March 2019 community meetings

BY STAFF REPORTS
03/02/2019 02:00 PM
March 4
Lost City Community Organization
6 p.m.

Native American Association of Ketchum
280 East Gregory, Ketchum
6:30 p.m.

Belfonte
Call Sallie Sevenstar at 918-427-4237
6:30 p.m.

Marble City Community Organization
MCCO Building
7 p.m.

Eucha Indian Fellowship
Eucha Community Building
8 p.m.

March 5
Vian Peace Center
604 W. Schley
5:30 p.m.

Muldrow Cherokee Community Organization
MCCO Building
Call Timothy Laney at 918-427-5440
6 p.m.

Brushy Cherokee Action Association
465406 E 1010 Road
Call Gary Bolin 918-775-6914
6 p.m.

Tulsa Cherokee Community Organization
Call 805-551-6445
tulsacherokees@gmail.com
6:30 p.m.

One Fire Association
Kenwood Community Building
emmahayes87@yahoo.com
7 p.m.

March 7
Greasy Fellowship Community Organization
Greasy Community Building
7 p.m.

Washington County Cherokee Association
300 E. Angus Ave., Dewey
Call Ann Sheldon at 918-333-5632
7 p.m.

March 10
Rogers County Cherokee Association
15488 East 523 Road, Claremore
Cherokee Nation Heirloom Seeds with Feather Smith-Trevino
Contact: rogerscountygwys@gmail.com
Call 539-777-2898

March 11
Rocky Mountain Cherokee Community Organization
Call Vicki McLemore at 918-696-4965
6 p.m.

Brent Community Association
461914 Hwy. 141, Gans
Call 918-774-0655
brentcomm@live.com
6 p.m.

Fairfield Community Organization, Inc.
Call Jeff Simpson at 918-605-0839
6:30 p.m.

Marble City Pantry
Call Clifton Pettit at 918-775-5975
7 p.m.

Oak Hill/Piney
Call Dude Feather at 918-235-2811
7 p.m.

March 12
No-We-Ta Cherokee Community
1003 Lenape Drive, Nowata
Call Carol Sonenberg at 918-273-5536
6:30 p.m.

Victory Cherokee Organization
1025 N. 12th St. Collinsville
Call Ed Phillips at 918-371-6688
victorycherokee@att.net
7 p.m.

March 14
Stilwell Public Library Friends Society
5 N. 6th St., Stilwell
Call Grace Ferris at 918-315-4279
5 p.m.

Native American Fellowship Inc.
215 Oklahoma St., South Coffeyville
Call Bill Davis at 620-252-8883
6 p.m.

Adair County Resource Center
110 S. 2nd St., Stilwell
6:30 p.m.

Okay Senior Citizens, Inc.
Okay Senior Building, 3701 E. 75th Street
7 p.m.

Lyons Switch
Call Karen Fourkiller at 918-696-2354
7 p.m.

March 18
Neighborhood Association of Chewey
Chewey Community Building
7 p.m.

March 21
Tri-County (W.E.B.) Association
J.R.’s Country Auction
6 p.m.

Orchard Road Community Outreach (Stilwell)
Turning Point Office
6 p.m.

March 25
Christie
Call Shelia Rector at 918-778-3423
7 p.m.

March 26
Dry Creek
Call Shawna Ballou at 918-457-5023
7 p.m.

Tuesdays
Veterans Affairs representatives
Cherokee Nation Veterans Center
Tahlequah, Okla. 918-772-4166 or 918-453-5695
The Veterans Center will host VA reps for all veterans to speak to from 9 a.m. to 3 pm.

Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Marble City Nutrition Center
711 N. Main
Marble City, Okla. 918-775-2158
The Marble City Nutrition Center serves hot meals at the Marble City Community Center at 11:30 a.m. Meals are free to anyone over 50, but a small donation is suggested to help with the expense of the program. Gather for fellowship and friendship. Volunteers welcome.

First Friday of every month
Concho Community Building
Concho, Okla. 405-422-7622
The Indian Art Market invites all Indian artist to come and sell/share their work.

Year Round
Will Rogers Memorial Museum
Claremore, Okla. 918-341-0719
The museum honors the Cherokee cowboy, movie start, writer and humorist from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with nine galleries, three theaters and a special children’s museum. Closed on Monday and Tuesday from Nov. 11 through February.

News

BY STAFF REPORTS
07/21/2019 10:44 PM
The tribe honors two from t...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
07/19/2019 03:16 PM
TULSA, Okla. (AP) – The leaders of five of Oklahoma’s most powerful tribal nations have approved a resolution denouncing the new Republican governor’s plan to force negotiations for a bigger slice of revenue from Oklahoma’s tribal casinos.

The Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tri...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
07/19/2019 03:13 PM
TULSA (AP) – The number of Oklahoma earthquakes registering a magnitude of 3.0 or greater is on pace to decline for the fourth straight year after state regulators began directing oil and natural gas producers to close some wells and reduce injection volumes in others.

The ...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
07/18/2019 08:40 AM
Among laws the measure would repeal is one that allo...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
07/18/2019 08:39 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The inaugural committee for Oklahoma’s new Republican governor spent more than $2.4 million on inauguration festivities to launch his first term i...

BY STAFF REPORTS
07/17/2019 04:18 PM
First-language Cherokee speakers from...