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  • Chairwoman Counts Speaks at Arizona Tribal Legislative Day

    January 20, 2015- Hualapai Chairwoman Counts shared open remarks to the overflow crowd at the 20th Annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day at the Arizona State Capital.

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  • Nation Building at the 20th Annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day

    January 20, 2015- (Left) Hualapai Chairwoman Counts and Councilwoman Tapija network at the state capital. (Right) Miss Hualapai Elaena Bravo greets other tribal royalty.

    Photo Submitted by TINHORN CONSULTING, LLC
  • Arizona Tribal Legislative Day

    January 20, 2015- Councilwomen Carrie Imus and Jean Pagilawa listen to Chairwoman Counts share a story about the Diamond Bar Road Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

    Photo Submitted by TINHORN CONSULTING, LLC
  • Hualapais and the P.F. Chang's Half Marathon

    January 18, 2015- Sharon Munoz (left) and Amy Grover Dashee (right) finished the P.F. Chang's half marathon this past Sunday. Other Hualapai runners include Bruce Walema and Dempsey.

    Photo Submitted by Amy Grover Dashee.
  • Hualapai Takes 2nd Place in Crossfit Competition

    Candida Hunter placed 2nd in the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe CrossFit Womens Scaled competition. Arlene Stone (Bishop Paiute) took 1st and Corley Dorian (Beardsy Okemasis First Nation) placed 3rd.

    Photo Submitted by Candida Hunter.
  • Next Regular Hualapai Tribal Council Meeting

    All are welcome at the next regular Hualapai Tribal Council Meeting at 9:00am, February 9, 2015, at the Hualapai Tribal Council Chambers.

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The Hualapai Tribe is a federally recognized Indian Tribe located in northwestern Arizona. “Hualapai” (pronounced Wal-lah-pie) means “People of the Tall Pines.” In 1883, an executive order established the Hualapai reservation. Learn more about us by exploring our website.

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Hualapai SealREMARKS OF HUALAPAI TRIBAL CHAIRWOMAN SHERRY J. COUNTS
GIVEN TO THE ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE
“TRIBAL DAY” – JANUARY 20, 2015

Good morning, President Biggs, Speaker Gowan, Minority Leader Hobbs, Minority Leader Meyer and all members of the Arizona Legislature. Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you today on behalf of the Hualapai People, and to represent for a few minutes at this podium all the Native American tribes throughout Arizona. ...Read More.

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  • February 9, 2015 9:00 AMRegular Tribal Council Meeting
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Hualapai Tribe
P.O. Box 179
941 Hualapai Way
Peach Springs, Arizona 86434
Phone: 928.769.2216
Toll Free: 888.769.2221
Fax: 928.769.2343

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