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Free Shoes! Morongo Provides Kicks for 800 Needy Students
Excited schoolchildren pick out new footwear as part of a back-to-school program funded by the 2014 Morongo Charity Golf Tournament...
Morongo’s 2014 Golf Tournament Raises $60,000 for Charity
Nearly 375 golfers took to the links at the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon in Cabazon, California, for the yearly event, which has collected more than $1 million since 1997 for...
Morongo Helps Holiday Wishes Comes True for 3,000 Inland Children
Tribe provides $100,000 for annual shopping spree benefitting disadvantaged and abused children Laughter and excitement filled the morning air as 3,000 disadvantaged children from ...
Education Week Spotlights Education on Pine Ridge and Morongo
Education Week recently released a special package titled “Education in Indian Country” that features stories, commentaries and videos from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South D...
Sharpen Your Pencils! New Tribal College Plans 2014 Opening
Tanya H. Lee
With a feasibility study and needs assessment nearly completed, the California Tribal College could begin operating by the end of 2014, though exactly what form the institution wil...
Morongo Provides One-Millionth Thanksgiving Turkey
The 28th Annual Morongo Thanksgiving Outreach program has reached a new milestone, providing another 10,000 turkeys this year to help those in need this holiday season...
Morongo Band Mourns Passing of Former Chairman Maurice Lyons
Maurice Lyons, a former Morongo Band of Mission Indians tribal chairman and longtime tribal council member, walked on Wednesday, October 16 at the age of 63...
Morongo Awards $20K in Scholarships to Support Native Students
Meghan Wright and Cara Sue Owings are the winners of the 2013 Rodney T. Mathews Jr. Scholarship and will each receive a $10,000 award toward their higher education...
A Better Education for Native Students: The Morongo Method
The Morongo School offers a promising way for Indian nations and communities to educate their children so they have a firm foundation in their own culture, and acquire skills to ga...
Morongo Provides 400 Children with Back-to-School Supplies and Shoes
Four hundred school children in southern California went back to school with backpacks filled with school supplies, new sneakers and other goodies, thanks to the Morongo Band of Mi...
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