Grand opening for new Community Center
The Wyandotte Nation held a grand opening ceremony for its new $1.2 million Community Center Monday, April 14.
Chief Billy Friend opened the ceremony by addressing the crowd and followed with a traditional smoking ceremony at the Heritage Acres Community Center, located at 14325 Porcupine Rd. in Wyandotte, Okla.
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To view video from the opening ceremony, click here.
Superheroes race to Wyandotte
Athletes from all across the four states area donned their capes and put their super skills to the test Saturday, April 19 at the Wyandotte Nation’s Methamphetamine & Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) Superhero 5K and Bearskin Strongman competition at the Bearskin Healthcare & Wellness Center.
The Superhero 5K and 1 Mile Fun Walk were aimed at having fun while helping raise awareness for suicide and bullying. In addition, participants and spectators had the opportunity to donate pet food to the Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake.
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For race results, visit:http://m1.onlineraceresults.com/race/view_plain_text.php?race_id=38758
To see more photos, visit the Bearskin Healthcare & Wellness Center’s Facebook Page.
To see video of the event, click here.
7th Street Casino’s Stride for Life 5K raises $6,200
KANSAS CITY – 7th Street Casino held its 5th annual “Stride for Life 5k” Saturday April 12 at Pierson Park in support of Due West Therapeutic Riding Center, raising $6,200 during the charity event.
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To see video from the event, click here.
A number of events are coming up in Wyandotte, Okla. and Kansas City. Check them out! Click on the link to find out more.
April 22: Preschool Pow-Wow (Wyandotte)
April 25: 7th Annual Environmental Festival (Wyandotte)
April 26: Town Hall Meeting (Lakewood, Colorado)
June 20-22: Gathering of Little Turtles (Wyandotte)
Sept. 10-13: Culture Days/Annual Meeting (Wyandotte)
Sept. 12-14: 25th Annual Pow-Wow (Wyandotte)
Colorado Town Hall Meeting April 26
The Wyandotte Nation will be hosting a Town Hall meeting for Wyandotte Nation Citizens residing in the state of Colorado Saturday, April 26, beginning at 10 a.m.
This meeting will allow Wyandotte Citizens to meet Chief Billy Friend, 2nd Chief Norman Hildebrand and staff members to learn what the current status is of the Tribe and to ask specific questions. Lunch will be provided after the meeting as well as social time to visit with staff and other Tribal Citizens.
Each enrolled adult (18 and over) Wyandotte Citizen who attends will receive a $50 gift card to assist with the expenses associated with attending the meeting.
The meeting will be held at the Sheraton Denver West, 360 Union Boulevard, in Lakewood, Colo. To contact the hotel, call (720) 963-2018.
Anyone who plans on attending will need to RSVP. The deadline to register is Friday, April 11, 2014. To register, or if you have questions regarding the meeting, contact Dana Butterfield (918) 678-6319 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you there.
25th Annual Wyandotte Pow-Wow
Culture Days, Pow-Wow and Annual Meeting Sept. 10-13
Culture Days, Pow-Wow and Annual Meeting will be here before you know it!
Events are scheduled to begin Wednesday, Sept. 10 and run through Sunday, Sept. 13.
The host motel for the events is Indigo Sky 888-992-SKY1. They have a block of rooms set aside for Wyandotte Nation citizens attending the events. If you are interested in booking rooms please email or call Sherri Clemons (email@example.com
We’re on Facebook!
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The Wyandotte Nation Culture Committee has been working with Dr. Craig Kopris to develop a language revitalization program for our citizens. The committee would like to ask as few questions to better prepare tools that can be used for this purpose. Please click here and help by completing the survey.
Wyandotte Nation Supplemental Healthcare Benefit
For questions about this program please contact Dana Butterfield at x6319 or Tara Gragg at x6355.