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Rose Xochitl AnaO Quinones

Time: June 22, 2014 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: OCCHA Center, see directions below.
Street: Shirley Rd. and Midlothian Blvd.
City/Town: youngstown, Ohio
Phone: 330-774-3787 or Beike Miguel Sague (412-969-4009
Event Type: spiritual, cultural, educational, indigenous
Organized By: Dr. Rose M. Xochitl AnaO Quinones delValle
Latest Activity: Jun 21, 2014

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Celebration of the Summer Solstice in Youngstown,  Ohio at tue OCHHA  Service Headquarters.

Yukahu gives us daily blessings as we continue with our earthly struggles. Come and join us and share and share with your relatives. Bring your drums  and gourds and join with the Caney Spiritual Circle, Ohio Bohio Atabey , UCTP(United Confederation of Tainos), La Organizacion Civica Cultural Hispana Americana and other Tainos of  the Ohio Valley and points west. The Ohio Bohio covers from Pittsburgh to Wisconsin.  The Grandmother of the Bohio Atabey will be joining us for spirituality, Taino education,  ceremony and the Peace and Dignity Run. Brothers and Sisters join together to celebrate with us, our Indigenous traditions and the Love we can give our children and each other as our ancestros taught us. Directions: From the Pittsburgh and the East follow directions to Ohio, follow 76West to 680 North to Youngstown, exit at the Struthers exit , left on to Midlothian Blvd, get on Right lane , turn right on Shirley Rd.(there's a light there); immediately turn left onto the OCCHA Center. Bring food to share with your relatives. Contact: Beike Miguel Sague (412-969-4009; 330774-3787; or OCCHA at 330-781-1808.The Red Hawk American Indian Cultural Society (an intertribal organization)will join us with their drumming and dancing.Free to those who will join us, donations are always welcomed. SENEKO KAKONA. 

Barrier free environment, bring lawn chairs.

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Comment by Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés on June 21, 2014 at 8:45pm

Takahi Itou,

Hahóm for the invitation, Itou.  My family and I would love to be able to physically attend but we cannot make the trip to Ohio from Borikén at this time.  However, we will be with you all in Spirit and we send you our Love, Blessings and Good Wishes.  We know that a wonderful time will be had by all.  

Taíno-tí,
Love, Hugs, Peace & Blessings,
Seneko Kakona,
Bibi Aya & Family

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