Around Hopi: week of Sept. 29
KUYI accepting Teacher Appreciation nominations
KUYI is still taking nominations for teacher appreciation and encourages youth to nominate their teachers. Each teacher has a chance at winning an appreciation gift. To nominate your teacher or to donate a prize call (928) 889-6135 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Absentee ballot request deadline Sept. 30
The deadline to request an absentee ballot for the General Election is Sept. 30.
The general election is Nov. 11.
Candidates running for chairman are Tim Navangyaoma from Mishongnovi and challengers David Talayumptewa from Kykotsmovi. Candidates for vice chairman are incumbent Clark Tenakhongva from Hotevilla and challenger Craig Andrews from Mishongnovi.
More information is available from the Hopi Elections Office at (928) 734-2507/2508 or online at hopi-nsn.gov.
WIHCC seeks artists for new healthcare facility
The Winslow Indian Health Care Center (WIHCC) intends to acquire original artwork for 10 locations and one exterior sculpture for the new Dilkon Medical Center currently under construction in Dilkon, Arizona. Navajo artists are being sought whose artwork reflects the theme of health and wellness as well as the Navajo people and communities of the area. Art work may be realistic or abstract and may be purchased or donated by the artist. The deadline for submittal is Oct. 8 at 4 p.m. More information is available at email@example.com.
KUYI seeks community advisory board members
KUYI Hopi Radio is looking for Community Advisory Board (CAB) members.
Members are appointed to reflect the diverse needs and interests of the community served by the station and include elders, youth, education, health/emergency safety, business, non-tribal members and Hopi community members.
Be the voice of the community for KUYI. Those interested in becoming a CAB member can contact Storm Tso at (928)889-6135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.