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Indian Times: A Newly Recognized Tribe (Oct 17, 2010)

This week on Indian Times,  the Shinnecock Nation becomes the 565th federally recognized tribe…what is now being called the “Norman earthquake” causes an Indian health facility to shut down…Health & Human services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announces a new Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee (STAC).

Upcoming events in Oklahoma:
Brent and Kennetha Greenwood
are the 2010 National Indian Parents of the Year.  They are both artists who are passing on their heritage to their children.  In recognition of their accomplishments,  the Standing Buffalo Art Gallery in Norman is presenting an exhibition of the Greenwood family’s art work, with an opening this weekend.  For more information call 405-701-4060.

The Drum Awards, a national awards program that honors Native American leadership and excellence, will be having its black-tie red carpet event on November 1st at the Choctaw Nation Event Center in Durant, Oklahoma.  Among the winners this year are the late Chief Wilma Mankiller, astronaut John Herrington and actor Wes Studi.  For more information on the Drum Awards log on to or call 918-384-7863.

Friday October 29th the Fall Harvest Festival will take place from 6:30 to 8pm at the Glorieta Baptist Church in Oklahoma City.  There will be a chili & stew cook off and games for all ages.  For more information call 632-3365.

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