Monthly Archives: October 2014

Happy Halloween Photos

October 31, 2014 – Early Childhood Education Center parade at Boys & Girls Club Thursday morning. In the afternoon Early Childhood Education Center trick or treaters visited the Elder Center The Elder Center also had a party Preparing for Trunk or Treat … Continue reading

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Facts About Ebola From the Indian Health Service

October 29, 2014 –

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PBPN Registers Over 100 New Voters

Paula Hopkins with voter registrations October 28, 2014 –   (MAYETTA) This election year in Kansas Native Americans on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation have decided that they are going to try and make a change.  Through a “Get Out … Continue reading

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Tribal Council Attends Proclamation Signing at Capitol

October 24, 2014 – Governor Sam Brownback signed a proclamation Oct. 24 at the Capitol that proclaims November as Native American Heritage Month.  With him in the photograph are (left to right) Stephen Prue (Haskell Indian Nations University), Tony Fee … Continue reading

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National Congress of American Indians Annual Convention Coming Up

October 24, 2014 – WASHINGTON – On Monday, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy will give remarks at the National Congress of American Indians Annual Convention in Atlanta, GA. The Administrator will focus on the Obama Administration’s commitment to strengthen our government-to-government … Continue reading

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VOTE ON NOV. 4 OR IN ADVANCE!

October 23, 2014 –   A “Get Out the Native Vote” potluck was held at the Bingo Hall where people the age of 18 or older could register.  Overall, there were 102 new registered voters that signed up for the Nov. 4 … Continue reading

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Fall on the Rez

October 21, 2014 –

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Hope Adame Wins National Head Start Administrator of the Year

Hope Adame (center) at Childcare Pow-wow last spring. October 20, 2014 – (MAYETTA) Hope Adame, director of the PBPN Early Childhood Education Center, has been named the National Administrator of the Year by the National Head Start Association. She was … Continue reading

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Splatters That Matter Held

October 16, 2014 – MAYETTA:   Last Saturday night Splatters That Matter was held to  call attention to ending domestic violence.  The Tribal Victim Services program sponsored the art marathon at the Bingo Hall (16281 Q Rd) where  kids and families came together to paint … Continue reading

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Potawatomi Tribal Fire Department Holds Propane Emergency Training

October 15, 2014 –   Firefighters from the Potawatomi Tribal Fire Department and Delia Fire Department participated in a simulated training on handling propane emergencies last Friday.   (MAYETTA) In its continuing effort of learning and practicing fire safety, the … Continue reading

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