February 27, 2017

CPN Veterans report: February 2017

Bozho, A new year is well underway and the CPN Veterans Organization has lots of expectations for this year. I think I’m ready for the changes to come, but only […]
February 24, 2017

Rekindling 7 Generations update: February 2017

For the month of December, Rekindling 7 Generations Youth stayed busy with our monthly traditional arts and skills groups, boys’ drumming circle, and girls’ talking circle.  Over winter break, new […]
February 23, 2017

Elders pharmacy program offers cost savings

Rising drug costs have often been cited as a major hurdle to affordable healthcare options for Americans. The impact can be more severe than consumers simply trying to save money for […]
February 22, 2017

FireLodge Tribal Youth update: February 2017

For a short month, February 2017 packs a big punch of events for the PLACE. For the second year in a row we start back the girls-to-women and the boys-to-men […]
February 21, 2017

Heritage center is more than a museum

Citizen Potawatomi Nation cut the ribbon for its first cultural heritage center in January 2006 and it has been growing, changing and adapting to challenges ever since. Before the current structure […]
February 20, 2017

CPN Department of Education update: February 2017

CPN-SGU Tribal Development Scholarship Update  After completing a full year of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation-St. Gregory’s University Tribal Development Scholarship, the CPN Department of Education staff had a chance to sit down […]
February 17, 2017

Wadasé update: February 2017

  Winter has already given us record setting low temperatures in many areas of the state and all-time record highs for the season, all in the same week. A reminder […]
February 16, 2017

Thomas’ PLP experience follows her around the globe

Megan Thomas – a member of the Melot family – was a participant of the Potawatomi Leadership Program in 2006 and returned as an intern for the public information department in […]
February 15, 2017

Q&A with CPN Health Services’ Destiny R. Mitchell

Along with expanding services for Native Americans, tribal employees and non-Native spouses of CPN tribal members, the staff at CPN Health Services seems to be in a continuing state of expansion just […]