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www.nmsbdc.org

Fred Vallo, Sr.
Pueblo Governor, P.O. Box 309, Pueblo of Acoma, New Mexico 87034, (505) 552-6604


www.abqjew.net

As it turns out, the current Acoma Pueblo Governor, Fred S. Vallo, Jr. will be the featured guest at Congregation Albert Brotherhood's monthly brunch on Sunday November 22.
Vallo will speak about Acoma Pueblo's history, as well as the pueblo's current concerns with rural electrification, gaming contracts, energy development and water concerns.


www.wkkf.org [cached]

Fred Vallo, Governor, Pueblo of Acoma, L-A HS Task Force member


www.nativevillage.org

"We're excited about the program as it gives the members an excellent opportunity to see and experience other indigenous cultures ..." said Fred Vallo, Sr, director of the Acoma Boys and Girls Club.
During these exchanges, Acoma youth welcome the opportunity to educate others about the Acoma Pueblo. "We want our young people to learn, know and understand their own language and their accurate history. Another goal is the understanding of the traditions, customs and mores of their tribe," Vallo added.


www.gallupindependent.com

Fred Vallo, a former Acoma governor, who is the director of the club, said the tribe has stopped funding the club to the tune of $100,000 per year.
“We are now closed,” he said. The lack of funding to the club effectively closed the doors, and Vallo and Kirk Dominic, executive vice president of the national Boys and Girls Clubs, said there is no funding coming in from any other source, at least for the foreseeable future. Vallo said the tribe’s money was being used to pay for programs that were going to be reimbursed by grants. “We spend the money first and the grants reimburse us,” he said. Vallo said he is hoping to get some grants in as soon as possible and reopen the doors. Dominic said Boys and Girls Club staffers from the Texas regional office are working with Vallo helping him to apply for grants that will help re-fund the club.


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