Robbinsdale Area Schools

Join the American Indian Education Program May 31 for a movie/game night

The community is invited to join Robbinsdale’s American Indian Education Program for a special movie and game night, 5:30-8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31, at a location to be determined.

The event is both a year-end community celebration and a recognition for select seniors who are graduating from high school but haven’t yet been honored for their accomplishments.

In addition to a movie and games, barbeque food will be served, and other snack options will be available.

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