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Piipaash Matasheevm Gathering Keeping Traditions Alive in Lehi
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On Saturday, April 23, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Lehi District hosted the Piipaash Matasheevm, a social gathering, at the Lehi festival grounds. It was a time for Community members and members of the sister tribes to come together for a day of chiyer (bird) singing and dancing.
 
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TEEN & YOUNG PARENT NATIONAL CONFERENCE, All day event at the Hilton Phoenix East Mesa 1011 W. Holmes Ave Mesa. Topics will cover Leadership, Attitude , Healthy Relationship, Addictions , Life Skills. There is a registration fee before seminar. Please contact NAFFA, Native American Fatherhood & Families Association at (480) 833-5007.

6 “HOPE SOARS” 3RD ANNUAL CANCER CONFERENCE, 7 a.m. at Salt River Community Building. To bring cancer awareness to the community. FREE. Fun Walk/Run for Cancer at 7am.. Conference begins at 8 a.m. Balloon Release at 2:45pm.

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2ND ANNUAL NATIVE CULTURAL ARTS & CRAFTS DISPLAY, 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Café Round House. It’s just in time for Mother’s Day. About 30 vendors will display their artwork, jewelry, clothing, glasswork, basketry, crafts and other handiwork for SRPMIC employees and Café guests to view and purchase. For more information on this event please call (480) 362-5537.

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SPAY AND NEUTER CLINIC, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. at the Baseball Field park lot across from the Salt River Community Building. SRPMIC Health and Human Services is proud to partner with the NAGI Foundation to bring a FREE animal clinic to the Community! *30 openings for spay/neuter services. Animals living within the Community receive first priority. Space is limited so call right away to reserve your spot! For more information call Sheila at (602) 730-2092 and leave a message if necessary. Call to Reserve your spot NOW!

8 MOMMY & ME MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION, 9am – 5pm at Butterfly Wonderland, 9500 East Vía de Ventura, Scottsdale. On this special day, groups with one adult and up to three children between the ages of 2 and 17 receive 20% off admission. Mom’s receive a special, complimentary gift. For more information call Butterfly Wonderland (480) 800-3000.
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