Native American clubs are typically comprised of both middle and high-school students in each district throughout Indian County. They are a visible and viable presence as well as an active voice for Native American students. Regular monthly meetings are held at each individual school to discuss current issues and topics important to teenagers. Club members determine what cultural, social and/or service projects will be undertaken during the academic year. Typically, a powwow is held each year for fund raising purposes. Each club serves as mini-tribal unit assisting students in a myriad of social, economic, and spiritual needs.



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