No election in 2014
The Election Committee of the Wyandotte Nation has determined that there will be no election of Wyandotte Nation officials for 2014 as no positions were contested. Therefore, it is not necessary to hold an annual election at the Tribe’s annual meeting on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014.
– Rob Nesvold, Chairman Election Committee
11th Annual Wyandotte Nation Culture Days – The Gathering
Make plans today to join us September 11-12 as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Wyandotte Nation Pow Wow. If you cannot attend all days at least come and enjoy a special treat this year on Thursday evening. Wyandotte Nation citizen, from South Carolina, Robert Franklin is firing up his grill and preparing a feast of mega proportions – grilled, smoked, and BBQ pork as only Robert can prepare. It will be a great time to meet old and make new friends, a perfect time to socialize at the Wyandotte Nation Annual Gathering. Following the feast, also on Thursday evening, our good friend Trenton Stand, from the Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma will be leading a stomp dance at our Pow Wow grounds. Everyone is invited – all we ask is that you let us know you are coming. Please register by August 30th at the link provided below. Tizameh!
Click here to register for the 2014 Culture Days – The Gathering.
Deadline extended to Monday, August 25, 2014
Applications must be received in the Enrollment Office by this date to be conisdered for enrollment at the 2014 Annual Meeting. Any application received after this date will be held until the 2015 meeting.
Deadline for Enrollment is Aug. 15, 2014
The Wyandotte Nation will vote in new members/citizens at the Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 13, 2014. In order to be eligible for enrollment at the meeting a complete application must be on file with the Enrollment Office by Friday, August 15, 2014. If you need an application or have questions regarding enrollment please contact the Family Service/Enrollment staff at 918-678-6319 or 918-678-6329.
Indian Trust Settlement
The Garden City Group with the Indian Trust Settlement is seeking out tribal citizens who may be eligible members of this class action law suit. Please check out this link to see if you or family members are listed. This is only a list of those citizens of whom they don’t have good addresses. It is not a complete list of those eligible. www.indiantrust.com/index
A number of events are coming up in Wyandotte, Okla. Check them out! Click on the link to find out more.
Sept. 10-13: Culture Days/Annual Meeting (Wyandotte)
Sept. 12-14: 25th Annual Pow-Wow (Wyandotte)
25th Annual Wyandotte Nation Pow-Wow
Culture Days (The Gathering), 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re on Facebook!
Stay up to date: Visit the Wyandotte Nation Facebook page. Click on the button below and ‘Like Us.’ There you will have the opportunity to connect with fellow Wyandottes, Wyandotte Nation staff, family and friends, as well as see all the latest news, photos and video from various tribe activities.
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.