Potluck and Presentation • Tuesday, April 30 • 11:30 a.m. Community Room
Richard J. Gonzalez M.A. is a member of the Iroquois Confederation, Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin, and Turtle Clan. Richard will offer an unique, personal perspective on being a Native American in past, current, and future America. His journey has been joyful torturous, and hopeful, as he will relate these realities through personal discoveries, documents, oral histories, family photos and tribal affiliation.
Richard, on the professional side, has two degrees from Cardinal Stritch University, including a masters, and is a Trustee Emeritus, also at Stritch. He has post graduate certification from UW-M and a former principal in Grafton Public Schools, as well as various private schools. Richard is a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grafton and has been married to his wife, Jan, for almost fifty years. Dont miss this informative event! Sign up now in Fellowship Hall, and don't forget to bring a dish to pass.
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