It is time for the Museum of Northern Arizona’s 12th Annual Gala Weekend! Hufford and Horstman is proud to sponsor a table at the gala. “Tselani/Terrain: Tapestries of D.Y. Begay,” an exhibition of Navajo textiles premiers at the gala. The exhibition is described as, “[t]his internationally recognized master weaver draws inspiration for her contemporary textiles from the distinctly beautiful landscape surrounding her home, Tselani, on the Navajo nation.” After the gala and auction, the exhibit is to be on display between June 17th and November 1st at the Museum of Northern Arizona.
Recently, on May 10th and 11th, at the Heinfeld & Meech Grant School Conference in Laughlin, Nevada, Gehl Tucker presented “Informal Mediation or: How to Solve Difficult Problems without Paying a Lawyer,” and Samantha B. Kelty presented, “Student Discipline, Special Education Discipline, and Student Threat Assessments: How to ‘See Through’ the Issues.”
Closer to home, a few new faces are lighting up the hallways of the Hufford and Horstman offices. Jenna Heguy has been hard at work assisting Patrice Horstman since mid-February, and we’re very grateful to have her. More recently, we’ve welcomed Kristen Dikeman as our new associate attorney, as well as Bridgette Hardesty as Nathan Schott and Kristen Dikeman’s legal assistant. We are lucky and proud to have such stellar individuals keeping H&H on track.
Finally, we would like to congratulate Nathan Schott for passing the Navajo Nation Bar Exam.