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Community Powwow at 5 pm
CHICAGO - The American Indian community in Chicago is coming together tonight to make sure American Indian students are ready for school with a Back to School Community Powwow at the American Indian Center of Chicago, located at 1630 West Wilson, Avenue on Chicago's north side.
American Indian students will receive school supplies and immunizations, if needed. Parents or guardians are asked to bring their child's shot record. Representatives from the American Indian Health Service of Chicago, Inc. and the Department of Public Health Immunization Program will be on hand to provide required immunizations.
There will be a community potluck at 5 pm.
Grand Entry for the community powwow will begin at 7 pm.
For More Information or to Pre-register, Please Contact Catheryn St. Germaine, American Indian Center: Catheryn@aic-chicago.org , 773-275-5871 OR Felicia Peters, American Indian Health Service of Chicago, email@example.com , 773-883-9100 extension 312.
The American Indian Center of Chicago, American Indian Health Service of Chicago, Inc. and the Department of Public Health Immunization Program are collaborating on this event.
posted September 1, 2011 7:00 am edt
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