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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Virginia Sorrels, American Indian Heritage Day in Texas
    American Indian Heritage Day in Texas This holiday was celebrated for the first time on September 27 2013 The AIHD committee s focus now is to increase awareness and understanding of American Indian culture and traditions through education One of our projects is to create an online culture resource Through this resource and at our events the AIHD committee hopes to promote the importance of our Tribes elders We are also working on school curriculum that will be used to raise awareness of American Indian history and culture among k 12 students in Texas through information on the federal and state recognized tribes of Texas Though a critical goal of our committee is to educate the general public on American Indians it is of major importance that we too serve the indigenous population within Texas Therefore a major component of the AIHD Committeeâ s work will be to help our statewide American Indian communities with educational resources which assist them in passing on their cultures to future generations UPDATE from Virginia Sorrels Danzho from Lone Star Park The American Indian Heritage Day in Texas committee is in the final stages of completing preparations for AIHD day ceremonies This is going to be held at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie Texas on September 27 We invite all Lipan Apache Tribal members to this second annual celebration They will be giving free FLU SHOTS at the event given by our partner at Dallas Urban Inter Tribal Center We will be selling AIHD Waterbird T shirts designed by Brian Landry exclusively at the event The cost will be 25 00 a shirt All proceeds go for educational and awareness of American Indians The funds garnered from these sales will also help fund next year s event Vendors will be present Those wishing

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/AIHD/VSorrels.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Report from the Fundraising Committee
    Garcia Cafepress Store RAM d signs managed by Raquel Monday HELP SPREAD THE WORD and SHARE RAM D Signs Lipan owned Designs by Lipan Artist a Lipan products gift shop is now open more designs added daily Hope you like what you see All proceeds will go to help fund Lipan Apache Tribe s Educational Programs including sponsoring our annual Pow Wow the Culture Center Museum and all other programs

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/FundRC/Fundraising.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Texas State Resolution Recognizing The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas
    gathered in the gallery cheered Representative Hunter escorted the tribe s representatives to the Senate where they came under the chair of Senator Juan Chuy Hinojosa Democratic State Senator from District 20 Members of the tribe assembled in the upper gallery On the floor Senator Hinojosa recognized and introduced to the Senate representatives of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas Chairman Bernard F Barcena Vice Chairman Robert Soto Treasurer Juan Soliz Clerk of the Nation Alma Cruz and Tribal Administrator William Larew Senator Hinojosa introduced State Senate Resolution 438 at 11 15 am The senate unanimously adopted Resolution 438 to the thunderous applause from those present Each and every senator shook hands with the tribe s representatives Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst also congratulated the tribe s representatives and the gathered tribe on the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas recognition Immediately following the tribe assembled in the Capitol Rotunda to celebrate in song and dance The South Texas Indian Dancers along with the Huisache Creek Singers led by Ruben Soto sang an Honor song in honor of our veterans and our ancestors who desired to see this day but died never seeing this unforgettable day Following the honor song three victory songs were performed by the South Texas Indian Dancers and other members of the Lipan Apache Tribe Special thanks to Teresa Velasquez and her family who came to represent the Chickasaw tribe and also joined the celebration in dance Afterwards the group moved to the exterior of the building on the east side where Robert Soto performed a hoop dance in gratitude and thanksgiving for the special occasion Chairman Barcena and William Larew presented to Representative Hunter Senator Hinojosa and Bobby Gonzalez a special tribal proclamation and gifts of tobacco and sage provided by Tom Castillo Homeland Administrator of the

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/StateRecognition/StateRecognitionEvent.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe's Museum and Cultural Center: Museum Keepers Letter
    keep the lights on and the doors open Any monthly donations we collect are so important We do not receive any funds from any government or outside source All your General Council and other staff workers are VOLUNTEERS so none of your contribution will go to these generous souls As it was in the past it is true today it is the Lipan Apache themselves who will keep their culture

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Museum/MuseumKeeper/MuseumKeeperMay20.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas: Museum Keeper "Spanish translation"
    o una donación mensual Oprima el boton Hágase un Encargado de Museo en esta página y aprenda como puede hacerlo Gracias a cada uno por su apoyo E te e El Consejo General Ponga Aguja Sobre el Imagen Demostración de Museo de Escudo Tribal Qué Ve Usted Puede algo hablar más por una Gente que el símbolo que ellos han adoptado para honrar su Nación Las palabras pueden ser muy poderosas pero es siempre la imagen que se queda en su mente y en su corazón Juan Villarreal y Tom Castillo compartieron ideas en como crear mejor una imagen que tiene sentidos dentro de sentidos dentro de sentidos Cada persona leerá las palabras de la Historia de Escudo Tribal y luego estudiará cada parte de este símbolo Lipan Cada persona verá algo especial y para aquella persona se hace un tesoro dentro de su corazón Le pido mirar profundamente en este Escudo y ver si usted encuentra algo especial para llevar en su corazón como un entendimiento de mi Gente y nuestras tradiciones Una Escena del Pasado en el Museo Tantas cosas comparte la Gente Somos padres madres hermanos hermanas primos tías y sí abuelas y abuelos Trabajamos mucho para

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/MKspanish.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Linda Walking Woman, High School Education Guidelines
    SAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test PSAT NMSQT if offered at the high school Placing as a finalist or semifinalist in this National Merit Scholar competition will opens many scholarships offers and invitations from universities â Look up dates for the ACT test and take the ACT test in the second half of your junior year with plans to retake it at least one more time the next year before applying to colleges â Start making a list of teachers advisors or supervisors who you might ask to write recommendation letters for college and scholarship applications â You should continue participating in community service and in summer enrichment programs Check with the Tribal Office for any volunteer work they might have such as helping with the Cultural Center or the Annual Pow Wow â With your parent s discuss college financial aid with your guidance counselor During the Senior Year â Most important for receiving good financial aid from the college of your choice is filling the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA early after January 1st Each College has its FAFSA deadline usually between February and March The FAFSA is necessary for any financial aid NOT NOT MISS this very very important deadline â Ask your parents to remain involved in your final year in high school especially in course planning with the guidance counselor looking for scholarships available and the college search Have them attend any and all Parent and Teacher Conferences with you â You should continue participating in community service Check with the Tribal Office for any volunteer work they might have such as helping with the Cultural Center or the Annual Pow Wow â With your parent consult guidance counselor on scholarships opportunities available through the school colleges or private organizations You should have

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Education/HighSchoolGuidelines.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas Tribal Shield
    honor y la reverencia Arreglado en un círculo habla al Círculo de Vida Catorce flechas significan catorce grupos y las flechas van en un movimiento circular del Este al Oeste un camino Sagrado a nuestra Gente Las cuentas que unen a nuestros Antecedientes y clanes son pintadas en los colores del Este negro el Oeste amarillo el Sur azul y el Norte blanco El modelo es de vida y rezos dotados con el humo La Gente del Bosque y la Gente de las Llanuras todos los Nde son vistos como una familia bajo el Gran Cielo de azul Nopalito y las plantas de Yuca revelan como la tierra da vida en forma de alimento medicina provee regalos de refugio y necesidades de cada dia En el mismo centro de todo esta el Búfalo ya que él representa la caza y el conocimiento que el Creador proveera ha Su Gente Dentro del Búfalo esta una vaca pequeña de color gris ligero y pura un símbolo de renacimiento y la fuerza de una nueva generación Aquí está la promesa de enseñar a los niños los viejos costumbres conservar las tradiciones la lengua y la cultura de todo que es Apache Lipan En oraciones al Creador por todo que ha pasado todo que es y todo que será hay cuatro plumas de Águila Los lazos que unen las Plumas al Aro Sagrado de la Vida son rojos por la sangre de la Gente y son abrigados en el tendón cuatro veces el número cuatro es una metáfora que llama al Apache Lipan Las Plumas son regalo del Creador por la oracion y por Su Voluntad la Gente Apache Lipan permanecera Y estando listos el Apache Lipan caminará en Belleza Sobre el artista El escudo tribal fue diseñado y pintado completamente por el artista

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/theshieldspanish.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Lipan Apache Tribe: The Meaning of the Tribal Name Lipan
    s ancient journey from the McKenzie Basin of Canada to their eventual homeland of Texas The Lipans and all Apaches see the Earth as a circle suspended in space at the four points of the compass Each direction is represented by a color When the ancient Lipan Apaches migrated from the north and then moved east into Texas they were moving from the white of the north toward the black

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Museum/museum_lipanname.html (2016-02-09)
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