About Cove Chapter
The Cove Community is located in a remote and isolated area, surrounded by the Lukachukai and Carrizo Mountains. The Chapter is located in one of the most scenic areas of the Navajo Nation. The Chapter House is about 42 Miles from U.S. Highway 491 and 10 miles West of Red Valley, Arizona on Navajo Route 33.
Our vision for the community of Cove Chapter is simple. Cove will be recognized as a safe and desirable community that preserves its uniqueness and special qualities consistent with our Navajo way of life. We cherish our people and the land that we live on. We share a sense of place and take pride in our established and emerging family clustered homesteads. We are proud of our heritage and culture.
Our community enjoys a rich fabric of valley and woodland areas, interwoven with environmental resources, grazing, open space and the vast mountains, all representing a heritage of natural beauty. Our Chapter house serves and ties together the entire community. The Cove Chapter 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.
Our plan is nothing less than the best of the past merged with the best of the future, creating a community where we can lead healthy productive lives in harmony with our beliefs and environment. This vision holds true to the values of our community.
Amber Kanazbah Crotty, Council Delegate
Benjamin Hosteen, Grazing Member
Raymond Benally, Farm Board Member
James Benally, President
Thomas Young, Sr., Vice-President
Charlotte Yazzie, Secretary/Treasurer
Lorraine Johnson-Roy, Chapter Manager
Lorinda Cadman, Administrative Assistant
Garrick Smith, Office Assistant