Tribal Observer Issue: June 15, 2002
Several Saginaw Chippewa breast cancer survivors have participated in the production of a calendar promoting early detection as the best prevention.
It’s an annual event that honors Tribal members for academic excellence with their higher education studies.
To help gather the membership’s opinion on issues regarding possible changes to the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan Constitution, a community survey has been distributed to adult members representing all three districts.
It was kind of an awkward beginning for the Tribal Council regular session on June 4 when Chief Maynard Kahgegab Jr. made a simple comment before swearing in Bernie Sprague as a representative.
Policy changes at the Nimkee pharmacy, discussion on an adult tobacco survey and initiating contact with Bay Mills Community College about the possibility of a charter school were discussed at the Tribal Council during their June 4 regular session.