From: Perry Altendorfer, MMDTC Historian To: All Lineal Descendants, Signers and First Original Families relating to the 1830 Prairie du Chein Treaty. We are currently updating our files, adding articles and documentation that involves families related to this treaty. Please see attached document:
OUR GOAL IS TO UNITE ALL MIXED BLOOD FAMILIES.
Please contact Perry with questions or comments. email@example.com
Jeanie Lemay Campbell passed into the spirit world on October 13, 2017.
Cancelled Language Class tonight Dec 11th, at the DuPuis House 6:30 – 8:00.
Rest in peace my dear uncle Russell F. LaClaire died November 29, 2017.
Mens Inipi Dec 9th 2 ish potluck. Also Sunday Dec 17, Mendota Community Inipi.
Wendy Down Wind, How Wiindigoo Got His Name.
Uncle Russell LaClaire died today about 1:30 – 11/29/17.
Wendy Down Wind passed into the spirit world 11/28/17.
Membership Meeting Nov 27, 7-8:30 bring a snack if you want, next meeting too.
Holiday Party and Toy Drive at the DuPuis House Dec 2, 1-4 bring a dish to pass.
Cancelled Language Class for Nov 28th. Watch for next class it may be Monday nights? Sorry about all changes. Maybe Monday Dec 4 and Dec 18th?
Announcement: Volunteer Host Families sought for Exchange students arriving in late August Greenheart International
Dear Sharon –
Thanks so much for sharing our announcement out to your contacts. We are still searching for volunteer host families for some of our exchange students who are due to arrive in late August, so we are hoping that there might be some families interested in this peace making experience.
Announcement: Volunteer Host Families Sought for Exchange students arriving in late August
Greenheart International, a nonprofit agency, is searching for volunteer host families for our last exchange students arriving in late August. Be a part of improving diplomatic relations by hosting an exchange student! Our students are 15-18 years old, they speak English, have medical insurance, and their own spending money. Students attend the local public high school where the host family resides. They arrive in late August, and stay through early June. Students come from many countries and are eager to learn about American culture. They are required to do volunteer service, and our group is planning to volunteer again this year at the Wacipi PowWow! Volunteer host families provide a room, meals, and a caring and supportive environment for their exchange student. Some of our students are exceptional US State Department sponsored scholarship students, and they are required to complete 40 hours of volunteer service while on program, so they make a positive impression in the local community. For more information, please contact Mary Armstrong at 952-657-3406 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org / website: www.ccigreenheart.org
Fedor (boy, Kazakhstan) – 16 years old – Fedor enjoys active games (ball sports), photography, reading, listening to music, basketball, golf, martial arts, volleyball, computers, programming. He might be interested in robotics since he is into computer programming. He has a dog/cat in his home country. He has no pet allergies or dietary restrictions. He lives with his extended family including his grandmother, and also has a younger brother, who is 8. He is an exceptional FLEX scholarship recipient. He has an A average, and speaks English with an above average level.
Hamza (boy, Pakistan) – 16 years old – enjoys music, playing guitar, computer games, drawing, reading, soccer, swimming, & cricket. He has no pet allergies. He is Islamic, and does not eat pork. He has an A average, and speaks English very well. He is an exceptional YES scholarship recipient. He has a large family, and lives with his parents, siblings, and grandparents.
Subin (girl, South Korea) – 16 years old – enjoys watching movies, walking, photography, aerobics, badminton, biking, inline skating, swimming, tennis, track and field, singing, playing the danso (Korean flute) and piano, and visiting historic places. She has a very high English level, and an A average. She has no pet allergies, but is afraid of reptiles. She has no dietary restrictions. She is Christian, and willing to attend church sometimes with her host family.
5158 167th Street W
Lakeville, MN 55044