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Seminole Scenes — July 2019

CLASSY CLASS: Miss Indian World Cheyenne Kippenberger addresses class of 2019 high school Tribal graduates from the Hollywood Reservation and elsewhere in Broward County on June 18 during a dinner at Seminole Estates. (Photo Kevin Johnson)

 

PICTURESQUE PARK: Quenton Cypress and his daughter Willow enjoy the day at Ruby Beach in the Olympic National Park in Washington State. Behind them is a sea stack, or island, called Abbey Island. (Photo Beverly Bidney)

 

BROTHERS IN LEADERSHIP: Big Cypress Councilman David Cypress and President Mitchell Cypress pose by the Council Oak Tree with the Seminole Hard Rock guitar hotel in the background after the Tribe’s inauguration ceremony on June 3 in Hollywood. (Photo Beverly Bidney)

 

ROCKIN’ ROWDIES: The Tampa Bay Rowdies, whose official jersey sponsor is the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa, gather for a photo in Alabama before their 2-0 win against Birmingham Legion FC on June 1. The victory kept Tampa Bay undefeated with an 8-0-5 record in USL Championship play. (Photo Tampa Bay Rowdies/Facebook)

 

ROOF CLIMBERS: This may not be Mt. Everest, but these workers are harnessed for safety as they affix the roof to Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum’s new Major Billie L. Cypress building. (Photo Beverly Bidney)

 

WELCOME DAY: The Tribe held its annual Take Your Child to Work Day on April 25 at Tribal headquarters in Hollywood. Youngsters were treated to a full day of activities, including participation in arts, culture, fire-rescue, health and other stations. They even had the opportunity to put on judge’s robes in Tribal Court. The event was organized by the Human Resources Department. Participating departments included Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Billie Swamp Safari, building and grounds, construction management, housing, human resources, information technology/GIS, integrative health, Seminole Fire-Rescue, Seminole Media Productions, Seminole Police Department and Tribal Court. (Photo Derrick Tiger (3),
Matt Goes

 

WELCOME DAY: The Tribe held its annual Take Your Child to Work Day on April 25 at Tribal headquarters in Hollywood. Youngsters were treated to a full day of activities, including participation in arts, culture, fire-rescue, health and other stations. They even had the opportunity to put on judge’s robes in Tribal Court. The event was organized by the Human Resources Department. Participating departments included Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Billie Swamp Safari, building and grounds, construction management, housing, human resources, information technology/GIS, integrative health, Seminole Fire-Rescue, Seminole Media Productions, Seminole Police Department and Tribal Court. (Photo Derrick Tiger (3),
Matt Goes

 

WELCOME DAY: The Tribe held its annual Take Your Child to Work Day on April 25 at Tribal headquarters in Hollywood. Youngsters were treated to a full day of activities, including participation in arts, culture, fire-rescue, health and other stations. They even had the opportunity to put on judge’s robes in Tribal Court. The event was organized by the Human Resources Department. Participating departments included Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Billie Swamp Safari, building and grounds, construction management, housing, human resources, information technology/GIS, integrative health, Seminole Fire-Rescue, Seminole Media Productions, Seminole Police Department and Tribal Court. (Photo Derrick Tiger (3),
Matt Goes

 

WELCOME DAY: The Tribe held its annual Take Your Child to Work Day on April 25 at Tribal headquarters in Hollywood. Youngsters were treated to a full day of activities, including participation in arts, culture, fire-rescue, health and other stations. They even had the opportunity to put on judge’s robes in Tribal Court. The event was organized by the Human Resources Department. Participating departments included Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Billie Swamp Safari, building and grounds, construction management, housing, human resources, information technology/GIS, integrative health, Seminole Fire-Rescue, Seminole Media Productions, Seminole Police Department and Tribal Court. (Photo Derrick Tiger (3),
Matt Goes
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