Skate Park recognition

Pictured from Matthew Box’s crew (heavy equipment supervisor); Journey Martinez, Paul Ruybal and Lawrence Wilbourn. Pictured from Tribal Planning, Doug McDonald. Pictured from Tribal Housing, Garry Fulks and Elizabeth Benally. Pictured from SunUte, Robin Duffy-Wirth. Not pictured from Properties and Facilities; Andrew Gellageos. Not pictured from Tribal Planning; Mary Monte. Not pictured from Tribal Housing: Matthew Box, Steve Archuleta and Lance Anderson.
SunUte Community Center Director, Robin Duffy-Wirth held a small outdoor recognition ceremony for those involved with the construction, implementation and oversight of the Tribe’s latest endeavor, the new SunUte Skate Park. “It took a large, diverse team to build such a beautiful skatepark,’ said Duffy-Wirth. “Special thanks to everyone involved including the SCSYAC, our local youth, Tribal Council, Executive Office, Tribal Planning, Properties and Facilities, Tribal Housing, and SunUte.”
SunUte Director, Robin Duffy-Wirth handed out embroidered hoodies, bearing the SunUte logo, to tribal staff on Friday, April 9, recognizing them for the hard work and dedication in seeing the Skate Park project come to fruition on Tribal Campus.
Jeremy Wade Shockley | SU Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | SU Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | SU Drum

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