New Native American Interpretive Center Built on Preserved Land in California City

June 9, 2002

Source: The San Diego Union-Tribune

On June 9, 2002 The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that "in a ceremony marked by solemn chanting from the Bird Song Singers, American Indians and the descendants of European settlers joined yesterday to dedicate the Kumeyaay-Ipai Interpretive Center, [in Poway, California]... Kumeyaay leaders praised... the city of Poway, Scouting groups and others who have cleaned up the site, built trails, gardens, ramadas (shade structures) and a native house made of sticks and reeds."