Monthly Archives: January, 2024

Community Outreach Day

Community health educators Vurlene Notsinneh-Bowekaty and Melanie Nosie from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Health and Human Services Suicide Prevention and Intervention program...

Hekiu Indigenous Artist Continuum Wins MLK Diversity Award

The local Indigenous artist continuum Hekiu won the award for Best Community Group/Organization at the 26th annual Tempe Human Relations Commission MLK Diversity Awards...

Christmas Angels Parent Shopping Day Brings Gifts to Families in Need

During the 2023 holiday season in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, 595 children and 178 families total were served by the Community’s Christmas...

Youth Services Art Mentorship Program Creates New Mural at VA II Neighborhood

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Youth Services Department’s Art Mentorship Program is creating new opportunities for youth to become involved in creating art...

Living with HIV/AIDS: A Survivor’s Story

Recently, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Health and Human Services Suicide Prevention and Intervention Program hosted an online Microsoft Teams gathering to help...

Christmas Raps and Carols Fill ‘A Rapper’s Christmas’ Program

By Nalani Lopez “Kool-Aid on my pickle! Kool-Aid on my gummies! Kool-Aid on my pickle slush, it makes it taste so yummy!” rapped the Kool-Aid...

Christmas Joy and Literacy at Reading All the Way Drive-Thru

By Nalani Lopez Salt River Elementary School students and their families filled the Accelerated Learning Academy’s parking lot in festively decorated cars for the Reading...

Salt River Food Bank Spreads Joy at Holiday Ham Giveaway

By Nalani Lopez To celebrate the holiday season and assist families with the expense of providing a holiday feast, the Salt River Food Bank hosted...

Santa Claus Visits ECEC During Winter Wonderland Celebration

In the heart of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, there was snowfall at the Early Childhood Education Center. To help celebrate the holiday...

Traditional Foods for Babies and the ABCs of Safe Sleep

Na:pt biugim? (“Are you hungry?” in O’odham). This is the question that the Early Childhood Education Center, WIC and SRPMIC Public Health Injury Prevention are...
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Heaven Sepulveda Wins Heard Museum’s Eagle Spirit Award

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community member and Arizona State University doctoral candidate Heaven Sepulveda was chosen by the staff of the Heard Museum in...

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