Yuma Boys Baseball League Coach Victor Zavala (center) presents an appreciation plaque to the Cocopah Indian Tribe for sponsoring the 2019 spring baseball season. The nonprofit group provides baseball coaching for both boys and girls ages 5 and 6 years old. The league played 20 games this past baseball season.
Cocopah Councilwoman Rosa J. Long represented the Tribe at the Mother's Day Tea Event that Hospice of Yuma held on May 4th at the Pivot Point Conference Center.
Cocopah Councilwoman Rosa J. Long presented the Yuma County Board of Supervisors with a $10,000 donation to support the Yuma Community Food Bank. Each year Native American casinos donate a percentage of their profits to local governments in support of community programs.
Cocopah Vice Chairman J. Deal Begay, Jr. (right) and Councilwoman Rosa J. Long (center) accept a recognition plaque from Arizona Western College Sports Information Director Tim Slack.
Cocopah Vice-Chairman J. Deal Begay, Jr. (fourth from the right) and Cocopah Councilwoman Rosa J. Long (fourth from the left) present the annual profit share check to Somerton city council.
Will Bert Ortega Sr. was honored by Kofa High School for his role in winning the state football championship in the early 1960s.
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Cocopah Vice Chairman J. Deal Begay, Jr. presents a $1,000 check to patrons and staff at the Desert Valley Senior Center in Somerton, Ariz.
Each year, the Cocopah Tribal Council makes a donation in support of the center's Christmas gathering.
The 22nd Annual Cocopah Cultural Celebration will be held from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, Oct. 20 at the West Cocopah Reservation.