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Over the past six months, we’ve been busy spreading the word about Neto… and our cause in a variety of ways. We’ve set a lot of organizational goals this year including being more visible in the community, engaging with people online and raising awareness for Native American arts and culture in Western new York. Some of the things we’re proud of include setting up and been active on Facebook as well as launching our new web site with
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James C Jamieson
We are proud to announce that this years “James C. Jamieson ‘s Memorial Award” has been presented to Antonio Rivera of school #19 in the city of Buffalo NY.
The award is given annually to a student who exemplifies outstanding leadership qualities and shows an appreciation for human diversity. James Jamieson attended Buffalo native American Magnet School #19 and initiated the addition of the Eagle
staff to the school’s auditorium assemblies. Prior to his earnest protests to have it installed in this place of honor, the American flag flew solo with no recognition of our nation’s aboriginal heritage. At a very young age, James understood America’s diversity and the importance of celebrating it. The Eagle staff, which you see at your assemblies, was James’ idea of a wonderful way to remind us of that very important part of America-our native American heritage. We often forget that children can open the eyes of adults. Children can and do lead. James Jamieson led, and this ward is to applaud other young people, like yourself, who follow along on leadership’s path. As a recipient of this award, you continue James’ legacy.
Want to thank everyone who came out for Buffalo Creek Treaty canoe paddle, Neto… Board members John Frank, Nancy Smith (registrations) and Dana Marciniak for the publicity, special thanks Mike Bastine for water blessing and to Gretchin Sepik for Mary Jemison performance, Sam Tadaro for the use of pick up truck, Mike Wheeler assisting with introductions and Mary Jacobs and the vendors, Lost Lady Bug project. Scajaquada canoe club, McKinley high School. It was a tough paddle against the wind and most didn’t make the full trip but everyone was safe and that matters most!