Cherokee Phoenix to give away TV on Jan. 30

BY STAFF REPORTS
01/01/2020 08:30 AM
Main Cherokee Phoenix
The Cherokee Phoenix is giving away a 50-inch TCL 4K smart TV on Jan. 30 as part of its January subscription drive. COURTESY
TAHLEQUAH – Want to see the Big Game on a big screen? Then enter to win a 50-inch TV from the Cherokee Phoenix by buying or renewing an annual Cherokee Phoenix subscription in January.

The Cherokee Phoenix will give away a TCL 4K smart TV on Jan. 30 as part of a January subscription drive. To enter, buy or renew an annual $15 print subscription until Jan. 29. The newspaper prints twice monthly.

To order, subscribers can pay with a credit/debit card by phone at 918-207-4975, online at cherokeephoenix.org or mail a check or money order to Cherokee Phoenix Subscriptions, P.O. Box 948, Tahlequah, OK. Subscribers who mail payments must include the name, address and CN citizenship ID number, if applicable, of the person who will receive the subscription. The Cherokee Phoenix also accepts in-person subscription purchases in its office at 22210 S. Huckleberry Circle, Room 231 in Tahlequah.

Along with paid subscriptions, those who take advantage of the Cherokee Phoenix’s Elder/Veterans or At-Large subscriptions funds are also entered to win. The Elder/Veterans Fund provides free annual subscriptions to CN citizens who are 65 or older, as well as those who are military veterans or active duty personnel. The At-Large Fund provides free annual subscriptions to CN citizens living outside of the tribe’s jurisdiction in northeast Oklahoma. There are no age requirements for this fund.

The two subscription funds are on a first-come, first-served basis while funding lasts. To subscribe using the two funds, call BJ Frogg at 918-207-4975 or email billy-frogg@cherokee.org.

The drawing will be held live Jan. 30 on the Cherokee Phoenix’s Facebook page.

On Dec. 2, Faye Askew, of Ponca City, won the Cherokee Phoenix’s genealogical report giveaway. Askew had her Cherokee family’s genealogy researched by genealogist David Hampton, who researches the Cherokee genealogies for the cyclists of the Cherokee Nation’s annual “Remember the Removal” Bike Ride.

That drawing had 169 entries from people who subscribed in November as part of Native American Heritage Month.

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