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Lynette Charlie, SRES first grade teacher, and her class stopped for a selfie with U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, after the Salt River Elementary School assembly on Tuesday, February 10.


Interior Secretary Kicks-off Native Youth Listening Tour at Salt River Elementary School

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On Tuesday, February 10, Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Sally Jewell kicked off the Native Youth Listening Tour at Salt River Elementary School. This tour is an initiative by the Obama Administration to meet with Native youth across Indian Country in hopes of better understanding the barriers and challenges keeping Native youth from succeeding.

 
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BODEANS at The Showroom at Talking Stick Resort, 8 p.m. Tickets: $20 - $35. Ever since Rolling Stone Magazine readers named BoDeans the “Best New American Band” in 1987, this alternative rock group has been releasing top 40 hits and touring around the world. For more info. call (480) 850-7734



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27TH ANNUAL OSTRICH FESTIVAL PARADE at Ray Road and Arizona Ave., proceeds south on Arizona Ave., to Chicago St., Chandler Az. 10 a.m. Parade watchers are encouraged to bring their chairs and blankets to enjoy the parade. For more info. call (866) 993-2477


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57TH ANNUAL INDIAN FAIR AND MARKET at The Heard Museum, 9:30 - 5 p.m. Admission: $20. Features more than 600 of the nation’s top Native American artists, lively music and dance performances and a variety of Native foods including posole, Hopi piki bread and frybread. For more info. call (602) 252-8840 or go to http://www.heard.org/fair



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BLOOD DRIVE at Bloodmobile (will be located at Station #291 - Osborn Road) Contact SRFD to schedule your appointment, (480) 362-2708 or visit www.bloodhero.com (sponsor code: saltriverfd) For more info. call (800) 288-2199 ext. 5497



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REGISTRATION FOR SPRING BREAK ACTIVITIES at SR Recreation Football Field and outside of the Lehi Community Bldg., by the playground. 8 a.m. Open to students attending Noah Webster, Great Hearts Academy and Scottsdale Schools only. 60 students age 6-9, 60 students age 10-13. For more info. see page 15


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DIABETES 101 - FREE EDUCATIONAL CLASS at Two Waters Bldg., B, Kakaicu (Quail) Room B202. 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Participants will learn the basics of living with diabetes and cover the important topics of nutrition, complications, stress and fitness. Bring your lunch or buy your lunch at the Roundhouse and join us. Pick up your $2 coupon toward lunch at the Roundhouse when you check in at 11:30. For more info. call Maggie Fisher (480) 362-6640



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