NAIA Pow Wow Committee Meeting – Friday, February 17, 2017 – 5 pm – NAIA Office

NAIA Pow Wow Committee Meeting – Friday, February 17, 2017 – 5 pm – NAIA Office

Please join us for our first Pow Wow Committee Meeting to be held on Friday, February 17, 2017 at 5 pm at the NAIA Office.

It is urgent that we meet. I want to make sure all committee members are up-to-date on their assignments.

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NAIA Indian Princess will attend MTSU Pow Wow – February 24 – 26, 2017

Our NAIA Indian Princess will be attending the Indigenous People’s Powwow at MTSU from February 24 – 26, 2017. NAIA will also have an informational booth. Please come out and join us.

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NAIA Gounds Keeping unofficial committee meeting – Sunday, February 19, 2017 – 1 pm – NAIA OFFICE

NAIA Gounds Keeping unofficial committee meeting – Sunday, February 19, 2017 – 1 pm – NAIA OFFICE

Weather Permitting. The Grounds keeping Committee would like to invite anyone interested in joining their committee to come to the “unofficial meeting” on Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 1 pm at the NAIA Office, 230 Spence Lane, Nashville TN 37210. The group will be going to the gravesite. Please RSVP.

Note, this committee is dedicated to making NAIA grounds look beautiful.

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NAIA Bi-Monthly Board Meeting – Election Time!

NAIA Bi-Monthly Board Meeting – Election Time!

To all,

NAIA Bi-Monthly Board Meeting / Election will be on January 14, 2017 at 10 am to 2 pm (?).

BOARD OF DIRECTOR NOMINEES (Letter of Intent DEADLINE December 15, 2016):

This will be a very important meeting as we will be selecting new board members (1 year term) and Executive Officers: President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary (three year term).  You will be able to meet the candidates and hear what they plan for NAIA.

If you are interested and we welcome you to apply.  This is your opportunity to contribute to NAIA in ways that could resonate positively for Native American Indians in Tennessee.  You must be forward thinking, able to commit to building a strong sustainable future while recognizing the cultural contributions Native American Indians have brought to Tennessee.  Yes, there will be lots of work involved but you will have the chance to build NAIA into an organization that will not only meet the needs of Native American Indians living in Tennessee but will create a pathway for our future generations.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR BOARD MEMBERS:

  • MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE.
  • MUST BE A LEGAL RESIDENT OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE.
  • MUST BE A MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZATION IN GOOD STANDING AND AN ACTIVE MEMBER FOR AT LEAST ONE YEAR PRECEDING THE TERM BEING APPLIED FOR.
  • MUST HAVE A CURRENT MEMBERSHIP CARD.  ALL DUES MUST BE PAID.
  • MUST SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTENT BY DECEMBER 15.

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION FOR EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS:

The Executive Officers must be Native American Indian as defined by our bylaws.  Executive Officers include and are limited to the office of the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.

You are welcome to mail a letter of intent to NAIA, 230 Spence Lane, Nashville, TN 37210-3623 or email to naia@naiatn.org.

Date:
Name:*
Address:*
E-mail:*
Phone:*
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About the candidate:
Age:*
Date of Birth:*
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Tribal Affiliation:*
Blood Quantum:*
Census or Roll Number:
Give a Brief Statement About Yourself:
Brief Statement:*
Please indicate the following:
I can provide official documentation of my Indian heritage:*
I am willing to attend NAIA board meetings:*
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NAIA is dreaming of a place to call home. Share and donate.

NAIA is dreaming of a place to call home.  Share and donate.

NAIAcenter-siteplan

If you haven’t seen our new video showing our vision for NAIA Cultural Center Circle of Life Building, please check it out.

https://youtu.be/fOcnya6rNpY

We also have a GoFundMe Page set up for donations:

https://www.gofundme.com/NAIATN

 

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Young Native American Performers – Talent Search

NAIA received a call from publisher interested in working with a talented Native American youth rapper.  If interested, please contact NAIA at (615) 232-9179 or naia@naiatn.org.

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Address:*
E-mail:*
Phone:*
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Age*
Brief description of interest:
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Word Verification:
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NAIA Strategic Planning Session

NAIA Strategic Planning Session

Yay!  NAIA is moving forward to do a Strategic Planning Session to create goals and objectives for NAIA.  All members new and old are invited to attend and contribute to NAIA’s future.   This will be held at the Long Hunter State Park on October 29, 2016 at 10:00 am.

 

 

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