American Indian Council
Manataka American Indian Council
Summer Solstice 2018
125 Remington Run, Lonoke Arkansas
6:00 pm- ? Until.
Understanding the 4 Four Sacred
identifying our Gifts. Indian tacos.
RVSP 505 4956725
Greg Impson Yawakia,
Saturday, May 26,
GIVING THANKS WATER
Sacred Grounds, 222
rattles, flutes, chairs, blankets. Ice chests okay.
Dedication of a stone
remembering a member of Manataka and consecrating the land.
May 12, 2018 Saturday MANY HANDS MEANS LIGHT
We are gathering
volunteers for a two-three hour clean-up crew on the Sacred Grounds located at
222 Coy St. on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Mike Burton
says to bring power weed-eaters, rakes, shovels, wheel barrow, etc. Many hands
means light work. Mike says hot dogs, potato salad and fixins after chores.
30:00 Minute Ceremonies begin at 8:00 to reconsecrate the land and give thanks.
Bring your drums, rattles, horns. Lawn chairs okay. Please confirm this
request for your help. Thank you. Lee Standing Bear Moore