The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians of California donated $10,000 to buy books and an Indian collection for a local library. The tribe donated the money to the Friends of the San Jacinto Library, a non-profit. The tribe will work with the group to select books about Indian culture and history. Without the donation, the San Jacinto Library would not have any funds for new books and mother materials, the group's president said. Get the Story:
Tribe steps up to help library (The Riverside Press-Enterprise 8/6)
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