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Keeping the Promise
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Jim Pepper (Kaw/Creek) (1941-1992)
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It is vital to our mission of improving access to music education in Jim Pepper's name that no one and no family is excluded from our community-building celebration at Parkrose High School for lack of funds. Throwing a free all-ages community concert costs money and Jim Pepper is still better known far from his home town. That is why we are reaching out to you. Join us.
Support Jim PepperFest with your tax-deductible contribution in any amount to the Center for a Sustainable Today. Your contribution will be acknowledged in perpetuity on our website and celebrated at Parkrose High School on September 24-25, 2016.
Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival Year 4
Jim Pepper Remembrance Scholarship Fund
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A Promise to Floy
Sean Cruz, Executive Director of the Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival, promised Jim Pepper’s mom, Floy Pepper, (see photo) that he would do all he could to see that her son received the recognition he deserves, and that is the mission he is on, organizing the Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival in Jim’s home neighborhood while reaching across Indian Country and into Europe, seven generations deep.