The Citizen Potawatomi Nation recently celebrated an important milestone in the fight against COVID-19. The tribe administered its 10,000th dose of the vaccine Friday, March 26.
In 1991, the National Herb Association designated the first week of May as a celebration of herbs and all that they do. Each year, the association selects an herb to highlight. For 2021, parsley receives the spotlight.
CPN Health Services’ expansions over the last decade include medical professionals, departments, & services, as evidenced by the increase in patients/visits. Also added: mammography, CT, MRI, optometry, urgent care, physical therapy and more.
In March 2020, CPN’s emergency declaration paved the way for the Tribe and FEMA Region 6’s teamwork. Six medical personnel from the FEMA region served on 60-day deployments to assist with CPN’s mass vaccination efforts.
The CPN House of Hope wants to help bring acknowledgment to the #MMIW movement and educate the community about this plague of violence targeting our Native women and children.
Director James C. Collard, Ph.D. earned the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) recognition after completing courses and meeting requirements issued by Canada’s Forum for International Trade Trading (FITT).
Crafting one-of-a-kind, thoughtful pieces of regalia provides Citizen Potawatomi Nation member Lakota Pochedley encouragement and motivation.
The Government Finance Officers Association awarded the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Accounting Department the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the 32nd year in a row in December 2020.
Understanding the benefits of homeownership can help make the decision easy. First National Bank & Trust Co. is here to assist Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal members across the United States with becoming homeowners.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation member Justin Swarb sought to fulfill his desire to see the world when he enrolled in the military right out of high school.