AMERICAN INDIAN WARRIORS ASSOCIATION
(AIWA) MONTHLY MINUTES
2007 Feb 7 Mar 7 June 6 Nov 7/07 Dec7/07
2008 Jan08 Feb 6 Mar 5 Apr02 May07 June04 July02 Aug06 Sept03 Oct01 Nov05 Dec03
2009 Jan07 Apr July Aug Sept Oct
2010 Mar Apr Aug Oct Nov Dec
2011 Jan Feb Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct-Jan
2012 Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
2013 Feb Mar Apr Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
2014 Jan Feb
MARCH COPY OF MINUTES TO THE APRIL MEETING
Indian Warrior Association
March 5, 2014
This evening AIWA President William Buchanan opened the meeting at 7:05pm. There were plenty of pizza selections, cookies, sugarless chocolates and fried zucchini. Attending were: Ron Bonnin, William Buchanan, Juan del Rio, Joaquin Sandoval and Roy Cook.
Discussion on higher profile image at community, Pow wows. Also Multi-Cultural Bayside Parade participation and topical issues regarding veterans is a constant priority: Vietnam veterans Memorial, The Wall that Heals will be in San Diego, 3/13/14 to 3/16/14 next to the Midway museum-The WW II Kiss statue. (For more history see link below.)
1. Officer reports were received from Treasurer, Joaquin S., IRS report and annual web invoice steps clarified M/S/P.
William B. AIWA President: Recruitment strategies continue to be of a high priority.
2. AIWA secretary, Roy C. produced report on past issues and objectives.
3. Bayside requests more participation
1. The AIWA participation at the SE Ballard Center, Earth Mother tribute April 23 in Old Town was M/S/P.
2. WB; will be Head Gourd dancer at Balboa Park in May and IB pow wow in June AIWA is invited to be Honor Color guard.
All are welcome to join in the potluck luncheon at the TONKAWA Seniors monthly meeting 1 pm. Sunday March 9, 2014. TONKAWA and AIWA share the same facility on different days of the month and this Bayside CC location will be our official address. C/o Bayside Community Center 2202 Comstock St.
Diego, CA 92111
The Round Robin continues to be a healthy venue to air and share veteran concerns with comrades in arms with a tribal flavor. What are the Native American networks of Veteran or Wounded Warrior organizations by regional and Tribal definition? Finally, AIWA welcomes our local and Tribal involvements and our mission to continue to be of service to the community and look forward to positive ideas for our future months meetings. (For more history see link below.)
AIWA President William Buchanan closed the meeting at 8:43pm.