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Tribal Observer Issue: August 1, 2001

It's powwow time!

"Honoring our Tribal Chiefs Past and Present"

Tribal youth at peace with being showcased as a good role model

Saginaw Chippewa youth participating in an annual summer program are gaining knowledge of how various departments carry out their daily duties.

Singer to perform at free community concert Aug. 6

Native American singer and songwriter Annie Humphrey has traveled across the continent to inspire and warm the hearts of her listeners.

Logo remains a lasting legacy for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe

Saginaw Chippewa Elder Julius Peters said he had no idea the Tribal log he designed in the early 1970s would become so widely spread.

Personal growth continues to reign with princess contest winners

Two young Native American women will experience a crowning moment on Aug. 4 as they are chosen to be princesses in separate competitions.

Caucus committee selected; voter registration cards to be issued after Sept. 10

A caucus committee has been selected by Tribal Council as part of the process for the Nov. 6 general election which will also include the implementation of Saginaw Chippewa voter registration cards.

Cultural celebration steeped in tradition; 17th Annual Little Elk's Retreat Powwow set

It’s viewed as a time to share in the traditions of the people and also an opportunity to honor of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe’s most respected cultural leaders.