– Cherokee Nation Health Services hosts its Native American Cancer Support Group at W. For more information, call Margie Burkhart 918-453-5440 or Ruth Hummingbird at 918-822-2543. Forms can be emailed to Alicia Eubanks at [email protected] submitted in person at the Career Services office inside the W.
Cancer survivors, caregivers, family members, social workers and oncology specialists are all welcome. – Entry forms for the 64th Cherokee National Holiday parade must be submitted.
For more information, contact Cynthia Dotson at 918-453-5757 ext. Entry fee is 5 for co-ed tournament, 0 for men’s fast-pitch and 5 for women’s fast-pitch. For more information, call Lisa Trice-Turtle at 918-453-5000, ext. For more information, contact Chris Welch at 918-207-4953 or [email protected] – Cherokee Nation Office of Child Support Services hosts an open house at its four locations in Tahlequah, Catoosa, Sallisaw and Jay in honor of Child Support Awareness Month. For a full list of upcoming 64th Cherokee National Holiday events on Labor Day weekend, visit click the Cherokee National Holiday quick link.
– Cherokee Nation Wings Program will sponsor the “Fire Up the Lions! Proceeds benefit Vinita Firefighter Local #2841 Scholarship Fund and Vinita Lions Club.
– Cherokee Nation hosts an Oklahoma Blood Institute blood drive in the Tsa-La-Gi community room behind the Restaurant of the Cherokees in Tahlequah.
– The Junior Miss Cherokee Leadership Competition will be held at the Tahlequah Municipal Armory Building, 100 N. For more information, call Reba Bruner at 918-453-5397.
- Native American children in custody of a tribe or state. - Native American children mixed with another ethnicity. – Cherokee Nation WIC program celebrates World Breastfeeding Week at the Sam Hider Health Center in Jay. The Care Portal network is aimed at better meeting the needs of children being placed into foster care. – The Little Cherokee Ambassador Competition will be held at the Tahlequah Municipal Armory Building, 100 N. For more information, call Kristen Smith-Snell at 918-525-2266. 8 First day of school for the 2016-17 academic year for Sequoyah High School and Cherokee Immersion Charter School students. For more information, call Dawni Squirrel at 918-525-2041 or [email protected] Applications can be emailed to Marie Smith at [email protected] submitted in person at the Spider Gallery, 215 S.
- Native American children with special physical or emotional needs. – Cherokee Nation Indian Child Welfare is partnering with Care Portal and Oklahoma Department of Human Services to launch Cherokee County Care Portal network at the Cherokee Nation Courthouse in Tahlequah. – As part of Cherokee Nation Community & Cultural Outreach’s Cultural Enrichment Series, Danny Mc Carter will discuss the art of making blow guns and darts as well as their traditional use in the Osiyo training room behind the Cherokee Nation Gift Shop in Tahlequah. –The deadline to submit applications for the 11th Annual Cherokee National Holiday Art Show, including photos of artwork.
Remembering our past, protecting the present and securing our future for generations to come by providing an array of protective, supportive, and child focused services to families needing assistance in maintaining a self sufficient and healthy environment. Event includes refreshments, playing games, a lesson on nutrition and more. For more information, call John Rozell at 918-871-9395.
Listed below are upcoming events and cultural training opportunities for Cherokee Nation Resource Families. – Cultural Tourism hosts a brown bag lunch discussion at the John Ross Museum in Tahlequah about Chief John Ross and his legacy after his death 150 years ago, on Aug.
Please check with your certification worker to confirm the amount of credit you can receive for classes you attend.
In the month of August, a new Miss Cherokee, Junior Miss Cherokee and several Little Cherokee Ambassadors will be crowned.
Event activities include a flea market, children activities, a live band and more.
– Cherokee Elder Care hosts the 2016 Turtle Round Up at the Cherokee Elder Care facility in Tahlequah.