The Apalachicola River Community of Indians Tribal Organization (ARCITO)

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Apalachicola River Community of Indians 

 

 Apalachicola River Community Indian Tribal Organization (ARCITO)


Tribal Chairman S. Pony Hill 


Vice Chairman H. Scott Sewell


councilpersons Teresa Moon, Niki Moon, Heather Fair


6830 Hwy 90 Grand Ridge , Fl 


850 254-5426 

 

Our Motto-

Upwards together

Our Statement of purpose-

We the ARCITO government will work to preserve, research, advocate, invest, support, and educate the Apalachicola River Community of Indian population in north Florida.

Our Organization-

Established in 1996, the ARCITO council is a formal government that represents the interests of the  Indian people who have lived in the panhandle of Florida for the last 200 years. Our activities include language and cultural preservation, an independent press and community newsletter, support of tribal spiritual traditions, communal economic development and educational programs that lay the ground work for tribal self-sufficiency through individual responsibility and accomplishment.


For more info contact

 Apalachicola River Community Indian Tribal Organization (ARCITO)


Vice Chairman H. Scott Sewell


850 254-5426