Tribal Observer Issue: April 16, 2002
Ziibiwing Cultural Society officials are inviting Native artists to participate in the Third Annual Indigenous Peoples Art Market on Oct. 11-13 at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort.
Tribal Council approved a change in the per capita policy on Feb. 22 which allows members to increase their federal tax withholding.
The Leaton Road sign at Sagamok Shell has an optimistic message posted for those who are anticipating the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s latest business endeavor:
“Coming soon A & W.”
About 500 Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan members have failed to return their annual reports to the Tribal Clerk’s Office with a May 4 deadline nearing.
Diabetes education and prevention efforts were promoted by the Nimkee Memorial Wellness Center staff during the Second Annual Diabetes Expo on April 9 at the Soaring Eagle Ballroom.
The Saginaw Chippewa Parks & Recreation staff is looking for Tribal athletes between the ages of 8 and 18.
Creating a partnership for maximum school safety has local community members implementing an emergency response program on the Isabella Reservation.
A tip hot line has been established so community members can alert Tribal Police to illegal or suspicous activities on the Isabella Reservation.