Tribal Observer Issue: June 15, 2003
The 16th Annual Michigan Indian Family Olympics is scheduled for July 18 at Mt. Pleasant High School’s Community Memorial Stadium.
The Anishnabe Ogitchedaw Veteran and Warrior Society will be having a representative in their office weekly to help assist veterans with their paperwork who are seeking benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe’s Behavioral Health Department recently received accreditation for another three years from a nationally-recognized organization after meeting a rigid two-day survey.
Tribal Education officials know summer vacation is spelled F-U-N. But they also know learning and social interaction among local youth doesn’t have to end with the school year.
That’s why the Niibing Program is hosting a variety of exciting and educational activities including horseback riding, roller skating, canoeing, bowling and a trip to Michigan’s Adventure.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal member Dustin Davis said the most difficult part of attending college was balancing time between classes and working for the Ziibiwing Cultural Society.
A new beginning for those seeking help with substance abuse problems was ushered in recently with the groundbreaking of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe's residential treatment facility.