other activity with each other, during the period May 14, 1607 to 1900. Acceptable service is listed on the Membership page of this website.
Our objectives are to strengthen fellowship and to encourage cooperation between descendants of Native Americans and Immigrant Americans; to preserve records and historic sites associated with Native Americans; to promote education thorough scholarships to Native American Students; and to provide books and school supplies to Native American schools.
My theme this administration is the walking bear. The bear is prominent in Native American folklore. They are a symbol of strength and wisdom and are often associated with medicine and healing. And being a Californian what better theme for our Society? My scripture is “Honor others above yourselves.” And what better way to honor others than with supporting education.
We encourage membership of descendants of Native Americans. If you are a direct descendant of a Native American, you will be recognized with a certificate and the opportunity to purchase our new insignia teepee pin that can be worn on your official ribbon.
If you are interested in membership in our society please explore our website to learn more about our Society.
Cheryl “Cher” Miller Sesma