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Seminole Scenes: November 2018

Check out some of our images that made Seminole Scenes this month.

PINK POWER: The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa shows its support for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Cancer, which held a 3.2-mile walk Oct. 20 that started outside Amalie Arena in Tampa. Seminole Hard Rock is the main sponsor. (Courtesy Seminole Hard Rock Tampa/Facebook)
PINK POWER: The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa shows its support for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Cancer, which held a 3.2-mile walk Oct. 20 that started outside Amalie Arena in Tampa. Seminole Hard Rock is the main sponsor. (Courtesy Seminole Hard Rock Tampa/Facebook)
CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES: Jr. Miss Florida Seminole Allegra Billie and Miss Florida Seminole Cheyenne Kippenberger are in the midst of a celebration with the homecoming court and everyone else in Doak Campbell Stadium on Oct. 20 after FSU scored a touchdown against Wake Forest. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
HELPING OUT: Ahfachkee School fans, including Big Cypress Board Rep. Joe Frank, help get the ball back after it went into the stands during the volleyball team’s district playoff game against Glades Day on Oct. 15 in Boca Raton. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
SIDEWALK SALE: Daija Baxley sells her grandmother Connie Gowen’s beadwork, patchwork and baskets to spectators at the FSU homecoming parade Oct. 19 in Tallahassee. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
COMFORTING CUDDLE: Hadyn Billie Alvarado holds Jacoree Callins as her sister Paiton Billie Alvarado looks on during the Immokalee Indian Day on Sept. 26. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
40 YEARS STRONG: Osceola and his mount Renegade celebrate with the fans after Florida State University scored a touchdown during its homecoming game Oct. 20 against Wake Forest. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
FAMILY TIME: Florida State University’s homecoming is the perfect place for a Saturday afternoon family outing, which is what quite a few Tribal members did on Oct. 20 at Doak Campbell Stadium. Here Marvin, Melissa, Kerry and Wyatt Hines enjoy the sunny Tallahassee day with Billie and Amos Tiger at FSU’s football game against Wake Forest. The Seminoles won 38-17. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
GO WARRIORS: Cheerleaders from the Big Cypress Recreation Department cheerleading program show their spirit by cheering for the Ahfachkee School Warriors volleyball team before its final home match of the season Oct. 5. In the bottom row, from left, are Ina Robbins, Mylah Garcia, and Ja’Niah Motlow-Hubbard, and top row, from left, Nahdea Osceola, Danae Gilkes and Tahnia Billie. Additional girls are in the program who are not in the photo. BC Recreation started its cheer program in August. The head coach is Dessie Thomas, BC Recreation site manager, who is assisted by Ashley Faz, BC Recreation aide, and Vera Herrera, BC Recreation coordinator. The squad practices Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-4 p.m. at the BC Fitness Dome. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
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