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AICC COMMUNITY POW-WOW 2017

Date
November 18, 2017
Time
11:00 am - 8:30 pm
Cost
Free
Site
https://www.facebook.com/events/763889500465651/

The American Indian Community Council (AICC) will hold their 11th Annual Native American Heritage Month COMMUNITY POW-WOW on Saturday, 11/18 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. for the local Native community and the General Public. This year, at a new location: ARROYO HIGH SCHOOL, 4921 N. Cedar Av., El Monte, CA 91732, is free and will host guests from different areas of the LA and surrounding counties. It will feature various Information Booths, Native American Food, Native American Arts & Crafts, Special Dance Contests, Raffles, and a Cake Walk. *EVERYONE WELCOME TO ATTEND!* Please share!

**Head Staff**
Master of Ceremonies: Donald Salcedo, Quechan/Laguna Pueblo
Arena Director: Adrian Phoenix, Tohono O’odham/No. Paiute
Head Gourd Dancer/Headman: Eric Bohay, Kiowa & No. Paiute
Headwoman: Melinda Hale, Dine
Head Teen Boy: Tash Montana, Tohono O’odham
Head Teen Girl: Feather Anne Rakestraw, Oglala Lakota/Yurok
Host Northern Drum: Bearspring
Host Southern Drum: Hale & Company

**Sponsors**
Mr. Jose Gallegos, Assistant Principal of Arroyo High School
Pukuu, Cultural Community Services
Southern California Edison
Service Employees International Union- Native American Caucus
American Indian Community Council

General Info: Annette Phoenix (562) 392-2409
Vendor Info: Lisa Smith (909) 762-2846

Additional information: http://aiccla.org/

Location

Arroyo High School
4921 N. Cedar Av.
El Monte, CA 91732 United States
Phone:
562.392.2409
Website:
www.aiccla.org

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