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Workshops provide students with array of college info

From CSSS The Seminole Tribe’s Center for Student Success and Services hosted “College Information Night” workshops facilitated by higher education academic and career advisors Cynthia Mills, Sandra Freeman, and Sarah-Joy Somarriba in September and October for Big Cypress, Brighton, Hollywood, Immokalee, Fort Pierce, and Naples. Students watch a presentation during a

PECS Students of the Month – September 2019

Elementary School Alijah Osceola Janaleigh Bert Maycen Buck Tommie Jackson Claire Randolph Kalliope Puente Tate Matthews Kade Johns Micah Jimmie Kylo Cochran Okalani Collins Hayden Nunez Aurelius Lara Jenna Huff Mattie Platt Daliyah Nunez Khoal Cochran Meleah Billie Joleyne Nunez Gemindia Fudge Etanis Torres Ringo Billie Jaelle Weimann The Seminole Tribune Pemayetv

Seminole Scenes – November 2019

PINK POWER IN BC: The Big Cypress community turned pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month as residents and employees came out for the annual Wear Pink Day that was held Oct. 10. Above, participants gather for a photo at the entrance of the Senior Center. The gathering was organized by

Domestic violence awareness programs held in Big Cypress

By Cherrah GilesDevelopment Associate, Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum BIG CYPRESS — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Big Cypress Reservation hosted two awareness events at To-Pee-Kee-Ke Yak-Ne on Oct. 11 to commemorate the month. The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum presented the first event to kick-off its 2020 Lecture Series. The day opened with a prayer from

Okalee Village holds soft opening

Billy Walker wrestles an alligator at Okalee Village on Oct. 22. (Photo Analicia Austin) Donna Frank poses in front of her table of handmade baskets, Seminole dolls and a Singer sewing machine during a soft opening of Okalee Village on Oct. 22 in Hollywood. Okalee will feature Seminole culture and history

Poem

“Inside Genocide” I can remember when it was all of us, our unity’s what made us and now it’s a must, we gave from our hearts we had our tribal pride, each clan gave love and for us was down to ride. Respect was our Creed with loyalty and trust. Now

Happy Birthday, Mariyah Lee

Mariyah Lee, mommy wants to say how blessed I truly am on this day 09/16, my 1st princess was born. Mommy loves you so much. I am so grateful to be here alive to see you grow and how much you make me and mama so proud. You’re so

Team Iroquois excels in World Indoor Lacrosse Championships

From left, assistant captain Cody Jamieson (Mohawk Nation), captain Jeremy Thompson (Onondaga Nation), and assistant captain Randy Staats (Mohawk Nation) lead Team Iroquois as captains for the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships that ran from Sept. 19-28 in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. As of press time, Team Iroquios had reached

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