The Eagle Project is holding a fundraiser for Bill Yellowrobe, Jr. We are trying to raise money to produce his outstanding new play, "Wood Bones" in NYC next spring. If you are in the NYC area, please make a reservation and join us! Bring your friends! I just heard that the American Indian Community House in Manhattan is bringing fry bread (in addition to all the other great food!). Join us for a good cause and some mighty good eatin'.
A Mid-Summer Celebration and Fundraiser for future production of Wood Bones by William S. Yellow Robe, Jr.
All-You-Can-Eat Native Buffet, including
Chicken, Ribs, Venison, Sweet Potatoes with Maple Syrup, and more....
(prepared by Native playwright and Steering Committee member, Vicki Lynn Mooney)
Silent Auction and Raffle with prizes including:
The Late Show with David Letterman
The Public Theater
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Upright Citizen's Brigade
Native Jewelry and More...
Featured Performances by Grammy Winner
George Stonefish as the Evening's Master of Ceremonies
Gadugi is Cherokee for "Everyone Paddles." It also means if you have the chance to help someone, help them. In the Cherokee Nation, there are 'gadugi' events organized in every season of the year. People come together to build a home, for instance, refit an existing home for a disabled soldier or elder, dig a well, even lay a pipeline to bring water to a whole community. All volunteer and a traditional service everyone is honored to perform. "Everybody paddles." Gadugi! means everybody paddles NOW!