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Seminole Scenes — April 2019

BINGO-N-BBQ: We Do Recover hosted a BBQ April 4 for the Immokalee seniors and community. Although the weather was cloudy and windy, it didn’t put out the flames in the massive grills or disturb the rousing bingo game under the chickee. Lee Jumper and Billie Tiger grill the burgers. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
BINGO-N-BBQ: We Do Recover hosted a BBQ April 4 for the Immokalee seniors and community. Although the weather was cloudy and windy, it didn’t put out the flames in the massive grills or disturb the rousing bingo game under the chickee. Pictured is Josh Garza. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
GRANDPA LOVE: In the shade of the chickee, Douglas Osceola enjoys the company of his granddaughter Jaden Osceola-Haltof at the Naples Earth Day celebration April 22. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
HARD ROCK HEALS: In March, the Hard Rock Heals Foundation makes a $10,000 donation to the onePulse Foundation, a 501(c) 3 incorporated by the owners of Pulse Nightclub and created following the 2016 mass shooting at the club in Orlando. Donations to the foundation are used for the construction and operation of an official memorial and museum, community grants and educational programs and scholarships. “We would like to sincerely thank Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando and the Hard Rock Heals Foundation for their charitable donation of $10,000. Your incredible generosity and continued support are invaluable in making our vision a reality,” onePulse said on its Facebook page. (Courtesy Hard Rock)
NAYO SCENES: Salina Dorgan, from the Tribe’s recreation department, holds up a 2019 NAYO basketball shirt which she designed the back of for the tournament which was held April 25-26 at the Howard Tiger Recreation Center in Hollywood. The shirts turned out to be a popular item; they were just about soldout by late afternoon on the second day. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
NAYO SCENES: Spectators Jeremy Smith, Jack Smith, Leona Johnson and Javaris Johnson show their support while watching a game. The annual NAYO youth tournament featured hundreds of Native American players from the Seminole, Choctaw, Cherokee, Seneca, Poarch Creek and Miccosukee tribes and other tribes. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
MORNING AT CAMP- As the early morning sun shines through the live oaks and chickees, Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School teachers and students work in the Brighton culture camp April 17 as they participate in the school’s annual culture days. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
GONE FISHIN’: Big Cypress recreation employee Marcus Thompson helps kids do some fishing March 27 off the Eight Clans Bridge during the department’s spring break camp. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
GONE FISHIN’: Jayde Billie and Jaden Henderson spend an afternoon at the fishing hole, or canal, during spring break camp. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
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