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Vol. 3, No. 1, October 2, 2000

The President's Own Marine Band Tours 2000
Have you heard the President's Own Marine Band play "Stars and Stripes Forever?" It's to live for! The Band has free concerts all over the country. For this year, starting this month, the band will tour Area II : western Virginia, southern West Virginia, western North Carolina, Tennessee, northern Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico. If you miss a live performance, you can get a mini-concert right at your desktop.


Indian Nation Finds Technology Is Prescription for Success
Using private sector technology, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa introduced a sophisticated computerized billing system for its pharmacy -- the first of its kind for Indian Country. Thirty-four other tribal health-care providers have adopted it. For this technological coup that some claimed was undoable, the Band is a finalist for a prestigious award.

Fall Colors
In fall, we often say the trees are ablaze with color. Thankfully, only a few trees are still ablaze because of wild fires. The Forest Service tells us that its collection of fall color links has not been updated so far this year due to the wildfire fire emergency. Nevertheless, this one-stop site contains enough generic information to help you enjoy the fall foliage in many parts of the country.

The Birds of Big Bend
Big Bend National Park is a birdwatcher's paradise. It's home to about 450 species of birds, more than any other national park in the United States. Click on this site -- and be treated to bird songs as well.

In This Issue

Marine Band Tours

Indian Pharmacy

Fall Colors

Birds of Big Bend

Hispanic Heritage Month

Disaster Finder

Government Portals

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