Mendota community URGENTLY seeks assistance
Karen Clark, of the MN House of Representatives, District 61A,
Minneapolis, visited the Sacred Spring today and spoke with individuals
at the Mendota Community encampment.
She told those there that she wanted to know more about what was going
on and how she could help. It is important that she hear from all of us
who are concerned about the Mendota Sacred Sites, and the reroute of
Highway 55. Phone calls, snail mail letters, and emails.
District 61A - Minneapolis
Minnesota House of Representatives
503 State Office Building
100 Constitution Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55155
Phone: (651) 296-0294 Office
1/16/99 - Here is an updated list of current needs for those occupying the site;
The Mendota Community encampment is still in desperate need. Our people still only
have one camp stove and one kerosene heater. They also need full face stocking caps,
gloves, CarHarts (heavy coveralls), snow suits, ski jackets, parkas, winter clothing,
long underwear, RVs, tipis, tents, cement, chain, polypropylene rope, climbing rope
and gear, cobras, kryptonite bike locks, bike cables, padlocks, foam pads, sleeping
bags, boots, wedges, mauls, wood, propane, dried and canned food, communications
systems (i.e., walkie talkies, 2 way radios, scanners), flashlights, batteries,
a laptop, cameras, and a printer.
Please circulate widely and ask friends and neighbors for what they can spare.
Clothing needs to be in the Large, X-Large, and 2X Large sizes.
Financial assistance is still needed also.
The Mendota are a non-profit organization and reciepts will be supplied for those
who request them.
Send donations to;
Checks or money orders may be made payable to MMDC.
Mendota Medewakanton Dakota Community
PO Box 50835
Mendota, MN 55150
Contact numbers are Linda M. Brown - (612) 944-7290
FAX (612) 944-0105
or Bob Brown, Chairman - (612) 576-9686
FAX (612) 576-0632
We ask that everyone send what they can...be it money or supplies.
PLEASE HELP PROTECT OUR SACRED SITES!
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