Many Native families gathered at Talking Stick Resort for the sixth annual Men and Women's gathering, hoping to heal and strengthen our Native Families by attending various sessions and speaking with other Native Communities.

Conference Aims to Heal and Strengthen Native Families
Au-Authm Action News
From July 21 through July 23, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Life Enhancement and Resource Network (L.E.A.R.N.) hosted the sixth annual Men and Women’s Gathering at the Talking Stick Resort. Approximately 270 registered attendees participated in this national conference, some traveling from as far away as San Francisco, California.
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Events Calendar
20 PARENT EMPOWERMENT GROUP (Special needs resources program) at Family Involvement Center, 5333 N. 7th Street Suite A100, Phoenix, AZ. Develop professional and family supports, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. For more info. Call Zandria Ransom (480) 362-6980/6887

21 SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC at Baseball Fields parking lot across from the SR Community Bldg., 7 a.m. Limited to the first 40 dogs and cats. Please note: this clinic is for animals that need to be spayed or neutered and shots will only be supplied to those animals participating in the clinic. To make an appointment call (480) 234-6140. For more info. call (480) 362-5706


DEADLINE TO ENTER WOMEN’S OPEN BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT at Ak-Chin Indian Community, by 5 p.m. Tournament is august 29-30, 2015. Entry Fee: $180 due at 1st game, cash or money order, no personal checks. Open to the first 8 teams to sign up. For more info call the Recreation Center (520) 568-1740 or Jesse Estrada (520) 568-1747

21 COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIR at Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale Lehi Branch, 1231 E. Oak Mesa, AZ. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. For teens 13-18 years of age. Come join us for an opportunity to learn about the many colleges and universities Arizona has to offer, as well as numerous careers that are available to the young people of today. Approximately 20 institutions will be in attendance and there will be a chance to win free prizes. For more info. Call John Paul Saspe (480) 850-4468

21-23 HELLO KITTY’S SUPERCUTE FRIENDSHIP FESTIVAL at Gila River Arena (formerly Arena) Glendale, AZ. Times vary. Tickets: $30. Each event will feature Hello Kitty and her friends in multi-stage live performances and DJ-driven dance sequences as well as interactive exhibits, animation, art, fashion, photo opportunities, event-exclusive collectibles and much more, all in an immersive festival environment. For more info. Or tickets call (623) 772-3800
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