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American Indian College Fund Gala Announced

 DENVER  -- The 15th annual 2010 American Indian College Fund Flame of Hope Galawill be held at the Seawell Grand Ballroom at the Denver Center of the Performing Arts in Denver, Colo. on Thursday, Oct. 14. All proceeds from the event will benefit scholarships for American Indian students.

The event will feature musical entertainment. Hattie Kauffman of The Early Show, CBS, will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies. Other program highlights will include tribal college students sharing their stories of hope and courage.

A silent auction of Native arts and other items will also be featured at the event and on the American Indian College Fund web.

Event sponsors include Allstate Insurance; Amergent; Anonymous; Richard and Heather BlackKim Blanchard;  Caddo Solutions; CBS; The Coca-Cola Company; CollegeBoard; ExxonMobil; Ford Motor Company; Fredericks, Peebles & Morgan; IBM; Jenzabar; Lannan Foundation; McDonald's Corporation; Milberg LLP; Native American Collections, Inc.; Nissan North America; Oneida Nation; William and Antoinette Peskoff Charitable Foundation; Thomas C. and Lois L. Sando Foundation; Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Co.; San Manuel Band of Mission Indians; Smith, Shelton & Ragona; Tierney Family Foundation; UMB Bank; UPS; USA Funds; Watershed Investment Consultants; The Wilke Family Foundation; and W+K.

About the American Indian College Fund

With its credo "Educating the Mind and Spirit," The American Indian College Fund is the premier scholarship organization for American Indian college students. The Fund was created in 1989 to raise funds for scholarships and support America's 33 tribal colleges. The Fund provides more than 6,000 scholarships annually. 


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