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 “Celebrate 20 For The Tribe”<br />
The Alimacani Story<br />By:  Mrs.Donna Hulsey<br />Founding Principal<br />
Timucuan Indians Visit Alimacani<br />
This School is named after the Timucuan Indian Town of Alimacani.  Alimacani, meaning “Sweet Land By The Sea”, was located...
Welcome to the<br />“Fly with the Vipers and Friends”<br />Mentoring Initiative Program at<br />Alimacani Elementary Schoo...
Alimacani’s  First <br />Time Capsule<br />
Alimacani Elementary School<br />Sweet Land By The Sea<br />
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  1. 1. “Celebrate 20 For The Tribe”<br />
  2. 2. The Alimacani Story<br />By: Mrs.Donna Hulsey<br />Founding Principal<br />
  3. 3. Timucuan Indians Visit Alimacani<br />
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  8. 8. This School is named after the Timucuan Indian Town of Alimacani. Alimacani, meaning “Sweet Land By The Sea”, was located on nearby Ft. George Island. Its chieftain bore the same name as his town, which appeared on the first French map of the area in 1564. <br />The Timucuans were a strong and noble race of people whose ancestors had lived here for hundreds of years. Their beautiful land is our inheritance. It is our responsibility to safeguard it for generations yet to come.<br />
  9. 9. Welcome to the<br />“Fly with the Vipers and Friends”<br />Mentoring Initiative Program at<br />Alimacani Elementary School<br />Thank you for volunteering.Your commitment to volunteer will make a difference in the life of a child.<br />
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  11. 11. Alimacani’s First <br />Time Capsule<br />
  12. 12. Alimacani Elementary School<br />Sweet Land By The Sea<br />

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