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AZ Warriors Make NABI History, Repeat as Champions
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Down 2 points at halftime of the Native American Basketball Invitational championship game and scoring only 31 points against a tough Oklahoma team, AZ Warriors coach Robert Johnston knew the best from his boys was coming in the second half.

 
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COMMUNITY WELLNESS EXPO, 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Salt River High School. For all Sal River Community members & immediate family. There will be Fitness sessions zumba, yoga , chair volleyball and more! Workshop classes like cooking class, revive your H2O, fun tracking apps and many more! Grand prizes drawings for the early bird comers. Mark you calendars. For more information contact Toni Harvier at (480) 362-7467

23 McDonald’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Classic Car Show 4 p.m.-8 p.m., Every Saturday in and around McDonald’s at the Pavilions at Talking Stick. An average night showcases anywhere from 250 to 500 cars and up to 150 motorcycles. For more information please call (480) 443-0080.

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NATIVE LANGUAGE FILM SHOWCASE, 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. Heard Museum 2301 North Central Avenue Phoenix AZ, Join us in the Steele Auditorium for a select screening of films featuring many Native languages, from fun documentaries to thoughtful short films. You will be sure to enjoy this program focused on diverse languages. Included with museum admission. Films to be screened include: 2015’s Rising Voices/Hotha?i?pi, The film is Lawrence Hott and Diane Garey’s story of a passionate, dedicated and diverse group of people, including members of the Lakota community and linguists from outside the community. For more information call the Heard Museum at (602) 252-8840.

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