INTERVIEW: Eric Gibson Making a Difference In Navajo Nation

by | May 22, 2018 | County News, Cullman, Get Smart, Interviews, Videos

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INTERVIEW: Eric Gibson Making a Difference In Navajo Nation

For the past five years, during the first week of June, Eric Gibson (of Cullman’s Guitars and More) treks to the high elevation desert of northeastern Arizona and the Navajo Nation.

He is both a participant and a leader in Camp Pollen Circles.

Camp Pollen Circles is a youth organization that provides culturally-based holistic wellness activities, camps, and workshops in and around the Navajo Nation.

Camp Pollen Circles defines their purpose this way:

“Through the facilitation of wellness activities, weave together 
the Navajo (Diné) components of the holistic self – emotional being, mental 
being, physical being, spiritual being and social being – with “internal and external holistic wellness” as an intended outcome.”

In this interview with Tiffany Collins, Eric’s face illuminates as he smiles and fondly recalls his experiences at Camp Pollen Circles in the heart of the Navajo Nation:

INTERVIEW: Eric Gibson Making a Difference In Navajo Nation

Tiffany Collins

Tiffany Collins is Cullman Today's Community Events & Life Announcements Coordinator. She enjoys supporting citizens of greater Cullman County in celebrating their personal and professional successes and achievements.

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