AAITA Board of Directors
Donovan Hanley, President
Steve Geiogamah, Vice-President
Dorothy Denetsosie Gishie, Treasurer
Geri Hongeva, Secretary
WELCOME ADDRESS FROM AAITA PRESIDENT
Yá’át’ééh (Navajo Welcome),
Whether visiting for the first time or returning, Welcome to Arizona!
Arizona has an abundance of beautiful scenery and Native landscapes. With breathtaking views of Canyons, Deserts, and Mountains, the Arizona landscape is truly history in the making.
To the Native people of Arizona this landscape is more than a great Southwest destination; it’s a way of living and celebrating the many cultures and heritage that is Arizona.
In celebration of Arizona’s Centennial year, our Native people would like to share what our Arizona has to offer. Take another look at Arizona; Back-packing the Grand Canyon to Havasupai Falls, a jeep tour of Canyon de Chelly, Mountain biking through the White Mountains, or visiting the Museums of Indian Country. It’s all here waiting for you.
Come and enjoy Native Arizona. Embrace the Culture and awaken all your senses. Thank you for having an interest and on behalf of the Arizona American Indian Tourism Association, Yá’át’ééh!
Arizona Centennial 2012 - Prescott and Phoenix
Indian Village 2008
July 10, 2013
Meeting Notes from 9/14/12
Prior Meeting : June 22, 2012, 10am- 2pm
NACA, Flagstaff, Az
Meeting Notes from 6/22/12
Print Agenda for 6/22/12
While in beautiful Flagstaff - Things to do June 2012