February 6 through 10 is Pride in Food Service Week, and the Hownikan talked to chefs, servers, kitchen staff and others who enjoy serving the public and find passion in food across the Nation’s programs and enterprises.
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation serves Native American elders through numerous departments and programs, including Title VI, Workforce & Social Services and the CPN Housing Department.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than five million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease. With such a prevalent disease, CPN Health Services is working to inform both potential patients and family members of those at risk of its signs, treatments and options in dealing with it. On July 29, 2015 at 11 a.m., the Title Read More »
In August 1944, the Second World War was still raging, with Allied forces in France continuing to push east after the D-Day landings in Normandy and American forces seizing Guam back from Japanese control in the Pacific. While the war dragged on and was never far from mind, positive news on the home front was Read More »
Each Wednesday morning, a group of local women meet in the Title VI Elders Program building adjacent to the CPN Wellness Center with sewing on their minds. Officially known as the Wednesday Morning Women’s Circle, participants Doris Brenner, Patty Beeton, Suzie Brendelson, JoAnn Byler, Ida Tuttle, and Laura Oaks are either tribal members or spouses Read More »