all veterans attending will take place.
More information from Dilcon Community School (928) 657-2300.
Former students of Dilcon Boarding School/Dilcon Community School sought for upcoming fair
Former students of Dilcon Boarding School/Dilcon Community School sought to attend and register for the upcoming Southwest Fair Grand Marshall Float July 26 during the Drums of Summer.
More information available from Dilcon Community School at (928) 657-2300.
Drums of Summer run/walk July 26
Drums of Summer 2 mile run/fun walk July 26 in Dilcon. Registration starts from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. (MST). The run/walk begins 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. No registration fee. First 50 registrants will receive t-shirts.
More information is available from Arlene Freedie at (928) 657-2300.
Tourism conference and entertainment Aug. 25 in Chinle
Connecting communities through tourism with National Park Service centennial celebration takes place Aug. 25 from 9 am. to 8 p.m. at the Chinle Community Center, Chinle, Arizona.
More information is available from Nora at (928) 674-5500.
Fireworks at Twin Arrows in July
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort will have fireworks July 22 and 29.
Outstanding Service Award Nominations
Do you know a tribal health advocate who has gone "Above and Beyond" the call of service?
Nominate him or her for an NIHB Outstanding Service Award.
More information is available from www.nihb.org before the Aug. 15, 2016 deadline to nominate your local, regional or national tribal health advocate.
Awardees will be recognized during the 2016 National Tribal Health Conference.
The National Awards Gala Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016 (Gala information pending)
Public Service Announcement
The To'Nanees' Dizi Local Government will conduct a community assement within the Tuba City Customary Grazing Boundaries in District 1-3, through Aug. 12. Chapter workers will visit yourhome, with your permission, to collect data, including GPS coordinates, assessing interior and exterior and conducting a short interview.
The information will be used for data collection purposes, determining need for the community and obtaining rural addressing information. Workers will travel in marked chapter vehicles and will have picture ID. More information is available at (928) 283-3284.