Document 4429

HAPPENINGS
LAKOTA COUNTRY TIMES
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2009 B1
REZ HAPPENINGS
To post your event call, fax or email Troylynn Twiss
Phone:605-685-1868 FAX:605-685-1870 Email: [email protected]
AA Meetings
Every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in Kateri Hall
at the St. Agnes Church in Manderson.
Everyone welcome, call 867-2267 for information. Every Tuesday from 5:30 6:30 p.m. at the Pahin Sinte College
Center in Porcupine, for info call Janice
at 867-5404.
Grief Support Group
Meeting the second and fourth Tuesday
of each month from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at
Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Kyle, for
information call 455-2888
12 Step meetings
Tuesday evenings, 7:30 p.m. at the East
Wakpamni College Center in Batesland
Aerobics
Monday and Wednesday evenings from
6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Porcupine Clinic
sponsored by the Pahin Sinte College
Center, for information call 867-5404
Lakota Language Immersion Class
Every Tuesday from 10 am until 12:00
noon at the Pahin Sinte College Center in
Porcupine with Bryan Charging Cloud
open to students, community members
and programs for male students only, for
information call 867-5404
Co-dependency Support Group
Meets on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. at the
AA trailer in Pine Ridge
Virtual High School Registration
Continues at Red Shirt Community
School, Wolf Creek School, Batesland
School and Rockyford School for
interested students who aren’t going to
school but would like to enroll for and
work for a high school diploma at the
new Shannon County Virtual High
School, for information call Vicki Grant
at 288-1921.
Adult swimming
Daily at the SuAnne Big Crow Boys and
Girls Club from 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 noon
and 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., for information
call Chick at 867-1011
Grief Support Group meetings
Every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Gospel Fellowship Church in Pine Ridge, for information call Lisa 867-1704 or Robin
454-0771
Sacred Walk to Protect Mother Earth
On Friday and Saturday June 26 and 27,
2009 a mother earth spiritual Run,
sponsored by 1st nations United will
begin with camping at Bear Butte. For
more info contact Gary Spears at 952974-3257.
Pahin Sinte Owayawa registration
New school in Porcupine registering
new students May 1 – Sept. 11, for infor- Vergil Pourier Baseball Tourney
mation 867-5588
Rescheduled until 4th of July weekend
due to lack of teams in tournament. No
Fishing Derby-Rez Bass Anglers 2009
entry fee. Call Raydean 867-1408 or
Club bass tournaments for two man Robin 454-0771 or Darby 685-8253.
teams throughout summer, for
information Jake 867-1750, Willie
Rez Rodders Car Club
867-1077 or Fred 867-5635
Looking for members we meet every 2nd
and 4th Wednesday of the month. ConMud Racers - Hermosa Mud Track
tact Jake @ 867-1750/Dale @ 867August 2nd - September 20th-Hermosa 1284/Cboy @ 454-5427/ George @
Mud Track. End of season BHMR
867-2277/Bob @ 867-2842.
Meeting & party @ Trails West Bar in
Hermosa October 17, 2009. For more OST Food Distribution Program
info contact Melissa @ 605-454-3758
Commodity Issue Schedule - June
June 1st - Monday @ Pine Ridge and
Mud Bog Racing 2009
July 11, August 15 and September 12 at Wanblee /Warehouses will be open.
the Ohitika track in Kyle, gates open at June 4th- Thursday @ Kyle By the Cap
10:00 a.m., driver’s meeting 12:00 noon Building. June 8th - Monday @ Manderand race time 1:00 p.m., for more infor- son By the Post Office/Wounded Knee
mation Jenny 867-6218 or Jamie 441- Upper Housing. June 10th - Wednesday
@ Martin/Sunrise Housing. June 12th 3241.
Friday @ Porcupine By Cap Building &
Evergreen Housing. June 16th - Tuesday
Mud Racers - Coyote Valley Mud Race
@ Allen/Batesland/Wakpamni. June
July 2nd - 19th, August 22nd,
October 3rd - Finals @ Smithwick, SD. 17th - Wednesday @ Oglala/Old Oglala
For more info contact Melissa 605-454- Store Site. June 23 - 30 @ Pine Ridge and
Wanblee Warehouses. Closed for
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Inventory
Rosebud Oyate Art Market
Every Thursday at Sinte Gleska Univer- Ellen & James Dean Moves Camp
sity Student Lounge beginning at 6:00 Memorial Pow wow
p.m. Local artists will be given an op- July 18 & 19, 2009 - Hisle, S.D. Will be
portunity to market their work through having specials in Golden Womens’s, Jr.
ROAM. For more information call the Girls Fancy, Golden Men’s, and Teen
Tree of Life Ministry @ 856-2396 or Boys Grass. For more information contact Germaine Moves Camp @ 605-441856-4266.
2685.
Sicangu Oyate Teca Youth Group
24th Annual Toas Pueblo Pow Wow
Concert
Will be having a benefit concert on
July 10, 11, & 12, 2009 at Taos, New MexAugust 7, 2009 @ SGU Multipurpose ico. $5.00 per person per day/dancers
bldg in Mission S.D. from 4:00 p.m. to and drum free admission. Over $40,000
12:00 a.m. The band will be Arrow Space in prizes. For general & vendor informaand Tamvo Loco. All Proceeds will tion contact Debbie 575-741-0181.
fundthe St. Francis Safe House and the
youth group acticities.
AA Meetings
Monday -Thursday-Saturday @ 8:00
p.m. Will be held at St. Katharine’s Episcopal Church 204 4th Ave. Martin S.D.
For more information call 605-6854009.
Rosebud Summer Youth Appreciation
Concert and Comedy Hour
Beginning at 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on
June 26, 2009 at Rosebud Casino. Supper will be served at 5:00 p.m. If you
have any questions contact the RST
President’s Office @ 747-2381.
2nd Annual Black Hills Prayer Walk &
Camping
Wednesday through Saturday July 1 - 4,
2009 . Walk begins at Wind Cave in the
Southern Black Hills and continues until
finally ending at Bear Butte. Camping
begins at Bear Butte Lodge on July 1 and
continues through July 12, 2009 for more
information contact Gary Silk at 218444-3828.
Suanne Boys & Girls Club Summer
Activities
July 6, 2009 Rhondaq Peyton Associate
Professor at Sante Fe College will start a
month of Art Classes. Will be working
with lanterns made out of wood, cut
glass, silk screening, glass fusing, jewelery, glass cofetti, landscapes and more.
For more information call 867-1011.
Shawl Sewing Breast Cancer Shawls for
Pink Shawl Project
Will be held at Martin Cap Office Saturday July 25, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. Lunch
will be provided. All materials will be
provided. (If you have a sewing machine
bring it) For more information contact
Karen Red Star, Health Education @
867-5694 or 454-1879.
Rez Happenings are free just e-mail
[email protected]
LAKOTA FUNDS
UPCOMING EVENTS
Hello to all, today I bring you good news!
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For all those who have been waiting for the Buddy
Red Bow CD's to come back in print that day is
here. We got in the two titles "Black Hills
Dreamer & Journey To The Spirit World." There
is still no release date for the title "BRB" yet,
bummer. For now I would strongly encourage you
to come in and take advantage of these titles while
we have them in stock, you never know when they
will go out of print again. I know you are anxiously waiting to listen to the most requested
song Run Indian Run!
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Training Name
Location
Date
Time
Financial Literacy-1 Day Class
Financial Literacy-1 Day Class
Core Four
Financial Literacy-1 Day Class
Financial Literacy-1 Day Class
Financial LIteracy-1 Day Class
Core Four
Financial Literacy-1 Day Class
Manderson
Wanblee
TBA
Oglala
Pine Ridge
Kyle
TBA
Porcupine
June 27, 2009
June 25, 2009
Aug. 12, 2009
Aug. 22, 2009
Sept. 26, 2009
Oct. 24, 2009
Oct. 28, 2009
Nov. 21, 2009
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Another popular song that a lot of people look for
but don't know who sings it or where to find it in
NDN KRZ's by Keith Secola. Remember it goes
like this: "I've been driving in my NDN car with
the pound of the wheels drumming in my brain.
My dash is dusty and the plates are expired.
Please officer let me explain I've got to make it to
a powwow tonight I'll be singing 49's down by
the river side looking for sugar riding in my NDN
car."
Your Weekly REZ Horoscope
June 21 - June 27
Well I hope this gives you some cool tunes to
listen to during the summer drives! As always
you can find these at the Prairie Edge Book &
Music Store.
Toksa
Charlene Hollow Horn Bear
Prairieedge.com
1-800-541-2388
ARIES: MARCH 21 - APRIL 20
Aye too many options are confusing to you. Between that and all the oyate (people) who want you
to see it their way you can't think. Ecun don't make
this decision now. You're ohlate (under) too much
pressure and it'll keep until you're ready kaga (to
make) it.
LIBRA: SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 20
How far do you really need to go to please oyaté
(people)? Ečuŋ when they expect too much, it
would seem fair to say no once in a while. Aye if you
keep giving in and saying yes čuŋ you'll soon be
swallowed up by what appears to be a bottomless
pit.
TAURUS: APRIL 21 - MAY 20
In over your nata (head), it won't pay to remain in
denial about it. Asking for wookiye (help) wouldn't
be a bad idea; you could also throw in the towel.
Aye to keep pushing seems absurd. What will it
take to show you what needs akipa (to happen)?
SCORPIO: OCTOBER 21 - NOVEMBER 20
Ečuŋ gambling on whether this will pay off you
have the feeling it was stupid to put all your witka
(eggs) in one basket. Huŋ he don't make things
worse by throwing good mazaska (money) after
bad. Aye if this was a mistake, own it; houŋ cut
your losses and move on.
GEMINI: MAY 21 - JUNE 20
Aye changes in your personal wiconi (life) have distracted you. Houn your tawacin (mind) isn't on
your work and even though everyone understands
what you're going through, ecun at this point taking care of business would help you sort out your
problems.
Troylynn Twiss
UP
NOW PLAYING
Transformers:
Revenge of the Fallen
Starts Wed. June 24
Thursday, Friday,Saturday
8:00 pm
Inland Theater
Chadron, NE
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T ra n sf o rm er s : R ev e n ge of
t h e Fa l l en ( PG 13 )
Th e T a k i n g of P e l h a m1 23 ( R )
My S i s t er ' s Ke ep e r (P G 1 3 )
T h e H a n go v er (R )
Wed. June [email protected]:15 Ice Age: Dawn
of the Dinosaurs (PG)
Main Street-Martin
391-4391
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CANCER: JUNE 21 - JULY 20
Huŋ he nothing you do will yutokeča (change) the
fact that someone else has all the control here. Aye
you handed your power over to them ages ago.
Ečuŋ taking it back could see you walking away
from a situation that hasn't worked for a long, long
wahehaŋ (time).
SAGITTARIUS: NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 20
Houŋ faced with another crisis, you've barely recovered from the last waŋji (one). As this round
unfolds, ečuŋ you'll need a whole new approach.
Willpower isnala (alone) won't cover it, but toksa
you've got tons of spiritual support. Don't hesitate to call on it.
CAPRICORN: DECEMBER 21 - JANUARY 20
Ečuŋ too much activity has made it hard for you
waŋyaŋka (to see) anything clearly. Aye dazed and
confused, you aren't sure yet but you're beginning
waŋyaŋka (to see) that what you thought you
wanted isn't everything it was kakpi (cracked) up
to be.
LEO: JULY 21 - AUGUST 20
Ečuŋ too much has changed for you to keep filling
your wičoni (life) up with distractions. This
would include oyaté (people) who aren't on the
same wavelength. Stop wasting your wahehaŋ
(time) fooling around with losers who have nothing onspekiya (to teach) you.
Aye let go of your uncertainty trips and dump whoever just came along for the yanka (ride). Ečuŋ you
don't need any excess baggage screwing up the best
thing that ever happened. Tokša the lighter you
travel the easier it will be to get this kiŋyaŋ (to fly).
VIRGO: AUGUST 21 - SEPTEMBER 20
Aye don't let anyone question your authority in
this situation. Ečun you know more about what's
going on than they do. The tendency to cave in
when others start pressing their case needs to be
watched. Toksa whatever you do, stand firm.
Aye true wowastélaka (love) never runs smooth;
don't forget, you signed up for this! Ečuŋ what we
have to pay to have the real thing always costs more
than we planned on. What you have to do now is
decide whether or not it's kipiya (worth) the price.
AQUARIUS: JANUARY 21 - FEBRUARY 20
PISCES: FEBRUARY 21 - MARCH 20