Monday, July 1, 2013

Cherokee Nation Newsletter

Cherokee Nation Newsletter


Applications for the 2013 Clothing Support Program that helps families
purchase new school clothes will be available starting July 1. All
children applying for the gift cards must be Cherokee citizens and
living within the 14-county tribal jurisdiction, as well as meet
income guidelines. The hours are 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. at these locations:

July 01 –Salina Middle School cafeteria

July 02 –Claremore High School cafeteria

July 08 –Collinsville High School cafeteria

July 09 – Bartlesville community center

July 12 –Nowata High School commons area

July 15 –Stilwell High School cafeteria

July 18 –Sallisaw High School cafeteria

July 19 –Fort Gibson High School main cafeteria

July 22 –Vinita High School cafeteria

July 25 – Jay community center

July 26 & 30 – Tahlequah, Sequoyah Schools’ The Place Where They
Play upper level

For more information on income guidelines or other eligibility
requirements, please call Cherokee Nation Office of Child Support
Services at 918-453-4980.

Attention college-bound Cherokees! The Housing Authority of the
Cherokee Nation will be accepting college housing applications July
1-15. The application can be downloaded here

Planning is underway for the 61st annual Cherokee National Holiday!
Visitors from the world over will come to Tahlequah to join family and
friends in celebrating our culture, our history and our future over
Labor Day weekend. Visit the holiday webpage
 for more information, schedules, applications for the various
competitions and more.

 Sequoyah seniors attend Naval Academy Summer Seminar
 – 07/01/2013

Two Sequoyah High School students with affinities for the military and
engineering were given the opportunity to attend the U.S. Naval
Academy Summer Seminar, a prestigious camp for students looking at
attending the academy after high school.

Sallisaw company hiring more through grant
 – 06/28/2013

More Cherokee citizens are working at Cellofoam North America Inc.
thanks to a partnership with Cherokee Nation’s Career Services that
assists the company with an on-the-job training grant.

Cherokee Nation donates funds
 – 06/28/2013

The Cherokee Nation donated nearly $82,000 to the Cherokee County Boys
& Girls Club on Thursday as part of a nearly $200,000 total donation
to eight organizations in Indian Country.

Cherokee families receive keys to new homes in Fairfield
 – 06/27/2013

Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Deputy Chief Joe Crittenden
presented keys to the newest homeowners under the Cherokee Nation’s
New Home Construction Program in the Fairfield Community of Stilwell
on June 20.

Cherokee Nation accepting clothing voucher applications
– 06/27/2013

Applications for the 2013 Clothing Support Program that helps families
purchase new school clothes will be available starting July 1.

Cherokee Nation issues statement on U.S. Supreme Court decision on
Adoptive Parents vs. Baby Girl
 – 06/25/2013

Cherokee Nation P.O. Box 948 Tahlequah, OK 74465

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