October 14, 2011 –
The staff in the Human Resources Department held a bake sale this morning at the Government Center to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From left to right are Priscilla Martin, Shanna Smith, Monique Liesmann, Cherie Jim, Jillena Knoxsah, and Donna Valdivia-Wofford.
Jim Garcia makes a purchase from Monique Liesmann.
The Potawatomi Fire Department supported Fire Prevention Week and on Tuesday the Early Education Childhood Center scheduled classes to come to the station for a tour.
Fire trucks and other equipment were on display.
In the photo above, infrastructure and maintenance directors held a meeting with tribal operations leaders in the We-Ta-Se building conference room. Tribal program meetings are held weekly to share information and concerns.
The Language House that is located on 158 Rd. The house is used for language classes and cultural activities in conjunction with the department’s space located in the Fire keepers Elder Center basement.
On the back nine of the Firekeeper Golf Course.
A Monarch butterfly and some other insects enjoying some of the wild flowers that are on the golf course.
Tribal member Lester Arnold was found painting a sign on one of the store fronts in downtown Mayetta, Kan. this week.