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Soaring Eagle Back at Ballard

By Roy Cook

Soaring Eagle dance workshops Sept. 14, 2011 is back at Ballard Parent Center in Old Town. We invite you to bring your children and family to learn by observation and participation, a traditional way. Come on down for the pow wow dance, music and also enjoy the friendship of the gatherings.

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We sang and the children danced and all was right in our world. There is Harmony and balance where it should be. Many of our other familiar features were in place: The hospitality of the SCAIR sponsored community feast, SCAIR tutor, Jeanne Alvarado and the graded reading books-My New School and September 11, Remember.

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The SDUSD Title VII Parents committee and concerned community members met in room 3 for discussion and questions for the administrator and superintendent about the Title VII Indian Education program since the retirement of Vickie Gambala.
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After the Pala, Barona and Sycuan pow wows (Enjoy the images of these events again.) we feel that many San Diego American Indian pow wow trails lead to the Old Town location and the Soaring Eagles:

Harold J. Ballard Parent Center.

2375 Congress St
San Diego, CA 92110

Also, remember to bring a potluck item or side dish for the Soaring Eagles evening feast. Everyone is welcome to attend the dance workshop. The Indian children are our future.

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For Soaring Eagle performance information:

Remember, state your expectations completely and that honorariums and perks are a part of the value of the Soaring Eagle performance group and are negotiated by our performance coordinator:

Abel Jacome-619-454-4951

bigabes64@Yahoo.com

Soaring Eagle information:

Vickie Gambala 619-306-7318

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San Diego Pow wow Events:


Sept. 17-18, 2011
Soboba Pow wow
Click here for Info


Sept 24-25, 2011
Morongo Pow wow
Click here for Info