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Early 2019 Indian Day scenes

Cecilia Garcia tends to a meal being prepared in the cooking chickee at the Immokalee Indian Day culture day Sept. 23, one of this year’s early Indian Day events in the Tribe. Seminole favorites including spam and tomatoes, chili, spaghetti and plenty of fry bread were just a few items on the menu for the community to enjoy. Check out the October 31 issue of The Seminole Tribune for complete coverage of the Tribe’s Indian Day events. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Billy Walker tells traditional Seminole stories and legends at the Immokalee Indian Day culture day at the village Sept. 23. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
Beverly Bidney
Beverly Bidney has been a reporter and photographer for The Seminole Tribune since 2012. During her career, she has worked at various newspapers around the country including the Muskogee Phoenix in Oklahoma, Miami Herald, Associated Press, USA Today and other publications nationwide. A NAJA award winning journalist, she has covered just about everything over the years and is an advocate for a strong press. Contact her at