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Trail of Tears Annual Walk

The Wichita Indian United Methodist Church, the Wichita Intertribal Warrior Society, and Hunter Health Clinic welcome you to the 178th annual observance of the Trail of Tears.

We walk in remembrance of those who suffered and died as a result of Andrew Jackson’s signing of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. An estimated 60,000 Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Seminole, and Creek were forcibly removed from their ancestral lands in Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and Tennessee to Indian Territory – present day Oklahoma.

Nunahi – duna – dio – hilu – i
“The trail where they cried.”
~ Cherokee

October 15, 2016 
Saturday 11am-3pm
Sedgwick County Park – 6501 W. 21st. N.
Short Walk at 1 p.m., Food, Vendors, Games, Crafts, Demonstrations and MORE!
This is a FREE event open to everyone!!!

Contact: Becky Jones (316) 262-2415 ext. 2210

Convoy of Hope

Free HIV Testing

Feed the Homeless

Complimentary Back to School physicals

Men’s Health Day  – offer free prostate exams

This Christmas Hunter Health Clinic gave way over 50 packages to our patients.  The patient in the picture has stage 4 cancer and told one of our nurses that this was the only gift he received for Christmas.  We gave him a chair (folded)  along with other personal items.  We have been caring for him for over three years.