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Seminole Scenes: April 2022

EASTER GREETING: A giant inflatable Easter egg basket greets visitors at the entrance of the Big Cypress Senior Center in April. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
DOLPHIN STARS AT HARD ROCK: Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, left, and former Dolphin great Dan Marino attend the Luau with Tua charity event April 9 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. The event benefited the Tua Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami and Broward County. (Tua Foundation)
ARTIST INTERVIEW: Seminole artist Erica Dietz, from the Hollywood Reservation, was a guest on the Indian Country Today newscast with anchor Mark Trahant on April 21. Dietz discussed her work, including being selected to do the art for a mural in Florida State University’s new student union. (Screenshot via ICT)
NBA ON THE REZ: Former NBA player Doug Lee talks to kids April 1 during a basketball clinic at the Howard Tiger Recreation Center in Hollywood. Lee played for the New Jersey Nets and Sacramento Kings in the early 1990s. Since his retirement, Lee has been a businessman and coach. (Courtesy photo)
AND THE WINNER IS…: While Hollywood Board Rep. Christine McCall holds a basket, Gianni Boyce, 7, picks a ticket for the raffle portion of the Hollywood seniors Easter lunch April 11 at Seminole Estates. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
COOL POOL: Finishing touches are made to a swimming pool that is part of the Hard Rock Beach Club at the Miami International Autodrome racetrack on the Hard Rock Stadium campus in Miami Gardens. The track will host the Miami Grand Prix Formula 1 race May 8. The club is set up near one of the turns on the track. Its features include pools, sand and cabanas. (Hard Rock)
GROUND AND AIR: The Big Cypress Reservation was abuzz with firefighting activity on the ground and in the air in late March and early April as emergency personnel from the Seminole Tribe and others dealt with wildfires which caused heavy smoke conditions on some days. Tribal offices and schools were closed April 1 due to the situation. (Photo Kevin Johnson)