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Salt River royalty Jr. Miss Salt River Alia Shaw, first attendant Marisela Valadez and second attendant Lorraine Juan stood with President Diane Enos in front of the State Capitol enjoying their experience of politics first hand.
Photo by Angela Willeford

Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day

Au-Authm Action News

The 15th Annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day, hosted by the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs on January 19 at the Arizona State Capitol, focused on tribes prospering through renewable energy and technology.
To open the Joint Session, members of Ira Hayes Post #84 of the American Legion posted the colors, and Dearhouse performed “Flag Song.” Miss Wheelchair Arizona Erica Sanders led the pledge of allegiance, and Native American flutist and 2003 Grammy Nominee Vince Redhouse (Navajo) shared his talent by performing the national anthem.

 
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Events Calendar
4 NATIVE AMERICAN NIGHT at ASU Tempe Campus-Wells Fargo Arena, 600 E. Veterans Way, Tempe, AZ. 6:30 p.m. Come celebrate a night with ASU Women's Basketball as they honor the achievements, talents and leadership of our Native American communities. For more info. call (480) 727-0000
6 DARICE ENOS MEMORIAL HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT - (rescheduled from Jan. 23rd) at Enos Residence, 6143 N. Olive Street, Salt River Indian Community. For more info. call Kent Andrews (480) 947-2331

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ARIZONA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL at Take State Highway 60 East, E. of Apache Junction, just E. of Gold Canyon Golf Resort. 10 a.m. -6 p.m. Amusement park, shows, comedy, music, street performers, shopping, and more. Tickets: $10-$20, discounts available on-line and at Fry’s Stores and Fry’s Marketplace. For more info. call (520) 463-2700

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DEADLINE TO ENTER JUNIOR HIGH 7TH-9TH GRADES BOYS & GIRLS DIVISION BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT at Salt River Pi-Copa and Lehi Gyms on Feb. 17-20th. Entry fee: $135, cash or Money orders only, $100 non-refundable deposit required. For more info. call Robin Martinez or Duane Guy (480) 362-5785 / 5775
10 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING at the Council Chambers, 5 p.m. For more info. please call (480) 362-7466/7469 to confirm meeting time and location
10 VALENTINE CLASSIC at Pi-Copa and Lehi Gymnasiums. Boys and girls divisions. Come out and cheer for our Native children. For more info. call Robin Martinez or Duane Guy (480) 362-5785/5775
11 HEALTHY HEART FUN RUN at SR Elementary School. For more info. call (480) 362-2400
 
11 INTRO TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP at Salt River Financial Services Conference Room, 8800 E. Chaparral Road, Suite 240. 5:30 -7:30 p.m. Attend this informative class to learn what’s involved in starting your own business. To register or for more info. call Joan Theisen (480) 850-4338
12 BASIC ACCOUNTING at Salt River Financial Services Conference Room, 8800 E. Chaparral Road, Suite 240. 5:30 -7:30 p.m. To register or for more info. call Joan Theisen (480) 850-4338
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