Eagles Dance Class: Third Time a Charming Time
By Roy Cook
Debbie Razo made some great tasting spaghetti and meat sauce. There was tossed salad and dressing and garlic bread to round out the basic dinner dish. Additionally there were soft drinks and real good coffee made by her dad, Paul Razo. It is a good feeling to see our Indian community step up and volunteer week after week and help out for our Indian children.
and Stan Rodriguez also dropped in to visit old friends and socialize.
Both had some trying times recently but they are doing better and are
looking forward to the Traditional gathering at Santa Ysabel on August
2, 2008. It is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend.
We enjoyed the excitement in the Adams Avenue Business Association Community Center, 4649 Hawley Blvd. San Diego CA. Southern California American Indian Resource Center, Inc. (SCAIR) sponsors this class in collaboration with: the San Diego Unified School District Title VII, the Indian Human Resource Center and the San Diego Indian Center.
I know you and your
younger relatives are looking forward to attending the Soaring Eagles
Dance Class free classes: Adams Avenue Business Association Community
Center, 4649 Hawley Blvd. San Diego CA. They are coordinated by San Diego
City School Indian Education Program (858) 627-7362 and the Indian Human
Resource Center (619) 281-5964. (Thanks to Karin Decrane for picking these
images of the Soaring Eagle dance class.)