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Upcoming Events
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Fatherhood Is Sacred & Motherhood Is Sacred Training
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October 21-23 , 2014
Mesa, AZ

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11th Annual National Native American "Fatherhood is Leadership" Conference
November 5-7 , 2014
Mesa, AZ

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Linking Generations By Strengthening Relationships Training
November 12-14, 2014
Mesa, AZ

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Fatherhood Is Sacred & Motherhood Is Sacred Training
9-11, December 2014
Mesa, AZ

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Other Events

-Mr. Albert M. Pooley will be presenting at the NAICJA 45th Annual National Tribal Judicial & Court Clerks Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
October 7-10, 2014.

-Mr. Albert M. Pooley will be presenting at the the Native American Fatherhood Conference for the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission in Bismarck, North Dakota.
October 14 & 15, 2014

-Mr. Albert M. Pooley will also be presenting at "Working Together, Learning Together - Assisting Victims of Family Violence in Aboriginal Communities".
October 28 & 29, 2014.

This event is a gathering of Prince Edward Island's First Nation service providers and provides an opportunity for learning and strengthening relationships to help prevent family violence. There will be approximately 45 attending, representing a variety of services including health, child and family and police.

The event is taking place at beautiful Stanley Bridge Resort in Stanley Bridge, Prince Edward Island. The organization hosting the event is the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI and their website is www.mcpei.ca. This is a closed event.

Mission Statement
To strengthen families by responsibly involving fathers in their lives of their children, families and communities and partnering with mothers to provide happy and safe families.
Vision Statement
Native American Fathers and Mothers as models of healthy parenting for happy and safe families everywhere.
The family is at the heart of the Native American cultures. There is no other work more important than fatherhood and motherhood. Our approach is based on a culturally rich model that inspires and motivates fathers and mothers to devote their best efforts in teaching and raising children to develop their potential and the attributes needed for success in life.
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