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Seminole Scenes – Present and Past 6/30/20

Seminole Scenes from the June 30, 2020, Seminole Tribune, including photos of signs from the Tribune archives.

SHOWING THANKS: In a display of appreciation, Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School 8th-grade graduate Tierra Gardner, right, shows her thanks to PECS guidance counselor Jeanine Gran by giving her a giant stuffed animal and other gifts during the Brighton Council Office’s graduation recognition event at the school June 5. (Kevin Johnson photo)
MEANINGFUL MASK: The mask of 2020 Okeechobee High School graduate Ozzy Osceola was made by his mother and recognizes Ozzy’s Seminole and Mexican heritage. It also includes a nod to baseball, which he played for four years at OHS and plans to play at South Florida State College in Avon Park. (Kevin Johnson photo)
ON THE BIG SCREEN: The Hollywood Reservation’s graduates received the star treatment with their photos displayed on a giant mobile screen in Seminole Estates. The project was done by Seminole Media Productions. (Kevin Johnson photo)
TESTING: Coronavirus test sites for Tribal members and other Seminole community members were set up in Hollywood at the Fire Rescue station (sign above), Brighton Fire Rescue station, Big Cypress aviation hanger and Immokalee Community Center. For more information contact Health & Human Services. (Kevin Johnson photo)
Signs from the past: Brighton Reservation (Tribune file phtoo)
Signs from the past: Seminole Tribe Arts Crafts Center. (Tribune file photo)
Signs from the past: Beef in Big Cypress. (Tribune file photo)
Signs from the past: Seminole Indian Days at the Smallwood Store in Chokoloskee. (Tribune file photo)