Community   Feed   and   Urban   Indian   Resource Fair    took    place    28    of    November    in    Large Meeting Room of Billings Public Library. This      event      was      organized      by      Planned Parenthood   of   Montana   and   Rocky   Mountain Tribal   Leaders   Council.   From   2   to   7   pm   it   was visited   by   several   hundred   people.   And   this   is not   surprising,   because   visitors   had   a   unique opportunity    to    get    information    about    health insurance,      health      care,      education,      civic engagement,        LIFTT,        advocacy.        Native Americans    noted    that    the    event    was    very useful   to   them.   They   had   a   unique   opportunity to   communicate   with   people   who   can   explain   to   them   what   should   be   done   in   this   or   that   situation.   And   they   also   have   all   the necessary   contact   information.   So   the   organizers   reached   their   goal.   Especially   visitors   were   pleased   with   the   draw   of   prizes   every hour   and   delicious   food.   Among   the   guests   were   City   Councilman   Mike   Yakawich   and   Business   Development   Specialist   Liz Ching                                       
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Urban Indian Resource Fair
Community   Feed   and   Urban Indian    Resource    Fair    took place     28     of     November     in Large      Meeting      Room      of Billings Public Library. This   event   was   organized   by Planned        Parenthood        of Montana          and          Rocky Mountain       Tribal       Leaders Council.   From   2   to   7   pm   it was       visited       by       several hundred     people.     And     this     is     not surprising,    because    visitors    had    a unique   opportunity   to   get   information about   health   insurance,   health   care, education,    civic    engagement,    LIFTT, advocacy.     Native    Americans     noted that    the    event    was    very    useful    to them.   They   had   a   unique   opportunity to      communicate with    people    who can      explain      to them   what   should be   done   in   this   or that   situation.   And they   also   have   all the         necessary c    o    n    t    a    c    t      information.       So the         organizers reached           their goal.       Especially visitors            were pleased    with    the draw   of   prizes   every   hour   and   delicious   food.   Among   the   guests were      City      Councilman      Mike      Yakawich      and      Business Development Specialist Liz Ching                                       
Johnson’s Billings News
Urban Indian Resource Fair
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They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
  First Urban Indian Resource Fair had a successful start in Billings (photos and videos)