Hopi Tumalhoymuy Tutuveniam – February 2012

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  1. 1 Phil K February 4, 2012 at 10:42 am

    Reading through the 10 pages one meets a vibrant and substantial range of Hopi governmental services and community activities. However I wondered what happened to the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office (HCPO)? Does that part of Hopi government exist or is HCPO part of another department in Hopi government.

    Also, the Hopi Department of Education being awarded a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the training of certified Hopi Elementary School Educators for six Hopi elementary schools is impressive.

    I hope you continue to post this monthly pdf from the Hopi tribal government.

    Thanks

    • 2 Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert February 4, 2012 at 11:03 am

      Good question, Phil. The HCPO still exists. It’s my understanding that the editors of the Tumalhoymuy Tutuveniam are depended on submissions from the various Hopi tribal offices to determine which stories they will publish each month.


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