Hopi Nation Service Trip 2017
November 2-5, 2017
Each year, Interactors (high school aged Rotarians) have the unique opportunity to join Rotarians for a service project on the Hopi Nation, a Native American tribe whose villages date back to 1200 A.D., descendants of the Anasazi culture. The Hopi Nation live on the mesas of Northeastern Arizona.
This year we'll be providing firewood and repairing a school and/or local homes. We will work with local Hopi students teaching life skills through Jr. Achievement.
The cost is $200 which includes transportation, food and lodging. We're accepting applications on a first come, first serve basis, accepting those who have paid their $200 and submitted their paperwork. To ensure a quality experience for our participants, we are capping this trip at 20 students and 10 chaperones.
- Thursday-Meet and load vans, drive to reservation.
- Friday- Teaching Jr. Achievement skills to local Hopi students. Distributing dictionaries and firewood.
- Saturday- Various work around the reservation. Dinner with locals.
- Sunday-Sunrise service on sacred mesa, drive home.
For more info contact Cathy King: email@example.com