The Red Lake Chapter #18 conducts meetings monthly to keep residents informed. Residents have a forum to express their opinions to their Navajo Nation Council Delegate or to decide on matters concerning their chapter.
NOTE: Dates are tentative and subject to change.
- Planning Meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. (1st) Wednesday of each month
- Regular Chapter Meeting begin at 6:00 p.m. (3rd) Wednesday of each month
Navajo, New Mexico was established in 1960. Since towns within the Navajo Nation are not incorporated, Navajo as a modern community comes close to being a township. Navajo Route 12 was also constructed in 1960. Navajo was home to the Navajo Forest Product Industries, a tribal-owned enterprise. Development of NFPI started in June of 1960. NFPI had replaced an old sawmill, which operated for nearly 20 years at the community now referred to as “Sawmill”. Much development has occurred in Navajo because of the lumber industry. NFPI closed down operations in 1994 due to pressure from environmental groups over the lack of an adequate forest management plan.
“Servicing the Governmental Needs of the Red Lake Chapter #18 Residents.”
Red Lake #18 Chapter is selling Premium three strand Alfalfa mix Hay each bale at $15.00 plus Navajo Nation Sales Tax at 6%.
Arval T. McCabe, Chapter President
Pauline J. Garnenez, Chapter Vice-President
Loberta Redhouse, Chapter Secretary/Treasurer
Wilson Stewart Jr., Council Delegate
Grazing Official & Farm Board
Florina Howard, Grazing Official
Dondi K. Begay, Farm Board President
Darlene Thompson, Farm Board Vice-President
Jonas Mastach, Farm Board Secretary
Kathleen Shurley, Community Service Coordinator
Melissa Peshlakai, Accounts Maintenance Specialist
Richard Tsosie, Temp. Office Assistant
Harlan Begay, Temp Custodian
Lavon Legah, Temp Security Guard