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Seminole Scenes: November

THANKSGIVING MEALS: Immokalee Reservation employee Amanda Deck loads up a vehicle with turkeys and hams during the reservation’s Thanksgiving drive thru Nov. 16. Other reservations held similar events for employees before the holiday. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
THANKSGIVING DISPLAYS: The Immokalee Recreation Department decked out the gym with festive Thanksgiving decorations, inside and out, despite not having a community dinner this year. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
THANKSGIVING DISPLAYS: The Immokalee Recreation Department decked out the gym with festive Thanksgiving decorations, inside and out, despite not having a community dinner this year. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
HOLIDAY ORNAMENT: A Seminole doll head basket ornament is available for the holidays through the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum store
at seminole-store.com. (Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum)
HANGING AIRPLANT: An airplant takes in all the nutrients it needs as it thrives on the trunk of a cypress tree near the boardwalk at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum in Big Cypress on Nov. 17. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
PRODUCTIVE PINK: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City raised $125,000 in its Pinktober campaign in support of breast cancer awareness and research. “Thank you to our friends at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City and its patrons who generously raised $125,000 for the American Cancer Society through their 22nd annual Pinktober campaign,” the American Cancer Society posted on social media. (Hard Rock/Facebook)
OHS SALUTE: In a Veterans Day video honor, Okeechobee High School paid tribute to its graduates who have served in the military, including the Seminole Tribe’s David Nunez, who served in the U.S. Navy. The video was posted on the school’s Facebook page. (Facebook)
BIRTHDAY BOY: A December birthday for John Anderson, who wrote and recorded “Seminole Wind.” Anderson was born Dec. 13, 1954. Released in 1992, “Seminole Wind” reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in the U.S. and hit No. 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. (John Anderson/Facebook)
AH-TAH-THI-KI LEADERS: The new leadership at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum – assistant director Marcella Billie and director Gordon “Ollie” Wareham. (Photo Beverly Bidney)
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