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The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians Receives Historic Preservation Fund Grant

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians has received a grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS) funded through the Tribal Heritage Grant program, Historic Preservation Fund. The grant is for the survey and inventory of Adobe and Wámkish sites, which are the tribe’s cultural areas on the Rincon Indian Reservation.  

“This funding will allow us to assess and evaluate cultural sites for listing eligibility on the National Register of Historic Places,” stated Chairman Bo Mazzetti of the Rincon Tribe.  “It is our responsibility as a people to protect and preserve the history and culture for our future generations. “

With these funds, organizations and agencies conserve significant U.S. cultural and historic resources, which illustrate, interpret, and are associated with the great events, ideas, and individuals that contribute to our nation’s history and culture.

“It is so important as tribes move forward, that they preserve the past,” stated Councilmember Laurie Gonzalez of the Rincon Tribe.  “This grant gives us the ability to protect our sites so that we may link our future generations to the past generations and give them a real and deep appreciation of where we started, and how far we’ve come.”

For more information on this project, please contact the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians at (760) 749-1092. For questions regarding the Historic Preservation Fund grant program, or to comment on this or any other proposed Historic Preservation Fund grant project, please contact the State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division, National Park Service, at 202-354-2020 or stlpg@nps.gov.

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians is a sovereign government recognized by the United States of America. The Tribe owns Harrah’s Resort Southern California and uses profits from this and other commercial enterprises to provide government services including police and environmental enforcement; economic development; healthcare and culture programsand a tribal court. At no cost to taxpayers, Rincon’s public safety operations respond to emergencies in the neighboring communities, with more than a majority of calls generating outside the Reservation. Rincon’s tribal enterprises are significant contributors to the North San Diego County economy through job creation, tax generation, purchase of local products and services and charitable donations. 

About the Rincon Tribe

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians is a sovereign government recognized by the United States of America. The Tribe owns Harrah’s Resort Southern California and uses profits from this and other commercial enterprises to provide government services including police and environmental enforcement; economic development; healthcare and culture programs; and a tribal court. At no cost to taxpayers, Rincon’s public safety operations respond to emergencies in the neighboring communities, with more than a majority of calls generating outside the Reservation. Rincon’s tribal enterprises are significant contributors to the North San Diego County economy through job creation, tax generation, purchase of local products and services and charitable donations. www.rincon-nsn.gov

Rincon Tribe to Donate Over $85,000 to Local Organizations

Tribe continues its commitment of giving

WHO: Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians

WHAT: Please join the Rincon Tribe as they recognize organizations and charities who are improving lives through
education, veterans assistance, small business advocacy and legal representation.

“With all that is going on in the world today, our neighbors and communities need us to step up and help in any way we can,” stated Chairman Bo Mazzetti of the Rincon Tribe. “During these difficult times, the Rincon people are proud and humbled to be able to continue and even expand our tradition of giving and sharing with others. We hope to positively impact the lives of many families through these donations.”

Final Honor, The Burn Institute, K9 Companions, Oceanside Chamber – Harbor Days and CA Indian Legal Services will all be receiving donations to help support their important local programs. “This funding is absolutely critical for us to maintain our vitally important services,” said Suzanne Porter of Final Honor. “We are deeply grateful to the people of Rincon for this most generous donation.”

WHEN:
Monday, September 13, 2021 10:30am

WHERE:
Rincon Government Center
One Government Center Lane
Valley Center, CA 92082

About the Rincon Tribe

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians is a sovereign government recognized by the United States of America. The Tribe
owns Harrah’s Resort Southern California and uses profits from this and other commercial enterprises to provide
government services including police and environmental enforcement; economic development; healthcare and culture
programs; and a tribal court. At no cost to taxpayers, Rincon’s public safety operations respond to emergencies in the neighboring communities, with more than a majority of calls generating outside the Reservation. Rincon’s tribal
enterprises are significant contributors to the North San Diego County economy through job creation, tax generation,
purchase of local products and services and charitable donations. www.rincon-nsn.gov

Wills Clinic

July 21 – 23, 2021
RINCON GOVERNMENT CENTER

The Tribal Council has contracted with California Indian Legal Services (CILS) Escondido Office to provide free services to Rincon Band members who attend the Wills Clinic.