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Stand Down 2008

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Location: 

Ft. Snelling Reserve Complex

Description and details: 

Welcome All Veterans! (All Discharges Accepted)

Offering OnSite Assistance:

Food, Clothing, VA Benefits, Legal Assistance, Federal & State Tax Assistance, Stress Counseling, AA/NA Meetings, Housing and Employment Assistance/Referral, Haircuts, Safe Overnight Shelter, Chaplaincy, Public Benefits Info & More!

Pre-Register: MACV Building 47, County Veteran Service Offices

Beginning March 15th Register Online www.macv.org

Community Meeting

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Location: 

MAICC Community Room, 1508 East Franklin Avenue, Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55404

Description and details: 

MAICC and NACDI are pleased to announce the first in a series of Community Meetings around the potential of establishing a bank to serve the Franklin Community. Join the discussion and meet our banking panelists!

A must for community members, American Indian Businesses, Non-Profits and Community Organizations!

Moderator:  Justin Huennemann

Banking Panelists:

Native Youth Speak Out Performance

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Location: 

Bryant Lake Bowl

810 West Lake Street, Minneapolis 

Description and details: 

Spoken Word & Rap Performances

Doors open @ 5:30 pm

-Featured Artists will be- 1492 Bobby Wilson, Indigo, Shock B, Wendigo, Lil Lee, Rupture, Shy Girl

Donations Appreciated

Contact info: 612-721-6631 

Leech Lake Tribal College Pow-Wow

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Cass Lake-Bena high School

Description and details: 

No Drugs or Alcohol

Annual Traditional Pow-wow

Grand Entries at 1pm & 7pm Registration ends at 2:00 Supper at 5:00

Gary Charwood, Arena Director Don Staples, Spiritual Advisor, Murphy Thomas, M.C.

Registration starts at 12:00pm

Vendors call Chris at 218-335-4222 

 

Urban Indian Elders Services Meeting

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Location: 

Minneapolis American Indian Center (Auditorium)

1530 E. Franklin Ave

Minneapolis, MN 55404 

Description and details: 

For more information or questions regarding the meeting, please call Jackie Dionne at (651) 431-2608; Norby Blake (612)724-6499 or Harriett Denomie at (612)879-1746.

Mammogram Van Day

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Location: 

The Native American Community Clinic parking lot.

1213 East Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 

Description and details: 

Brought to you by the Native American Community Clinic & The Mdwewakanton Sioux Community

What is a "Mammogram Van"??

This mobile medical unit will visit NACC every quarter to provide FREE mammograms to our patients!!  Mammograms screen patients for signs of breast cancer.  They are recommended for women over 40 years of age or over 35 if there is a family history of breast cancer.

You must make an appointment

Diabetes & Eating + National Nutrition Month Information

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Location: 

Minneapolis American Indian Center

1213 East Franklin Avenue 

Description and details: 

Please join us for a free meal, door prizes, and a talk on diabetes and eating, plus National Nutrition Month information with Kristin Kattar, NACC's Dietitian.

For transportation call Connie at 612-462-1706 

Project Homeless Connect

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Minneapolis Convention Center

1301 2nd Avenue South

Minneapolis MN 55403 

Description and details: 

Ending Homelessness One Person at a Time

A one day opportunity for businesses, service providers, faith communities, and government agencies to help and end homelessness.

For more information call 612-673-2525 or phc@headinghomehennepin.org

Please join us for an evening of poetry and music featuring JOHN TRUDELL

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Location: 

Metropolitan State University Capmus

Founder's Hall Auditorium

700 E 7th St

St.Paul, MN 55106 

Description and details: 

Parking is available across the street from campus for $2.50
Light refreshments will be served

This event is sponsored by Metropolitan State University's American
Indian student group, VOICES;  Augsburg's Indigenous Student
Association; and Birch Bark Books.  

"Close the Gap" - Disparities in the American Indian Community

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Minneapolis American Indian Center

Description and details: 

There will be food, music, information regarding American Indian Organizations and American Indian Artist vendors.  Join us for a discussion with Twin Cities American Indian leaders about disparities in housing, employment, education, social services and the community's solution to closing the gaps. 

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