Treating the domestic violence pandemic

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month. More than 12 million people each year are affected by violence from a spouse or partner, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Simpson’s summer with the Smithsonian

As an anthropology major, Tribal member Katie Simpson loves museums and teaching others about underrepresented cultures. This summer, she worked as an intern for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in NYC.

“Chief” Kahdot — a real Cleveland Indian

Citizen Potawatomi tribal member Isaac “Ike” Kahdot made his first appearance with Cleveland’s MLB team on Sept. 5, 1922, against the St. Louis Browns, and in 1993, was the oldest living Cleveland player at the age of 91 until his passing in 1999.

Veterans report: October 2021

The CPN Veterans Organization shares information on services and news regarding nonprofit organizations as well as upcoming color guard presentations and organization meetings.

Luxurious relaxation

The Grand Spa’s talented, knowledgeable staff are ready to help clients relax, offering facials, massages, body wraps, waxing, manicures, pedicures and more.

CPN Health Services fall 2021 COVID-19 update

George A. Vascellaro, D.O. – Chief Medical Officer for Citizen Potawatomi Nation Health Services and board-certified Osteopath gives an update on CPNHS and the coronavirus pandemic in fall 2021.

To the rescue

In addition to providing a home for some of the Potawatomi peoples’ most sacred animals, the CPN Eagle Aviary staff also protects and nurtures other creatures by responding to animal emergencies across the Nation’s jurisdiction and partnering with the WildCare Foundation in Noble, Oklahoma.