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March TCWP Affidavits Deadline
Published: 2/3/2023 9:57:00 AM - Public Relations

March Tribal Child Welfare Affidavits are due tomorrow, Friday, February 3rd by 5 pm. Currently, there are 71 that have not been received. For questions please contact the Tribal Clerk’s office at (989) 775-4051.
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Candy Gram Fundraiser Order Form
Published: 2/2/2023 10:27:00 AM - Public Relations

Candy Gram Fundraiser Order Form Orders due by February 8th. Order at Andahwod with exact amount ($5.00) or check. Deliveries to tribal departments and local schools on February 14th. Candy Grams may also be picked up at Andahwod on Monday Feb. 13th or Tuesday Feb. 14th. 9am-5pm. Please wear a mask when you come to the building. Miigwetch.
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Dancers Requested
Published: 1/30/2023 4:32:00 PM - Public Relations

For a Cultural dance demonstration at the CMU Men’s and Women’s Basketball halftime shows
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Scope of Work

To provide an independent sharing and coverage of the daily events surrounding the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Community in an informative, responsible and proactive manner

Vision Statement

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan is committed to be the executive stewards of its national resources as "Administrators of Self Determination," the Tribe will pursue pro-active solutions while integrating our cultural, social, economic and environmental interests. The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan will endeavor to strengthen the services provided to Tribal members and enterprise associates through purposeful leadership and quality service while maintaining a commitment to the Seven Teachings of our Ancestors.

Mission Statement

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan is a progressive sovereign entity dedicated to the preservation of its rich cultural history while striving to protect the interest of its indigenous community for the next seven generations. The Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Leadership will define and promote its National Interest by embracing the highest ethical principles, promoting integrity and understanding as well as establishing and enforcing fiscal responsibility. The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan will honor and protect its cultural identity by asserting its sovereign and economic right within the global market place of ideas in order to ensure its continued prosperity.