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Organizations Filed Purposes: The Organizations mission is to preserve archaeological sites and collections, to curate the collections locally, and to make them available for research and education; to develop partnerships with American Indians, cultural groups and the communities it serves, and to

Public Education -The Center offers a number of educational opportunities for adults and children in the field of archaeology and preservation such as:a)Lecture Series: Archaeologists and other specialists provide talks on research and pre-historical aspects of Native American life in the area.b)Fourth Grade Visits: The Education Committee visited every fourth grade class in the area to talk about archaeology and pre-history. Fourth grade is the year Arizona history is covered in the curriculum.c)Annual Archaeology Fair: This annual event offers numerous archaeology lectures, films, exhibits and demonstrations. A Native American Art Show is incorporated in the fair to increase the awareness of Native American arts.d)Annual Excavation Field School: The Center hosted an annual summer sessions of an excavation field school in Cortez, Colorado, in July 2019.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Kenneth ZollExecutive Direc30$0
Kathryn TurneyDirector5$0
Linda GuarinoDirector5$0
Dennis ShawDirector5$0
Cheri MeyerhoferPresident20$0
James HoseDirector5$0
Roberto AncisDirector5$0
Todd StellTreasurer20$0
Lynette KovacovichSecretary5$0
James GraceffaVice President5$0

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