Metro Volunteer Lawyers (MVL) began working with the Denver Indian Center to provide a walk-in clinic each month through a project initiated by two Native American attorneys: Dianne Van Voorhees, Executive Director and Danielle L. Moore, MVL Board Member. Each of them have experience with a wide variety of legal areas and specific experience with Native issues, and wanted to serve the community. The first legal clinic was held on April 4, 2012 and quickly became a monthly event.
Greetings from Denver Indian Health and Family Services/Denver Indian Center Inc. and 9 Health Fair!
This email is to inform you that Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Inc/Denver Indian Center Inc. is hosting a 9Health Fair onMay 3, 2014 from 7am-Noon, at the Denver Indian Center at 4407 Morrison Road Denver, CO. 80219 We kindly ask for your presence in volunteering or by participating.
Our site will provide:
>A $30 Blood Draw and Analysis (limited vouchers available, call (303) 953-6600 for more info) –Blood Chemistry, Blood Count, Hemoglobin A1C, and Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
>Free Basic Screenings-Ask a Medical Question/Get a Referral, Ask a Pharmacist, Blood Pressure, Bone Health, Colon Cancer, First Aid, Height/Weight/Body Mass Index (BMI), Nutrition, Oral Health, and Vision/Eye.
If you would like to volunteer, simply go to the 9Health Fair website www.9healthfair.org and please register to volunteer.
Attached to this email is a flyer of the 9Health Fair Event, if you have any question please feel free to contact Erlidawn Roy at 303-953-6600 or at email@example.com.
**Signing up to Volunteer will give a discount on Blood Work services** Discount for Volunteers!- 20% discount on blood work and colorectal kit for all volunteers giving one hour or more time to a 2013 or 2014 9Health Fair. When you sign up to volunteer, you will be given a coupon code to enter when you perform Online Participant Registration *Discount can only be redeemed through Online Participant Registration, no discount will be given day of Fair*
Located in Southern Colorado (50 miles south of Pueblo), is an adobe fort/plaza in use continuously since 1862. Converted to a museum in 1957, it also has five historic buildings moved to the large property.
This is the second year of what hopefully will become an annual event, celebrating Native Cultures of the region. We seek to honor and better tell the stories of the cultures and people who were here before settlement. Last year we were able to host the Southern Ute Tribe, with their royalty, Bear Dancers, Bear Dance Chief and tribal historian.
This year the event on July 12, 2014 will take place on museum grounds, both inside and outside the plaza itself. The event is from 11:00 – 3:00.
Currently we have Robert Mirabal from Taos Pueblo who will perform music Native flute music and presentations during the day. We also have several Professors from various universities who will present historic information.
We would like to focus on traditional arts, crafts, storytelling, informational lectures or workshops, dancing/singing, and all manner of Native Cultural experience. Since we are an educational facility, those with the ability to speak to our attendees, answer questions, demonstrate their art form, will be given preference.
There is no charge for a booth space, but reservation is required, along with a contract. We need to be sure that those who sign up will actually be on site for the entire event so we have no blank spaces.
The Denver Indian Center in Partnership with Spirit of the Sun Presents
Urban Indian Entrepreneurial Training Seminar
Where: The Denver Indian Center
Date: May 7th and 8th
Time: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please join us for a 2-day seminar on entrepreneurship and building your business. Topics will include, Risk taking in business, Community and Business, Financial Skills for Individuals, Creating a Business Plan and More! Applicants who successfully complete the seminar will receive $25.00 gift cards courtesy of Xcel Energy. Lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP by May 5th 2014 to Eileen@denverindiancenter.org