A total of 259 people attended the seventh annual Education Fair, which gave Community members opportunities and ideas for a higher education; including educational opportunities for the youth of the Community.

Opportunities Presented at Education Fair

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The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Education Department held its seventh annual Education Fair on March 9. A total of 259 people attended. The purpose of the Education Fair is to disseminate information to Community members about the many education programs and opportunities available to them.

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Salt River High JROTC Class Sets Sail for San Diego
Raising Awareness About Alcohol, Drugs and Gangs
Sports & Recreation
Senior Games Test Agility
Vance Oliver Places Second in Kansas 5A State Wrestling Championships
Senior Lady’s Basketball
Woodstock Takes Tee-Ball Championship
SRPD Reports
Ranger Unit Update
SRPD Traffic Enforcement Bureau
Salt River Police Department Explorer Post 909
Monthly Crime Statistics
Horse Camp
Unity Run Benefit Show
Senior Games
Senior Lady’s Basketball
Events Calendar
18 PUBLIC HEARING-DEVCO LEASES- Devco Billboard B-999A, B-999F, and B-999G leases at SR Community Bldg., 6 p.m. For more info. call Land Management Board Secretary (480) 362-7605
19-21 FINE ART EXHIBIT AND SALE at the Scottsdale Pavilions, Loop 101 and Indian Bend, Scottsdale, AZ. 10 a.m. This juried exhibit features the work of local artists in a range of media, including photography, metalworking and pottery. For more info. call Linda Whitlow (602) 553-2942



RAGE IN THE CAGE at Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino, Ovations Live Entertainment Theater, 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd. Chandler, AZ. 7 p.m. Price: $25 - $105. For more info. call (800) 946-4452


PAVILIONS CAR SHOW at Scottsdale Pavilions, Loop 101 and Indian Bend, Scottsdale, AZ. (near the McDonald’s) 4-8 p.m. For more info. call Linda Whitlow (602) 553-2942
20-21 VETERAN’S RECOGNITION POWWOW at McDowell and Longmore Rd., Salt River, AZ. Host Drum-Yellowhammer singers, White Eagle, Oklahoma closed drum. Absolutely no drugs, alcohol, or gang attire. For more info. call George Robinson (480) 217-2503.
22 SENIOR QUARTERLY-Construction Loan/Per Capita Impact at Salt River Community Bldg., 6 p.m. Open to Seniors only (Community Members). A meal will be served. For more info. call Senior Services (480) 362-6350.
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