January 11, 2019

Cultural Heritage Center to expand services, programs in 2019

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Center plans to expand their services and programs in the new year, becoming not just a museum but a community and cultural center.
January 10, 2019

Nonprofit helps relieve economic stress of menstrual hygiene across Indian Country

Citizen Potawatomi Nation District 2 Legislator Eva Marie Carney was inspired to start a nonprofit to supply Native American students with menstrual hygiene products at school to keep them in class while on their period.
January 9, 2019

News around Potawatomi country

Rhinelander, Wisconsin: This year, the Forest County Potawatomi Community begins several initiatives in an effort to combat the opioid epidemic’s impact. FCPC will supplement $450,000 to […]
January 9, 2019

Student loan counseling now available

Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation Consumer Lending Coordinator Tina Pollard recently became a certified student loan counselor. With her expanded ability to provide financial advice to CPN members and employees, Pollard can now help others develop plans to get out of school debt.
January 8, 2019

Put a stop to stalking

Stalking can happen to anyone. Citizen Potawatomi Nation's House of Hope provides assistance to those experiencing domestic violence and stalking.
January 7, 2019

Beginner’s guide to beading on a loom

Native Americans, including Potawatomi, have used beading as an art form long before European contact. Many today adorn their regalia with wonderful patterns and meaningful beaded pieces. It's never too late to learn this beautiful tradition.
January 4, 2019

CPCDC awarded $700k grant for Indian Country businesses

The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund recently awarded $700,000 of the Core Financial Assistance to the Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation.
January 3, 2019

National Save the Eagles Day, January 10

Since being placed on the endangered species list in the early 1970s, the bald eagle population grew under protection. Today they are off the list, and the CPN Eagle Aviary works every day to make sure the important symbol for Potawatomi thrives for future generations.
January 2, 2019

Tribal dietitian makes eating healthy fun

Maggi Gilbert recently joined CPN as a registered dietitian at FireLake Wellness Center. She enjoys her new job that includes patient care, cooking demos and grocery store tours.