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The holidays are over - meals are still needed.
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Precious Children

Among the Rabbit Brush

Santa and Native American child Elizabeth - Native American Program Partner

The event was made extra special because the families were given the supplies to construct gingerbread houses to take home with them. The families were heavily engaged in constructing the graham cracker and frosting homes — almost so much that one of our staff people decked out in her elf outfit hardly caused a stir.

They stayed focused until one first grader looked up from the sugary sweet home she was constructing and asked the helper, “Do you work for Santa? I would like to send him a message: My name is Valencia. Please tell Santa I said hi!"

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Liz would like to see businesses flourish for her community. She is the Chapter Coordinator for Cornfields’ Chapter of the Navajo Nation. Cornfields is located about 4.5 hours northeast of Phoenix, and according to the chapter's website, is one of 110 recognized chapters of the Navajo Nation.

Located in the southeastern portion of the Navajo Reservation, it has a population estimated at 1,600. The original Navajo name of the chapter was K’iiltsoiitah, meaning “among the rabbit brush.” In the 40s, it was renamed to Cornfields due to crops growing in the area — although there is not much growing now.

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