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From: Native American Health CenterA Gathering of WomenInside of each woman, what is ed there is always hopeof a better life for her family
An 8-week series starting March, 2010

Mondays at 1:30PM to 3:30PM in:

1st Floor Conference Room

Enjoyment & Education! This is an open group! Please Join us!

* Introduction, Talking Circle, Women’s Connection
* Nutrition / Body Movement
* Dental Information/Education
* HIV-STD’S Prevention
* Self-Esteem: guest speaker
* More Education on HIV/AIDS
* Substance Abuse Prevention / Handcrafts
* Generosity & Gratitude –

Certificates of Participation for attending 6 out 8.
Presented by FCGC –

Native American Health Center
3124 International Blvd.
Oakland, Calif. 94601

If you have any questions, please contact
Kitty or Nina at  1(510) 434~5421
Women’s Circle

 

 

 

 
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NEA PACIFIC REGIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

NEA American Indian/Alaska Natives Caucus will take part in presiding over the event.

March 19-21, 2010 / Reno, Nevada
(Hosted by NEA-Nevada)

The NEA Pacific Regional Leadership Conference (PRLC) is designed to further enhance the knowledge of K-12 teachers, education support professionals, higher education, student and retired members.

Register Now!

All state, local and self-funded participants, presenters, exhibitors, candidates and staff must register online. If selected by your state to be NEA-funded, your state’s PRLC coordinator would have provided information regarding registering online. Those registering online will receive an email confirmation.

  • The conference registration fee is $175 on or before February 12, 2010; the fee is $225 after February 12,2010, and on site. Online registration fee payments may be made by credit card or check.
  • Mail checks, payable to NEA, to the NEA Pacific Regional Office, 1705 Murchison Drive, Suite 100, Burlingame, CA 94010. Please specify who the registration fee covers and include a copy of your registration confirmation.
  • The fee covers attendance at sessions, conference materials and the following meals: dinner Friday, breakfast and lunch Saturday, and brunch Sunday.
  • Last day for online registration is February 19, 2010. After that date, registration will be on site.

Hotel/Conference Location

Peppermill Hotel Casino
2707 South Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 826-2121

For more information, surf to http://www.NEA.org

 

 

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33rd Annual California Conference

on American Indian Education

SANTA CLARA, Calif.

The 33rd Annual California Conference on American Indian Education for 2010

March 25 – 27

The theme is “Saving Our Language-Saving Our Culture.”

The host hotel is the Santa Clara Marriott, 2700 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, Calif.

Make reservations as early as possible by calling (408) 988-1500, and reference CCAIE.

For more information contact co-chairs: Rachel McBride at (530) 895-4212, ext. 110

or rachel.4winds@sbcglobal.net;

Irma Amaro at iamaro2007@hotmail.com;

and Rene Samayoa at (408) 926-5247 or sjaiec@sbcglobal.net.

 

Visit the Web site at www.cieda.org.

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CIEA Board Meeting

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Noon to Five PM

Lancaster CTA Office

1027 West Lancaster Boulevard, Lancaster, CA‎

(661) 942-4995‎

For more info, call Clyde Hodge (209) 648-1514



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and services which are designed to improve the quality of education for American Indian people in the state and the nation.

CIEA increased awareness and understanding of Native American Indian people and their respective cultures. We have accomplished this through workshops, conferences, information dissemination, and voluntary community outreach.

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