June 2017 Southern California Tribal News

Articles

  • SCTCA High School Graduation Celebration 2017
  • CSUSM American Indian Studies
  • Harrah’s Resort and Casino: David Hasselhoff Mayor of ‘Funner, CA’
  • California Indian Museum and Cultural Center: Food Sovereignty Series
  • California Indian Museum and Cultural Center: Tribal Youth Ambassadors
  • San Luis Rey Mission 21st Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow
  • UC Riverside 36th Annual Powwow
  • Pala 10th Annual Honoring Traditions Gathering & Powwow
  • Barona 46th Annual Powwow
  • Sycuan 28th Annual Powwow
  • Sycuan 11th Annual Traditional Gathering
  • San Pasqual Reservation Gathering
  • IHC & SD Regional Human Trafficking Advisory Council: Human Trafficking Awareness
  • IHC: Family Summer Movie Night
  • 16th Annual Pala Learning Center Barbecue
  • 27th Annual California Indian Basketweavers Gathering
  • 8th Annual ITS Golf Tournament Fundraiser
  • 7th Annual All Tribes in Recovery Gathering
  • Rincon 2017 Fiesta

News Type

News Video

Member Tribe

Barona Band of Mission Indians
Pala Band of Mission Indians
Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians
San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation

Related SCTCA News

It’s getting hot out there! With a series of warm days ahead, remember you can power down at home and still beat the heat by visiting a Cool Zone. Use SDG&E’s interactive map to find the Cool Zone nearest you. Many are open on the weekends.... Read More

Article 1: Make this a cool summer with a new smart thermostat
 
Purchase an approved smart thermostat and enroll in SDG&E's Reduce Your UseSM Rewards – and you’ll receive a $50 Visa® gift card. Plus, you can earn another $25 for each summer you participate in... Read More

Articles

  • Native American High School Graduates Receive Awards And Academic Honors
  • San Diego State University Hosts Annual Native American Graduation Ceremony
  • San Diego State University, 2017 Native American Graduates
  • Santa Ynez TANF Presents ‘... Read More

Article 1: Seasonal reminder
Electricity rates switch annually from winter to summer pricing on May 1. This may affect your bill since summer rates are often higher than winter rates. If your pricing plan is based on time of use, remember that summer peak hours start on... Read More

Articles

  • TANF Participants Share Stories Of Struggle – And Success
  • Beading Class Includes Making Earrings And Medallions
  • Social Security Announces Online Service To Replace Cards In California
  • Dispatches: Pala
  • Native American... Read More