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Tule River Tribe donates $15K for city's fireworks celebration
Posted: Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Tule River Tribe
in California will contribute $15,000 to help the city of
celebrate its 150th anniversary.
The tribe is matching $15,000 that the city will use to put on a fireworks show during the Freedom Fest. The event is part of the city's
Tribal council members indicated they wanted to donate the money to foster relations with the city.
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City, Tribe to fund fireworks show
(The Porterville Recorder 4/13)
Tule River Tribe gains city's support for land-into-trust application
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