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Beginning December 7, 2011, the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Community will be using the DuPuis House to host Dakota language classes.

These classes will be open to the public and will be held the first three Wednesday evenings of the month from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  On the fourth Wednesday, a Dakota culture class will be offered, again from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  For more information, please contact Sharon Lennartson or Jim Anderson. The classes are free, donations can be made for the teacher. Please email mendotadakota@gmail.com or call the Mendota Center 651-452-4141. If you would like to bring a treats, they are always welcome!

The Mendota Tribal Council.

South.  Crosstown East over the Mendota Bridge  to Hwy110 to Hwy 13  North or left into Mendota the DuPuis House is on the left side across from Lucky 13 restaurant.

North.  Hwy 35E to Hwy 13  go South into Mendota,  Dupuis House is on the right side.

Sharon

Deer hunters should pay extra and buy lead-free ammo.

Deer hunters should pay extra and buy lead-free ammo.  Many eagles die a terrible slow death each year from lead ammo.  They are scavengers and eat the entrails from gutted deer.  They experience seizures and blindness.  Then slowly starve to death because they can’t fly or stand.  They are often hit by cars.  Last year the raptor center at the U of M had 100 plus lead-poisoned bald eagles admitted to the clinic.  Save our American icon!