Cakes and pies at table by noon. Cakes judged on decoration, pies judges on taste. Open to all ages. Must be homemade.
The Cattaraugus ECLC Afterschool Program is officially inviting you to attend our “Gardening Grows on Us” Celebration next Friday, May 22, from 9:30-12:00 in the ECLC Multi-Purpose Room.
This event is being held to honor and recognize all of our ECLC Afterschool students, ECLC staff members, FIOM members, and community members who participated in the 2014 ECLC Garden Project. We are recognizing all of the hard work that they put into this project. We would greatly appreciate your attendance to this event.
The SNI Newsletter Office has listed the following dates below for article submission deadlines. There are also corresponding dates for what newsletter that particular deadline pertains to:
|Deadline||For Newsletter Dated|
|May 19, 2015||May 29, 2015|
|June 16, 2015||June 26, 2015|
|Jully 21, 2015||July 31, 2015|
|August 4, 2015||August 14, 2015|
|August 18, 2015||August 28, 2015|
|September 1, 2015||September 11, 2015|
|September 15, 2015||September 25, 2015|
|October 6, 2015||October 16, 2015|
|October 20, 2015||October 30, 2015|
If there are any questions please contact Stephanie Crowley at 716-945-1790 x3029 or email@example.com.
As a young(er) professional, Dennis Worden (Coeur d' Alene tribe) found the need for more content made by, and about, young Natives. Rather than wait, he decided to create that himself. Dennis is the founder and host of the NextGen Native podcast. He interviews young Natives across the country that may not be elected tribal leaders, but are making a difference in their communities. From nationally known people such as U.S. Ambassador Keith Harper, to business professionals such as Haven Harris, or even conversations about health and fitness, Dennis covers a variety of professions and topics all from the eyes of Natives building for the next generation.
In addition to profiling guests to learn about their successes, Dennis dives into their personal lives and background. The purpose is to make relatable to listeners that these people that are taking action are not that different from everyone else. His ultimate goal is to inspire action to build for the much discussed "future generations."
The name NextGen Native has a double meaning. First, younger people are frequently been referred to as the "next generation". These are also people that are building and creating things, improving their lives and their communities for the "next generation".
Come join us on May 28, 2015 from 5pm until 8pm for a Courtyard Carnival and Scholastic Book Fair! See flyer for details or contact the Education Department @ 716.532.3341.