A look at John Anderson, Citizen Potawatomi banker

Born June 16, 1927, John V. Anderson grew up in Choctaw, Oklahoma during the Great Depression. At the age of 17, his father signed the papers that allowed John to enlist in the Navy. He served as a seaman on the USS Siboney from June 1945 until August 1946. Upon ending his tour of duty with Read More »

CPN Education update: July 2017

Recently, St. Gregory’s University approved the Master’s in Business Administration in Tribal Enterprise Management. A group from the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and SGU have   worked tirelessly to develop this tribally-focused MBA, and we are pleased to announce that SGU will launch their first group of students through this program in the fall of this Read More »

$10k CPN donation helps provide Tecumseh P.D. active shooter protection

Tecumseh’s finest will have one more line of protection should the worst happen thanks to a $10,000 contribution from the Citizen Potawatomi Nation to the police department. In 2016 the tribe donated $5,000 to the Tecumseh Police Department for the purchase of active shooter kits and followed up in May 2017 with another $5,000. Active shooter kits are bullet proof vests and Kevlar helmets designed to protect Read More »