Monthly Archives: December, 2021

Taste-Testing Project Incorporates Traditional Native Foods into Salt River Schools Menus

Salt River Schools Food Services has teamed up with the Arizona Department of Education’s Health and Nutrition Services Division to create consistent scratch-made recipes...

Phoenix Suns Native American Heritage Night Represents O’odham Culture

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, the Phoenix Suns celebrated Native American culture during their game against the Dallas Mavericks on November 19....

80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Remembered at USS Arizona Memorial Gardens

On December 7, which marked the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the American Legion Bushmasters Post 114 and Discover Salt River...

Community Continues to Monitor Educational Park Plan at Tempe Butte

Tempe Butte in downtown Tempe, also known in O’odham as Oidbaḍ Do’ag and in Piipaash as Xwe Nyakuuly, is a culturally significant site for...

SRPMIC Members Obtain Commercial Driver’s Licenses

Four Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community members have obtained their Class A commercial driver’s licenses through the Community’s Apprenticeship Program in a partnership with...

A Day in the Life of a Salt River Firefighter

There is a certain charm to Salt River Fire Department (SRFD) Station 291 on Osborn Road. Built in 1981, it is the oldest of...

CarShop Holds Grand Opening in the Community

On November 4, CarShop, a unique car dealership and service shop new to the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, held a celebratory grand opening...

Journey to Wellness Event at SRPMIC

During November 15-18, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Diabetes Prevention Services and FitnessFest held a Journey to Wellness event remotely on Zoom for...

1,500 Turkey Dinners Distributed at SRPMIC Thanksgiving Event

With the COVID-19 pandemic still limiting large gatherings in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community this year, the Community provided its members with a...

Community Recreation Employees Move On After Years of Service

Salt River Community Recreational Services employees Diedre Goodluck and Janyse Collins-Salinas are leaving the department after devoting years of service to the Salt River...
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Luncheon Recognizes Tribal Partners in Gaming

On October 31, a special luncheon was held to commemorate the partnerships that the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has enjoyed with local municipalities...

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