Monday, December 16, 2013

Cherokee Nation Newsletters

Cherokee Nation Newsletters

Cherokee Nation

With just nine days until Christmas, the Cherokee Nation is in the holiday spirit. We held a successful open house for the public on December 12 at the W.W. Keeler Complex. More than 200 visitors took photos with Santa, Mrs. Claus and even the Grinch, who made a special guest appearance. Guests were treated to punch and cookies, and more than 50 people registered to vote.
 In that same spirit, Cherokee Nation Businesses donated $20,000 to our Angel Tree program to ensure our youngest citizens have a blessed holiday with warm clothes or new toys this Christmas. Our Angel Tree program helps more than 2,000 Cherokee children annually.
Lastly, if you know of a Cherokee elder who may need some financial assistance with his or her heating bill this winter, the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program is being offered again at the Cherokee Nation. Applications are accepted through Dec. 31. It’s vital that our citizens remain safe and warm during the frigid winter season.
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Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions, a division of Cherokee Nation Businesses, was recently awarded a $40 million contract supporting the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center. CNTS is providing surveillance and analysis of potential global health threats associated with emerging infectious diseases facing the U.S. military and its allies.
The Cherokee Nation is helping its citizens beat the cold by providing heating supplies or helping pay costly heating bills this winter.
Cherokee CRC was recently named Minority Construction Firm of the Year by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency. The company was recognized during the 2013 National Minority Enterprise Development Week for its leadership and commitment in advancing the minority business community.
Cherokee Nation Businesses and its employees are once again helping make the holidays a little brighter for thousands of children in northeast Oklahoma by supporting the Angels of the Cherokee.
The Cherokee Nation is opening its doors from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, for the annual Christmas open house at the W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex in Tahlequah. Visitors are encouraged to bring the whole family, as there will be plenty of fun for the kids and door prizes. Tribal employees will host Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus and are even extending a welcome to the Grinch.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker declared a state of emergency Monday for the Cherokee Nation, which includes all or part of 14-counties in northeast Oklahoma.
“Today we mourn with the entire world on the passing of Nelson Mandela. Few people in the history of mankind have moved and inspired people the way he did.

Principal Chief
Bill John Baker

Cherokee Nation
P.O. Box 948
Tahlequah, OK 74464

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