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Tribes unite for grants management training

HOLLYWOOD — From May 2 to 3, more than 50 people representing tribes throughout the U.S. visited the Native Learning Center in Hollywood for free grants management training. The training, formally called “Grant Management with the New Uniform Guidance 2 CFR Part 200,” focused on how tribes and their employees can

Work and home get together for Take Your Child to Work Day

HOLLYWOOD — Maintaining a positive work and life balance takes practice, especially for full-time workers. For Tribal employees, the work load of the balance was lightened April 26 as the Tribe hosted its annual Take Your Child to Work Day. “Family is everything and the Tribe is definitely an entity that

Miss Florida Seminole competes in Miss Indian World

Editor’s note: The annual Miss Indian World contest was held during the Gathering of Nations, North America’s largest pow wow, April 26 to 28 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The event attracted more than 10,000 attendees and included 3,600 dancers who competed in a variety of traditional dances. Miss Florida Seminole Randee

International visitors meet with Seminole Tribal Court officials

HOLLYWOOD — A host of international visitors converged at the Tribal Headquarters auditorium in Hollywood May 21 for a special session with Tribal Court officials. The group was visiting to learn about the Seminole Tribal justice system and Tribal court administration. Participants in the International Visitors Leadership Program are part of

Mystery portraits highlight fashion and beauty

Here at the Museum we’ve partnered with this newspaper to care for thousands of photographs their hardworking reporters took for the Seminole Tribe of Florida for over 30 years. You can imagine that is a lot of photos. We estimate there are around 30,000! Since they were transferred to the

Tribe recounts history at Egmont Key

EGMONT KEY — On April 5, Egmont Key was more than a tourist attraction with scenic views and various beach attractions. Staff members from the Tribe’s Tribal Historic Preservation Office organized a two-hour tour for 33 Tribal citizens visiting the site, the largest Seminole visit on the island since the

Seniors take the field for Earth Day

BIG CYPRESS — It was billed as the annual Senior Earth Day Field Day, but cut-throat competition was nowhere to be found April 18. Instead, about 30 seniors relished the camaraderie, fellowship and fun of a day filled with activities and laughter at the Junior Cypress rodeo grounds in Big