The Cocopah Police Department Cadet Program has nearly tripled in size within weeks of its establishment, from 13 cadets and more than 30.
More than 150 Cocopah students Thursday night received special awards and recognition.
Students will receive these awards based on their grades, attendance, and participation in various school activities.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe enlisted the help of the City of Yuma to donate a total of $13,724.50 to the Yuma Community Food Bank and Crossroads Mission.
Cocopah Tribal Elder Paul Soto presented a check of $5,000 to Special Olympic athletes and Lisa Ball, Director of Youth Programs with the Special Olympics Arizona Wednesday, February 12th, 2014.
SKYDIVE YUMA is the only commercial Sky Diving center in Southwest Arizona. The company’s headquarters are at the Somerton Airport and its drop zone is located on the Cocopah East Reservation.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe continues its long-standing tradition of helping others. Today, Cocopah Tribal Elder Paul Soto had the honor of presenting the Crossroads Mission with a check of $1,000.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe is donating $1,000 to the Tacna Fire Department. Throughout the years the Cocopah Tribal council has donated thousands to the department.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe continues its long-standing mission to help others. Cocopah Tribal Elder, Paul Soto had the honor of presenting Ricardo Becerra, Associate Director of Development with Arizona’s Children Association with a check of $250.00.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe continues its long-standing mission to help others. Cocopah Tribal Elder, Paul Soto had the honor of presenting Desert Valley Senior Center in Somerton with a check of $500.00.