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Press Release, Tribal Government Operations
Tribal Leaders in Place Following the 2024 Elections at San Manuel
Three elected leaders took the oath of office to be seated on the Yuhaaviatam Tribal Council of San Manuel: Chairwoman Lynn “Nay” Valbuena, Treasurer Latisha Prieto and Second Governing Council Member Laurena Bolden.
May 15, 2024
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Culture, Environment
Yucca Harvest KCAL
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians continues the ceremonial harvest of the chaparral yucca plant, a tradition passed down through generations.
May 13, 2024
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Culture, Press Release
Standing for Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous People
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians hosts 2nd annual 5K to raise awareness of a violent epidemic plaguing Native American communities.
April 30, 2024
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Community
Hamiinat Magazine
The Yuhaaviatam Clan has long used storytelling to honor the strength, perseverance, and resiliency of its people. Hamiinat, the magazine of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, is filled with compelling stories about the Tribe’s history, legacy, culture, and future
April 30, 2024
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Community, Press Release
Honorable Yvette Ayala Henderson Named Chief Judge for San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Judge Henderson brings close to 20 years of jurisprudence to this role.
March 15, 2024
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Tribal Leaders in Place Following the 2024 Elections at San Manuel

Tribal Leaders in Place Following the 2024 Elections at San Manuel

May 15, 2024Tribal Government Operations
Yucca Harvest KCAL

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians continues the ceremonial harvest of the chaparral  yucca plant, a tradition passed down through generations.

May 10, 2024Culture, Environment
Hamiinat Magazine

Read our Summer 2024 issue of Hamiinat

April 30, 2024Community
Standing for Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous People

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians hosts 2nd annual 5K to raise awareness of a violent epidemic plaguing Native American communities

April 30, 2024Community, Philanthropy, Press Release
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Media Contact:

Robin Alcantara

Senior Public Relations Specialist

Robin.Alcantara@sanmanuel-nsn.gov

(909) 838-3512

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