SAVE THE BEE & CLIMATE AWARENESS WALK
KICKOFF - MAY 4TH- SATURDAY - 10:00 AM
AVI RESORT & CASINO
SAND AREA OF COLORADO RIVER
Walk Against Drugs & Domestic Violence
Save the Bees & Climate Change Gathering
Peach Springs, Arizona
May 18th thru May 20th, 2019
Come share your desire for a better tomorrow without drugs, alcohol and domestic violence. Please come and walk with us and share your words and prayers. We can all make a difference.
It is evident that drugs, alcohol and domestic violence runs rampant everywhere and it is our responsibility to help, if we want to see positive changes.
We will discuss the extinction of Honey Bees and changes in our climate. Mother Earth has been bleeding too long!!!!
Saturday, May 18th Arrival to Peach Springs
Meet 2 miles West of Peach Springs Route 66 @ 1:30 pm
Start Walk into Peach Springs @ 2:00 pm
2:00 pm- Arrive to Agriculture Building to walk into community-HPD Escort
2:30 pm- Arrive and Gather at Route 66 Park:
7:00 pm- Cultural Department to set up camp-HPD Security checks
Sunday May 19, 2019
7:00-8:30 am- Meet at Cultural Center Patio for breakfast
11:00 am-4:00 pm- Prepare afternoon visit
6:00 pm-7:00 pm- Guests to retire at Cultural Department for camping-HPD Security checks
6:30-7:00 am- Morning Prayer for continued walk
7:00-8:00 am- Cultural Center patio-Continental Breakfast-Provided by EW4H
8:00-9:00 am- Depart from Peach Springs to Camp Verde/Prescott-HPD Escort
*EW4H- Employees Working 4 Health
*Wash Stations- to help prevent usage of Plastic/Styrofoam waste
*HJDC- Hualapai Juvenile Detention Center
*HADC- Hualapai Adult Detention Center
For more detailed information please contact:
Mike Whatoname: 928-699-2031 Monique Alvirez: 928-769-6002
Barbara Burnside: 928-313-4490
Finalized by: Monique Alvirez, Probation Supervisor
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A very special thanks to Walter for creating our logos and the LW40/AIM 50 anniversary logo as well as the National Field Director logo for Dennis Banks. We were able to use it on his stationary before his passing. He was proud and grateful!
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