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WICHITA TRIBAL MEMBER, ADRIAN LABRADA, SIGNS WITH USAO
On April 11, 2017, Wichita Tribal Member, Adrain Labrada, signed with USAO to run cross-country. Adrian is graduating senior at Anadarko High School and is very active in sports. Congratulations Adrian!
We will have more about Adrian in our upcoming April newspaper.
Front row: (Nephew) Jeremiah
Beaver, (Mother) Crystal LaBrada, (Signee) Adrian LaBrada (Wichita
Tribal member) Anadarko HS Cross Country Coach John Holten
Back row: (Sister) Ryleigh Farina, (Brother) Isiah LaBrada, (Brother) Joseph Beaver, USAO Cross Country Coach Sid Hudson, (Grandmother) Barnetta LaBrada
WICHITA TRIBE SEEKS INTERNS FOR SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes is currently accepting applications from enrolled Wichita Tribal members who are interested in participating in the summer intern program located at the Wichita Tribal complex. This program is established for Wichita graduating seniors and Tribal college students that will be attending college in the fall of 2017. This will be an 8-week program scheduled between May and July time frame. The program will be held at the Wichita Tribal Complex where the intern will work with the Summer Youth Program and within Tribal programs.
Deadline for applications: May 5, 2017
Prerequisites:Qualifies as at least a graduating senior for 2017 or an undergraduate attending college during the fall 2017.
Please click here for full details about the Summer Intern Program.
WICHITAS TO CONDUCT ARCHEOLOGY WORKSHOP
The Wichita Cultural Education Program (WCEP) in partnership with the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey are excited to announce their upcoming workshop series for young adults focused on Wichita heritage and archaeology. Come join us Sunday, May 14th from 1:00-3:00pm as we explore the tools and methods used by archaeologists. These will include working with artifacts from a recently excavated historic Wichita Village Site. Activities will be geared toward ages 10-18, but participants of all ages are welcome to attend. The workshop will be held in the Wichita Community Building at the Wichita Tribal Complex.
For planning purposes, the WCEP is encouraging parents to enroll their children by May 4, 2017. To enroll in the workshop you can pick up an application at the reception desk in the Administration Building at the Wichita Tribal Complex. You may also enroll by contacting Gary McAdams by phone or email at the number and address given above
TRIBAL MEMBER WINS JR. MISS INDIAN OKLAHOMA CITY
Congratulations to this beautiful young Wichita, Isabella Fridia! She was crowned Jr. Miss Indian Oklahoma City on Friday, March 17, 2017. Her parents are Brandon and Tasha Fridia. Grandmother is Suzanne Wise. Her great grandmother was the late Frances Wise. Very proud of her. She spoke Wichita as she introduced herself and talked about her traditional dress. She did awesome! Congratulations Isabella!
ELDER LAWN MOWING PROGRAM-APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE
2017 cutting grass season has begun.
Cutting began April 10, 2017 but applications are still available.
If you would like more information about the Elders Lawn Service, please contact Aldelzon Saldana at (405)247-2425 or email at email@example.com.