The May 2019 Citizen Potawatomi Nation Veterans Organization Report discusses shoulder surgery for veterans.
Bozho, It finally happened. The Vietnam-era CPN Veterans Banquet was well attended on 26 September 2015 at the Grand Casino Hotel Resort in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Treasurer David Barrett was our master of ceremonies, and he did a masterful job. Tribal Chairman John A. Barrett Vice-Chairman Linda Capps addressed the veterans being honored, with the vice-chairman Read More »
Bozho, An issue that is of primary concern in the U.S. at this time, other than the 2016 election, is the care of our country’s warriors. The Office of Warrior Care Policy offers access to several benefits and services, including compensation, caregiver support and care management, that can provide assistance to wounded, ill, and injured Read More »
Bozho, At our last CPN Veterans Organization meeting we made some historic advancements in updating our bylaws. First, change in the bylaws is one that has been discussed for several years and affects many CPN members and their spouses. The change was proposed and passed unanimouslyto allow veteran spouses of CPN members to join the Read More »
Bozho, Attention veterans: the Department of Veterans Affairs is announcing four new studies that will use genetic and other data from VA’s Million Veteran Program, or MVP, to answer key questions on heart disease, kidney disease, and substance abuse (high priority conditions affecting veterans). More than 390,000 veterans have enrolled so far, and is becomingthe Read More »