INDIAN WARRIORS ASSOCIATION
(AIWA) MONTHLY MINUTES FOR:February 2, 2005
1 Jan. 5 May
BRING YOUR COPY OF MINUTES TO MEETING
location of all AIWA meetings is at 3928 Illinois St. San Diego,
CA. Many Nations in Recovery facility. Chet A. Hunt Community
Center. AIWA is welcome to utilize the facilities in a respectful
manner. (It is two blocks east of 30th St. and one-half block
North of University Ave. on the west side of the street.)
TO ORDER: The meeting was called
to order by Vice President Larry Smith at approximately 7:00.p.m.
Prayer was given by Roy Cook.
President: Warren Bader- Not present, awaiting
further orders from the military.
Vice President: Larry Smith- Present. He reported that
AIWA President Warren Bader was activated two days prior to retirement
and asked Ronnie Whitehorse for further information.
Joaquin Sandoval Present. Minutes were read from previous
meeting and approved as corrected.. Gave a short report on community
Jerry Wilkerson Present. Treasures report was read. 16 members
at Arms: Storme Silvercloud Not Present.
Historian: Roy Cook Present.
talked about fundraising. She suggested selling pies and coffee
at the Pow Wows, beginning with the Grossmont Pow Wow. It was
decided that Ronnie Whitehorse would speak to San Diego State
representatives about their Pow Wow and Roy Cook would speak to
Grossmont about theirs. There was discussion about recruiting
at the Pow Wows. Larry Smith and Ida lemay will follow up on thThere
was discussion on the California Indian Education Conference.
The date is from April 11th to the 14th. The time is not known
yet. We are to do the honor guard.
Fortuna, from the VA Hospital, clarified that there is no emergency
room at the hospital. That is why veterans are taken to other
hospitals in emergencies. But the VA will generally pay the cost.
Roy Cook thanked everyone who brought pot-luck dishes . He reminded
people to go to Balboa Parks display of Native American
Veterans and that we should select a Saturday to have a potluck
or meal there in support. A vote of confidence was called and
past from the AIWA membership regarding the Indian Human Resource
Center for all its help to us and other organizations in the community.
The parade banner has been returned by Flea to be cared for by
the secretary. Ron Hawkins e-mailed that he would bring in the
flags. A vote was taken and passed to reimburse Sheryl Wilkerson
for any money spent on the supplies for the pies. Secretary Joaquin
Sandoval presented past President Roy Cook a gift on behalf of
the members of AIWA.
ADJOURNED: Approx. 9:00