KGLP Slide Show

Thursday, October 18, 2012

OCT 31 - DBHS Halloween Open House, Ft Defiance AZ

OCT 31 - DBHS Halloween Open House, Ft Defiance AZ

NOV 16 -Fun Walk, Run, Hourseback Ride, & Bike Ride

NOV 16 - 9th Annual 4 Directions Fun Walk, Run, Hourseback Ride, & Bike Ride, Tsaile, Nazlini, Rough Rock, Pinon AZ

Halloween Fun Night

Navajo President Delivers the State of the Nation Address

For Immediate Release
October 15, 2012

Navajo President Delivers the State of the Nation Address

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. - Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly outlined recent
accomplishments from the Shelly/Jim administration during his quarterly State of the
Nation address Monday at the opening day of the Navajo Nation Council's fall

President Shelly started his 17 minute speech by stating a recent $43 million
agreement between the Navajo Nation and Department of Interior to give financial
assistance to the Navajo Nation to build portions of the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply
Project waterline.

The money plans to be spent to build portions of the lower access of the Cutter
Lateral. The funding plans to help design and construction of 43 miles of water
pipeline, a pumping station and four water storage tanks.

The overall NGWS project is expected to cost $1 billion, build 280 miles of
waterline to 43 chapters and create more than 600 jobs during construction.

"This project is a result of the Navajo Nation Water Rights Settlement in the San
Juan River Basin in New Mexico," President Shelly said.

President Shelly also spoke about an agreement that strengthens Navajo sovereignty.

The Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency will oversee the clean up of a
mine in District 17 in New Mexico, according to a "Temporary Access Agreement" with
Hydro Resources Inc.

The agreement calls for the mine in District 17 to follow Navajo Nation standards.

For the first time, the NNEPA will ensure clean up follows the standards in the
Navajo Nation Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act of

President also relayed information regarding uranium mine cleanup in Cove, Ariz.,
Casamero Lake, New Mex., and Church Rock, New Mex.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that $7.5 million would be spent
to cleanup mines in those communities.

To help with the cleanup, President Shelly said job training would be available
through the Navajo Nation Superfund Job Training Initiative.

"As we look ahead, the U.S. EPA is predicting that another $44 million could be put
toward cleaning the Northeast Church Rock Mine. With training available now, future
mine clean ups could employ hundreds of Navajos in the future," President Shelly

President Shelly also said he is confident that Navajo Head Start, which has had
non-compliance issues for several years, is headed in a good direction.

"In August, we brought on Sharon Singer, who became the first licensed
superintendent to lead Navajo Head Start. She brings years of teaching and
administrative experience. With Ms. Singer's proven leadership we are committed to
bringing the program fully into compliance with more than 2,800 federal standards,"
President Shelly said,=.

President Shelly stated that he intends to create a task force to find solutions to
issues Navajo residents who live on Hopi Partitioned lands including building some
homes for relocated Navajo families on Turquoise Ranch near Winslow, Ariz., which
was recently established into trust status.

"These issues are complicated and I'm going to look towards creating a taskforce to
look at what the executive branch and other stakeholders can do for planning and
developing the Navajo-Hopi Partitions Lands," President Shelly said.

President Shelly visited nearly eight homes in the past few weeks that were on Hopi
Partitioned Lands.

President Shelly also updated the Council about recent progress in the Red Dog
Gravel project. The project involves partnerships between the Navajo Nation, Navajo
County, chapters, Peabody Western Coal Company, and others.

Red dog gravel is being delivered to 10 chapters in the Black Mesa area, where the
gravel is found.

"We are in the process of graveling roads in these areas and have delivered more
than 40,000 tons of red-dog gravel. We have plans to continue graveling roads for
these areas. This project is working because we all have worked together," President
Shelly said.

President Shelly also announced the implementation of a new project to revamp the
hiring process within the Navajo Nation government.

The pilot project gives more authority to divisions and programs to have input on
hiring for new employees, so they may find candidates that are best suited for their

"Our goal is to bring the most qualified people to our workforce, including our
valuable children. We need to have jobs for them when they want to come home,"
President Shelly said.

The State of the Nation address also covered topics such as the budget and coal

For President's speech in its entirety please visit and look for "State of the Nation" under the
"Constituent Services" tab.

Forest fires near Four Corners

Forest Service reports several new fires in Four Corners area

The Durango Interagency Fire Dispatchis reporting several new fires in the Four
Corners area Tuesday.

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Running for Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation

information regarding the 2nd Annual Running for Stronger
and Healthier Navajo Nation scheduled for October 21-28, 2012.  Runners needed to
run from Newlands (Sanders, AZ) to Nazlini on October 22-23.  Schedule is attached. 
Hope to see some of you out there.  Have a great day everyone.

Cheryl Toledo
Department of Behavioral Health Services

OCT 25 thru DEC 27 - MSPI Cultural Nights, Ft Defiance AZ

You and your families are invited to the Tsehootsooi Medical Center's (TMC)
Methamphetamine & Suicide Prevention Initiative Project's (MSPI) Cultural Nights at
the Hogan (located immediately north of the hospital).  Please see the flyer for
dates, times and topics.  On November 1, 2012, we have replaced "Kinaalda" with
"Traditional Food Preparation" by Louva Dahozy.  Our program staff will provide a
small meal for people in attendance.  We ask that you please forward this flyer to
all you think might be interested.

Thank you and we hope to see you all there!

Janet Deschinny
TMC MSPI Community Involvement Coordinator

Thursday, October 11, 2012

NM State Rocket Launch

# Statewide Rocket Launch by 100 New Mexico Students on October 11 to
Commemorate Centennial and state's history of rocket science #

This Thursday, October 11, KGLP will participate in a very Special Broadcast,
in collaboration with several area schools, other New Mexico Public Radio
Stations, NASA, PNM, and the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.

New Mexico’s Centennial Rocket Project is one hundred rockets built and
launched simultaneously from one hundred schools, to celebrate one hundred
years of New Mexico’s statehood.  

This Thursday morning at 10:30, these students will fire off large model
rockets as part of the Centennial Rocket Project, tuning in to KGLP and other
Public Radio stations across New Mexico, as the Countdown to 10:30 a.m. is
announced by current International Space Station Commander, NASA’s Sunita
Williams, of the Expedition 33 crew.

Rocket kits were sent to schools around the state so students could build,
decorate and launch the rockets to commemorate New Mexico's long history of
contributions to rocketry and the exploration of space.

The special broadcast of the Centennial Rocket Launch scheduled to air this
Thursday morning from 10:28 until exactly 10:30 is brought to you as a
community service by New Mexico’s public radio stations, including KGLP,
91.7 FM.

---- Press Release ---

•    100 Rockets
•    100 Schools
•    100 Years of New Mexico’s statehood
(Santa Fe, September 24, 2012)—High above earth the International Space
Station crew members will welcome New Mexico teachers and students and  will
commence the countdown – “10-9-8 …3 – 2 – 1 Blast Off!” – as 100
rockets from 100 New Mexico schoolyards will launch simultaneously skyward
(weather and safety conditions permitting) on Thursday, October 11, 2012, at
10:30 a.m.
New Mexico has a long and illustrious association with rocketry and space
exploration. The Centennial Rocket Project was designed to focus on our great
state’s rich history, while embracing the future of rocketry and science and
honoring New Mexico educators and school children. The educational project
commemorates New Mexico’s Centennial celebration and another very special
anniversary as well - the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 17.

The Centennial Rocket Project is a multi-faceted enterprise that provides a
Large Model Rocket (LMR) to 100 participating teachers/schools (one rocket per
school) complete with instructions for assembly and launch, an accompanying
lesson plan/curriculum focusing on New Mexico’s rich history in rocketry and
science, a commemorative classroom poster, and a copy of the classic
inspirational film October Sky. The kit also includes special commemorative
bracelets for students directly involved in the building of each rocket.

“The Centennial Rocket Project is truly a statewide celebration as it unites
New Mexico’s educators and school children, representing nearly every county
in New Mexico, as they launch their model rocket from their respective
schools,” noted project creators Ona Johnson, Director of New Mexico
Centennial, and Tomas Jaehn, Librarian/Archivist of the Fray Angélico Chávez
History Library at the New Mexico History Museum.

The Museum of Space History in Alamogordo, NM, is also on board with the
Centennial Rocket Project, and will be providing Space Trails information
packets for each participating teacher’s classroom.
The Centennial Rocket Project is a collaborative project made possible by the
generosity and support of the New Mexico Centennial Foundation; the New Mexico
Department of Cultural Affairs; PNM Resources; and NASA.
The countdown will be transmitted statewide through the airwaves of KUNM in
Albuquerque, KENW in Portales, KRWG in Las Cruces, KGLP in Gallup and KSJE in

PFLAG & Rainbow Center Events

REMINDER The Rainbow Naatsiilid Center will be opening its doors this
Thursday-October 11, 2012 1:00pm to 6:00pm.  The Rainbow Center is located
at 216 West Maloney (the former Wowies Activity Hall) in Gallup, NM. The
center will be hosting its first community event on Friday-October 12, 2012
6:00pm to 8:00pm. A reception to welcome the community and community
partners.  Itll be potluck style.  You are welcome to bring a dish for the
event.  The center will provide paper goods (paper plates, napkins, cups,
and utensils).

PFLAG Gallup, lets help The Rainbow Center achieve a memorable opening.  If
you are able, please provide a dish for the potluck.  Thank you.

Make sure to attend the TRUE COLORS Tribute Show on Saturday-October 13,
2012 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Gallup High School Auditorium-Gallup, NM.  The
event is $5.00. The event is a fundraiser for The Rainbow Center.  All Ages

PFLAG Gallup Support Meeting
Wednesday-October 17, 2012
6:00pm to 8:00pm
RMCH Solarium-Gallup, NM
REMINDER to bring your ideas for the LIFE QUILT.

PFLAG Gallup Potluck
Sunday-October 28, 2012
2:00pm to 5:00pm
The Rainbow Center
216 West Maloney-Gallup, NM
FREE event for the entire community.
You are welcome to bring a dish!!

*"PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and
transgender persons, their families and friends through support, education
and advocacy"*

PFLAG Gallup
PO Box 3901
Gallup, NM  87305
Find us on Facebook PFLAG Gallup

CFRP Workshop October 22-23

Come to the CFRP Workshop October 22-23, 2012, at the Santa Fe Community

Register on-line at:

Since 2001 the CFRP has funded 166 projects including close to 500 partners in
planning and implementing collaborative forest restoration and small diameter
utilization projects in 20 counties across New Mexico.  These projects have
restored over 30,000 acres and created over 700 jobs.  This workshop is a
great opportunity to meet with CFRP grantees, their partners, Federal and
State land managers and other interested parties to discuss the Program and
projects implemented under it. The workshop is also an excellent opportunity
to learn about the CFRP grant application and review process and to network on
the development of new project ideas.  The first day of the workshop will
provide an overview of the CFRP and common challenges to applying for and
successfully implementing CFRP grants.  The second day of the workshop will
focus on presentations from current and recently completed projects.

The CFRP Annual Workshop will be held Monday, October 22 - Tuesday, October
24, 2012 at the Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Avenue, Santa Fe,
New Mexico 87508 (Jemez Rooms), telephone:  1-505-428-1000.  The Workshop will
begin at 8:00 am on Monday and end at 4:00 pm on Tuesday.  The CFRP Annual
Workshop is free and open to the public. Attendance at the workshop is
required of CFRP grantees as a condition the grant award.

The closest hotels are located on Cerrillos/Rodeo Roads near the Santa Fe
Place Mall.  The New Mexico Forest Industry Association will sponsor a social
event on Tuesday evening after the workshop.  A draft agenda for the workshop
is attached.  An updated agenda will be posted on the CFRP Website at:<>.

If you have any questions about the Workshop, please contact Rosemary Romero,
Workshop facilitator, at 505-982-9805, or,
or<,%20or> Walter Dunn, CFRP Program Manager,
at 505-842-3425, or<>.

Walter Dunn
Cooperative and International Forestry
Southwestern Region, USDA Forest Service
333 Broadway Blvd., SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
FAX: (505) 842-3465
Tel: (505) 842-3425
Cell: (505) 301-1291

Health Action NM Dental Therapist Proposal

Health Action New Mexico Offers Dental Therapist Proposal to Expand Access to
Oral Health Care In New Mexico

SANTA FE, N.M. – Health Action New Mexico will present its proposal for
addressing New Mexico’s oral health crisis on Friday, Oct. 12, to the
Interim Legislative Health and Human Services Committee.  Key to this solution
is the introduction of new mid-level dental care providers known as “dental
therapists,” who would work as part of a dentist-led team to deliver
preventive and routine dental care to underserved communities. 

According to the Human Services and Resources Administration, people in 30 of
New Mexico’s 33 states face serious dental care shortages.  Finding
affordable dental care is extremely challenging – some people wait months
for an appointment for a toothache, and others even to go Mexico for dental
care.  This new option would expand and strengthen the dental care workforce
– similar to what nurse practitioners and physician assistants have done for
the medical care workforce -- and provide good-paying jobs.  In Alaska, dental
therapists have made high-quality dental care accessible to more than 35,000
people.  Currently, 20 states currently are exploring dental therapists as a
way to expand oral health care access.

Discussants will be available for questions and answers following the

What:      Policy Proposal Presentation: Dental Therapists for New Mexico
Where: Santa Fe Capitol; Room 322; Santa Fe, NM 87501
When:  Friday, October 12
Time:      9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Todd Hartsfield, DDS, Assistant Professor of Clinical Dentistry, Arizona
School of Dentistry and Oral Health.
Daniel Kennedy, Dental Health Aide Therapist from Klawock,  Alaska
Ron Romero, DDS, MPH,  Former State Dental  Director of the NM Department of
Michael Bird, MSW, MPH, Vice Chair, Kewa Pueblo Health Board/Kewa Pueblo
Health Corporation; Past President of the American Public Health Association
Don Weidemann, MSH, CEO of Union County Hospital, Clayton, NM
Pamela Blackwell, JD  Director of Oral Health Access, Health Action New

About Health Action New Mexico
Health Action New Mexico is a New Mexican nonpartisan 501 c 3 not-for-profit
health advocacy and policy organization founded in 1995. We serve as an
organizational voice for health care consumers - promoting accessible,
affordable and accountable quality health care for all people living in New

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Gallup Herald Suspends Publication

It is with heartfelt sorrow that I am announcing the closure of The Gallup Herald. The Oct. 3, issue was our last print edition. The reasons for this difficult decision are many but mainly include costly business mistakes and decisions, and the economy and casino hitting this community harder than many want to realize. We served the greater Gallup community for eight years and hope we made it just a little better place to live in. For our supporters, my deepest thanks. For our detractors or those who were subjects in some of news stories, you may relish in our defeat.
I am confident we provided Gallup with a good product. In the words of President Teddy Roosevelt:
"It is not the critic who counts...The credit belongs to the man in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly...who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at worst, if he fails, at least fails while doing greatly."
Thank you and God Bless.
Joseph J. Kolb, Publisher
The Gallup Herald

Monday, October 1, 2012

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Monday, October 1, 2012 - Indian Land in the 21st Century:
Now that President Obama has signed the Claims Settlement Act, what's the next step in managing Indian trust lands? The Indian Land Working Group, a nonprofit watchdog organization, helps Native landowners make informed decisions about their land. The group's 22nd annual symposium, October 15-18, will bring together experts to share information and answer questions related to a wide range of issues including: tribal trust cases, trust reform, leasing, oil and gas development, pipelines, land consolidation, and using tools of information technology. What is the future for managing trust lands? Guests include, ILWG executive director Kristin Ruppel, allottee organizer Ernestine Werelus, (Shoshone Bannock), Montana State University remote sensing researcher, Lisa Lone Fight, (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara), and landowner Helen Sanders (Chehalis), who won a major victory in the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of allottees in 1983.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012 - 2012 October Current Events:
October marks the end of harvest time but, it's just the beginning of a busy month for many tribal leaders, teachers, elders, and students. In the weeks ahead, the 43rd Annual National Indian Educational Association Conference takes place in Oklahoma City to help Native communities increase their potential in the digital era. Alaskan Natives look forward to meeting with their peers at the Alaska Federation of Natives Conference and the 29th Annual First Alaskans Institute Elders and Youth Conference in Anchorage, Alaska. October is also the time for "spooktacular" events, what treats are ahead when it comes to powwows, festivals, and rodeos in your community? Join us for a lineup of folks from around the country who are bringing in the fall with a bang.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 - Understanding Alcohol's Toll on the Family:
Living with an alcoholic is not an easy thing to do and unfortunately many Native American families know this scenario all too well. The family who lives with an alcoholic is left to handle the day-to-day tasks that can be forgotten while the alcoholic recovers from a night of excessive drinking. How much does a person's drinking affect the family unit? How do you deal with caring for an alcoholic when you know that their life is centered around pursuing their next drink? Did you grow up an alcoholic home and what effect does that have on your adult life? Can family life ever be normal when one or more family members are alcoholics and have not decided to stop drinking? Guests are Margie Anderson (Yaqui/Apache) Talking Circle Facilitator and John Bird (Blackfoot) Project Director of the Circles of Care Project at the Tohono O'odham Community College.

Thursday, October 4, 2012- Tohono O'odham Pit Tradition Against Cartels:
The Tohono O'odham reservation shares nearly 80 miles of its border with Mexico - making the reservation one of the most active corridors for illegal border activity. However, the border isn't just causing problems by putting the tribe in the middle of an ongoing war on drugs and human migration, it has sliced their traditional homelands into two parts, and a good portion of Tohono O'odham members still live in Mexico. This week, many tribal members will make a pilgrimage to Mexico for tradition. Tribal members will have to weigh their safety with religious conviction, and wonder whether they will be confronted with violence. Join us as we take a look at this situation as we hear from the voices of those that are close to the issue.

Friday, October 5, 2012- Native Vote 2012 Countdown (Part 3):
Election day 2012 is just over a month away. Already parts of the country are gearing up to cast their vote for the next set of people who they would like to see run this country. The frenzy of campaigning will be visible everywhere the next month as the different political parties will splash their views on how they think things should be in not only TV and print adds but, also in front of the podium during scheduled debates. So what is going on in Indian Country? Can one vote make the difference in local elections where you live? What are tribal nations doing to prepare the Native Vote? Are there certain places you can visit to get the latest news on the Native Vote? Guests TBA

RMCHCS Monthly Report

September 28, 2012 RMCHCS Monthly Report—Roger Gleisner, acting CEO for
Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services (RMCHCS), reported that the
organization ended the month of August with a year-to-date net operating loss
of $165,000. In early August, RMCHCS received $2.7 million in sole community
provider funds and the organization ended the month with a cash reserve of
$1.8 million.
Recently, McKinley County’s commissioners approved $800,000 in supplemental
funding for the Sole Community Provider funds which, with federal matching
dollars, will result in $2.56 million for the hospital.  “This will be of
significant help to RMCHCS,” said Gleisner.  Lower patient volumes in
RMCHCS’ various service areas have had an impact on the organization’s
overall financial picture.
“We are committed to making sure the people of McKinley County have access
to quality health care. So much is changing in the health care industry, that
we can no longer rely on the way we have done business in the past,” says
Gleisner.  “We are looking at all areas of the organization to make sure we
are operating efficiently and being good stewards of our resources.” 

In August, the McKinley County commissioners approved a proposal for a
hospital mill levy of up to 4 mills, which will be on the November 6 ballot. 
Funding from the mill levy tax will help ensure community access to quality
health care and state of the art medical equipment needed for patient care.
Funds will also be used for the maintenance and improvement of the current
hospital facility that RMCHCS leases from McKinley County.  Many counties with
hospitals in New Mexico already have hospital mill levy taxes of 4 mills and

RMCHCS is celebrating national breast cancer awareness month by offering
mammogram screenings at a promotional rate of $75 throughout the entire month
of October. RMCHCS will also host two Saturday mammogram screening clinics on
October 13 and 20 in the radiology department. For more information or to
schedule an appointment, call RMCHCS diagnostic imaging department at

RMCHCS is also partnering with Clear Channel Radio on several community breast
cancer awareness events, beginning with a breast cancer walk on Sunday,
October 7 at 2 pm. This free event will begin at the McKinley County
Courthouse plaza and will end up at the RMCHCS parking lot.  Gallup Goes Pink
will take place on Friday, October 12 and Pink Night Out will take place on
October 19 at the Coal Street Pub, beginning at 5 pm.  For more information,
call 505.863.7283.

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Community Concert Tues., Oct. 16

Home Free, Young A Cappella Vocalists, will be performing in Gallup High
School’s Kenneth Holloway Auditorium on Tuesday, October 16, 2012, beginning
at 7PM.  Five male vocalists with combine comedy and music with theatrical
flair.  The group performs a wide range of musical genres equipped with only
human voices and microphones. 
Free admission for this program comes courtesy of The Gallup Independent.
Season passes for the concert series 2012-2013 season will be available at
this performance.
For more information, you may call Toni at

Ancient Way fest Oct. 6

The Ancient Way Arts Trail Harvest & Fall Festival happens this Saturday,
October 6th.
From 10am to 4pm, events are planned in downtown “El Morro”, located 11
miles east of Ramah, and with the Ramah Farmer’s Market Harvest Festival,
Old School Gallery Photo Show, Inscription Rock Craft Show, NM Fish and Game
Children’s Archery Program, Ancient Kids Games with El Morro National
Monument, musical performers, and more.

From 4pm until 11pm, the Festival continues at La Tinaja Restaurant, a couple
of miles east of El Morro National Monument, featuring live music with acts
such as the Billyhawks, the Mother Earth Blues Band, Old-time country artist
Jerry Lee, Wayne Ramm, and a community-wide blues jam.
The festival is free.

For more information or to register for crafts booths, you may call
505-783-4706m or visit
Ancient Way Arts Trail Harvest & Fall Festival~ 2012
10:30-4pm @ Downtown El Morro
4pm-11pm @ La Tinaja Restaurant

All contests must be entered, and displays must be set-up by participants,
from 8:30am to 10:00am
JUDGING BEGINS AT 10:15am for Festival Contest Entries
Pie Auction/Contest Winners announced starting at 12 noon

Festival in El Morro opens at 10am and ends at 4pm, featuring:
Ramah Farmer’s Market Harvest Festival Events
Ramah Farmer’s Market Produce & Craft Vendors
Old School Gallery Photo Show
Inscription Rock Craft Show
NM Fish and Game Children’s Archery Program
Ancient Kids Games with El Morro National Monument
2 Drawings for 2 Mule Deer Hunts sponsored by La Tinaja Ranch (worth $2,000)
Ramah Navajo Weavers
Zuni Bread Oven
Yummy Food @ Ancient Way Café
Wool Spinning Demonstration
Most Beautiful Chickens & Rabbit Exhibits @ El Morro Feed & Seed/Joe L’s
Local Business Expo at WeatherKing Buildings
Wave Riders of the Ancient Way & Moondance Ranch Healing Arts Pavilion
AND music provided by The Billyhawks!
PIE AUCTION AT 12 NOON @ Ramah Farmer’s Market Tents
Other contest winners will be announced after the Pie Auction, including:
~Pie Contest
~Garden Displays Contest
~Homestead Displays Contest
~Giant Veggie (Pumpkin, Squash, Zucchini, & Cabbage)Contests
~Weirdest Veggie Contest
~Most Beautiful Chicken Contest
~Old School Gallery Photo Contest

Music Festival At La Tinaja Restaurant Begins after 4pm
At 4pm, buses will be available to transport people for $1.00 to La Tinaja
Harvest Music Festival, being held at La Tinaja Restaurant, just a few miles
down the highway.
featuring such local acts as:
Music is Medicine youth participants
The Mother Earth Blues Band,
The Billyhawks,
Old-time country artist Jerry Lee
Wayne Ramm
…and a community-wide blues jam!  
Music will end at about 11pm.
Dinner at La Tinaja Restaurant available for just $8
The Native American Church will begin drumming around 11pm.

Space is being provided at La Tinaja Restaurant for people who wish to set up
tents & camp for free!

October! PFLAG Gallup events

October! PFLAG Gallup events in Gallup, NM.

Oct 11- The Rainbow Center Opeing Doors for the community
1:00pm to 6:00pm
216 West Maloney-Gallup

Oct-11 National Coming Out Day!!!

Oct 12- Rainbow Ctr Potluck and Reception
216 W. Maloney-Gallup
6:00pm to 8:00pm
FREE event for the entire community

Oct 13-True Colors Tribute Show
Gallup High School Auditorium-Gallup
7:00pm to 9:00pm
All proceeds will benefit the Rainbow Center

Oct 16- PFLAG Support Meeting
RMCH Solarium 3rd Floor
6:00pm to 8:00pm
FREE event for the entire community

Oct 28- PFLAG Potluck
The Rainbow ~ Naatsiilid ~ Center
2:00pm to 5:00pm
FREE event for the entire community

Oct 31- Halloween!!