There has been some easing of restrictions, but the threat is still present and real. Taking precautions is the best way to fight this pandemic affliction. Be aware! Here are a few “myths vs. facts” that might help your decision-making.
The CPN Veterans Organization discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and updates on coming meetings.
The CPN Veterans Organization had one of the best Christmas/Thanksgiving dinners that we have had in several years.
The December 2019 CPN Veterans Report discusses the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the meaning behind their march.
The November 2019 CPN Veterans report discusses the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Millions Veteran Program and National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Bozho(Hello), A 1968 Ford Mustang will be on the auction block on June 15 at the OK Classic Auction at FireLake Arena along with appropriately 100 other muscle and classic cars and memorabilia. All proceeds for the sale of the Mustang will be donated to the CPN Veterans and tax deductible to the high bidder. Read More »
This episode includes stories from a Potawatomi elder devoted to music and someone who uses a special connection with the earth to carry on traditions. An employee at the CPN Cultural Heritage Center also discusses how to better research family lineage.
The April 2019 CPN Veterans Organization update.
March 2019 CPN Veterans Organization report.
Bozho, The CPN Veterans Organization had a very productive 2015, and 2016 promises to be a good year as well. On 14 December 2015 a webinar was aired titled “An Overview of PTSD and Treatment Perspectives AmongNative American Veterans.” Native scholar and tribal veteran Greg Urquhart facilitated this program which was recorded, archived and can Read More »