We bridge the gap between Indian and non-Indian communities. Our commitment to sustaining Dakota language and culture is our organization’s driving force. Our programs and events are open to the public. We encourage all people to learn and participate. We work collaboratively with; tribal, city, county and state governments, Native and non-Native non-profits, and grass root organizations on issues and initiatives that pertain to and affect Dakota and other Native peoples. We have been a community in the Mendota area for over 130 years. Visit our website https://mendotadakota.
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This a good find, my sister Linda Brown had a copy. Linda mailed it to me. Call the office if you want a copy I will see who has to contact to get copies.
We changed our minds about the toys drive. Just too many families need toys, we also need gift cards for elders and teens.
We changed our minds about the toys drive. Just too many families need toys, we also need gift cards for elders and teens. Getting lots of emails asking about the toys drive this year, the families we help every year need our help. These are terrible times, families need more help then ever. I will send out an email to members today some time. We will help the most we can in a short time. I will take care of everything. I will have people come to my home, some can drop off toys at the office? But will have to be brought here. Because of covid we have to be careful.