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Indian couple named Parents of the Year

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2002

An Indian couple from Arizona has been named one of three National Parents of the Year.

Ezekiel and Pauline Sanchez have children aged 14 to 27. In 2001, they were the first Native couple to be named Arizona's Parents of the Year.

Ezekiel Sanchez is a co-founder of Anasazi Foundation, a non-profit organization serving at-risk youth and their parents. He is from the Totonac Tribe of Mexico. Pauline Sanchez is Navajo.

Get the Story:
Family lives 'from the heart' (AP 11/19)
Mesa couple is named U.S. parents of the year (AP 11/18)

Relevant Links:
Anasazi Foundation - http://www.anasazi.org
National Parents' Day Council - http://www.parentsday.com
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