Brighton Reservation Celebrates National Indian Day

By Emma Brown

BRIGHTON — The Brighton community began celebrating Indian Day on Sept. 20 with the adult horseshoe tournament at the rodeo arena. (continue...)

 

Seminole Student Selected to Attend Young Leaders Conference

By Emma Brown

BRIGHTON — Brittany Smith, daughter of Roger and Diane Smith of Brighton, once again shined among her peers. She has been chosen to serve as a Global Young Scholar representing the U.S. and Florida at the 2007 Global Young Leaders Conference. The conference will take place in either Europe or the U.S. (continue...)

 

Tribe Sponsors Hit the Books Campaign

Miami Dolphin Jason Taylor Attends

By Chris Jenkins

HOLLYWOOD — The Hit the Books campaign is yet another reminder of the importance of education. On Sept. 25 it took center stage making its way to the Hollywood softball fields for a music and march gathering. (continue...)

 

Many Tribes – One Camp

By Robert C. North Sr.

IDAHO — June and July proved busy for Seminole Hollywood youth and family participants in two river trips navigating the Salmon and Snake Rivers in West-Central Idaho. These two rivers are world renown for excellent fishing and whitewater rapids. The rivers were also the staging areas for the Seminole youth to share their culture with Tribes indigenous to the states of Idaho, Oregon and Washington. (continue...)

 

Council Makes History in Immokalee

By Judy Weeks

IMMOKALEE — When the Seminole Tribe of Florida held its regular Tribal Council meeting on Sept. l5 at the Immokalee Gym, it marked a special day in the history of Immokalee. This was the first time that the Tribal Council had ever convened in Immokalee. All representatives and liaisons were in attendance for the occasion. (continue...)