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Saturday April 20, 2019 to Wednesday April 24, 2019

Saturday April 20, 2019 6 Events

Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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Sunday April 21, 2019 6 Events

Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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Monday April 22, 2019 6 Events

Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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Tuesday April 23, 2019 7 Events

Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Stretch For Life (Yoga)

Stretch For Life (Yoga) Grand Nation Inc.
Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Pilgrim Presbyterian Church
Address: 101 S. Thompson, Vinita, OK 74301
Price: free
Category: Health
Every Tuesday join us at the Pilgrim Presbyterian Church for our Stretch For Life physical fitness class from 10 am to 11 am

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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Wednesday April 24, 2019 19 Events

REI - Comprehesive QuickBooks Desktop

Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Great Plains Business Development Center McMahon Lecture Hall
Address: 1601 SW Park Ridge Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505
Price: $115
Category: Business Networking
Quickbooks software is ideal for small businesses that manage their own accounting and other business transactions. Participants in this intensive, hands-on training will learn how Quickbooks can streamline their processes and benefit their business. Quickbooks Pro 2018 Desktop version is used for this training. Topics to be covered include: examining chart of accounts; writing checks and recording deposits; reconciling bank statements; entering and paying bills; invoicing customers and receiving payments; creating basic financial statements and balance sheets; tracking sales tax; entering and receiving credit card charges; utilizing sub-accounts. Attendees will enter information on provided laptops using practice sets and have the opportunity to ask questions and receive guidance.

Presenter: Wanda Estus, Integrity Solutions

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Effective Public Speaking - Tulsa

Effective Public Speaking Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Legacy Plaza
Address: 5330 East 31st Street, Suite 231 Tulsa, OK 74135
Price: $50/members $100/non-members
Category: Business Networking
Build essential skills for effective public speaking, including:
- Public speaking essentials: how to sound conversational, speech organization tips, removing "ums" and "ahs," choosing the right words
- Delivering a powerful and persuasive message
- Connecting with your audience
- Creating visually pleasing presentations

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Financial Enrichment Webinar

Financial Enrichment Webinar Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 10:00 am
Price: Free To Members
Category: Business Networking
Financial Enrichment: A Simple Strategy for a Protected Endowment Fund
For most nonprofits, the pinnacle of fundraising efforts is the creation of an endowment through a planned giving program. Yet, planned giving is often neglected, or completely ignored because many nonprofit professionals find the various gift planning strategies difficult to explain to their organization’s donors.


In this short webinar, attendees will discover a simple strategy that allows nonprofit organizations to set aside a portion of their endowment dollars in an account that offers:
• donors the opportunity to make a lasting gift, with a matching component.
• total protection of principal with modest growth over time.
• the opportunity to access principal for operational or program expenses.
• simple implementation with no asset management fees.


This course is intended for:
• Executive Directors
• Development Professionals
• Investment Committee Volunteers
• Board Members
• Foundation Professionals

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Leaders' Circle - Spring Training

Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Address: 720 West Wilshire, Suite 115 Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Price: Member Early Bird Pricing $850 by December 28
Category: Meetings
The biggest challenges faced by nonprofit executive directors involve fundraising in challenging times, leadership capacity and support, mission focus and board governance, and talent management. While surrounded by staff, board members, volunteers and clients, you may still lack a connection to a community of people that understand what you are going through. Where can you come together with leaders who share your challenges and can help empower you in your leadership journey?

Leaders' Circle is tailored specifically to address those needs. In monthly sessions, you will be immersed in a supportive community of other non-profit executives for a time of learning, connecting, and discovering. For a few hours every month, you will have the opportunity to pause the hustle of managing a non-profit and have real, authentic and transparent conversations with like-minded leaders. In this exclusive community, you can expect to:

-Network with some of Oklahomas top executive directors
-Discover valuable leadership principles
-Obtain support from industry experts
-Create lasting connections with community leaders
-Get personalized, one-on-one coaching from an experienced executive coach to help you approach improvement with intention

Each session is specifically designed to address multiple facets of being a non-profit leader. You will not only learn principles of leadership but discuss, in a confidential setting, the hard things executive directors face on a day-to-day basis. A recent leader participant had this to say about Leaders Circle: good presenters on great, challenging topics. Discussion- very helpful, practical knowledge coaching- great accountability and helpful addressing specific problems.

The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own.- Benjamin Disraeli

Share your riches, sign up today. Enrollment is limited to 15, so don't delay. Well see you there.

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Microsoft Excel 2 - An Intermediate Course

Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 2403 N 41st St E, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403
Price: $150 (materials included)
Category: Educational
Unleash the power of Excel's most complex capabilities. In this 12-hour intermediate course, you will get:
A more in-depth knowledge of Excel's ribbons, menus, and
functions, including how to add your own tabs and groups.
Time saving techniques to streamline data queries, data analysis,
and search.
Tips for creating charts, graphs, and tables to wow your
audience.
How to use PivotTable reports and PivotCharts to filter and
summarize your data and worksheets.
Sort and filter tables.
Structure references, validate, and transport data.
Set up permissions and share workbooks.

* Pre-requisite: Excel for Beginners and/or experienced with the basics of Excel and ready to move forward.

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Time Management & Deadlines

Time Management & Deadlines Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Price: $50/Center members $100/non-members
Category: Business Networking
Join this three-hour training session to build skills for time management, to assist yourself in building personal organizational strategies and in implementing a time management program for your organization.

Trainer:
Jerry Wright
Director of Consulting, OKCNP

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How to Survive a Wage & Hour Investigation: Free Compliance Assistance for Employers

Wage & Hour Investigation Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: High Plains Technology Center
Address: 3921 34th St Room 206 Woodward, OK 73801
Price: Free
Category: Business Networking
How do federal labor laws apply to your business and employees?
Are you required to pay overtime?
What exemptions could apply?
Do you know what to expect during an investigation?
Join us for this free seminar and learn more about the Wage and Hour Division, its enforcement of federal labor laws, and common violations to avoid!
Fair Labor Standards Act
Minimum Wage
Record Keeping
Exemptions
Overtime
Youth Employment
Break Time for Nursing Mothers
Deductions
Bonuses and other Payments
Investigative Process
PAID Program
Also included: Family & Medical Leave Act Overview

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Webinar: Membership Connection

Webinar: Membership Connection Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Price: Free
Category: Business Networking
Membership in the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits is one of the best investments your nonprofit can make. OKCNP members receive discounts on all of our services, including consulting, training and the nationally renowned Standards for Excellence® series, but did you know that you can also save your organization money through utilizing member benefits discounts?

Join us for a free webinar to learn more about the Member Benefits associated with your membership with the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits.

Members and not yet members both are welcome to attend at no cost.

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Exploring Wabanaki Maine History - Wells

Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Mather Auditorium at Wells Reserve
Address: 342 Laudholm Farm Rd Wells , Maine 01060
Price: Free
Category: Historical
Maine Wabanaki-REACH invites you to an interactive story-telling experience. We will learn about events in the colonizing history of Wabanaki people (the Indigenous people of Maine) and Europeans and their descendants.

This is a participatory program appropriate for adults and teens. Our goal is to increase our understanding of colonization.

To register sign up below. Registrations help us with planning. Please include your contact info for us to keep you apprised of updates or changes.

This event is is free and open to the public. Contributions supporting Maine-Wabanaki REACH's ongoing work in Native and Maine Communities are welcomed. Please visit: http://www.mainewabanakireach.org/donate

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Women's Self Defense

Women's Self Defense Oklahoma City Indian Clinic
Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Oklahoma City Indian Clinic
Address: 4913 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK, 73127-6339
Category: Health
Learn how to defend yourself against: rape, con artists, robbery, weapons, chokes, punches, kicks and hair grabs. For all women patients and non-patients ages 12 and up. The class will be in the third-floor demonstration kitchen at 5208 W. Reno Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127. To register, please call (405) 948-4900 ext. 618 or visit the Wellness Center.

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1491s Bacone College - Roxy Performance

Date: Wednesday April 24, 2019
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: The Roxy
Address: 220 W. Okmulgee Ave
Price: $15 General Admission/$10 Students
Category: Comedy
Nationally recognized 1491s will perform a comedy show at The Roxy in Muskogee.

All proceeds benefit Bacone College scholarships.

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Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Minor Mayhem Lacrosse League

Minor Mayhem Lacrosse League Date: Event occurs every Wednesday of every month.
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Cattaraugus Community Center
Price: $50 Team Fee
Category: Sports
Do you love Lacrosse? Well, get your friends together and grab your gear for the Minor Mayhem Lacrosse League.

For more information or to register your team, call Asa at 716-532-8450

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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Wine Wednesday!!!

Pier 13 Liquor Store
Date: Event occurs every Wednesday of every month.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Pier 13 Wine and Spirits
Price: Varies
Category: Drink Special
Every Wednesday enjoy 10% off all wine. No case purchase necessary! Some exclusions apply, see store for details!

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