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Yearly Archive: 2022

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Memorial Day Holiday Extension May 30 & May 31, 2022

Tribal Government Center and surrounding buildings will be observing the Memorial Day holiday on May 30 & May 31, 2022. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please have a safe and wonderful extended Memorial Day weekend. Memorial day vector created by freepik – www.freepik.com

Chippewa Federation Meeting

The St Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin will be hosting the Chippewa Federation meeting this Thursday May 26, 2022 at the St Croix Casino – Turtle Lake (Event center). The meeting will begin at 9:00am and will end at 3:00PM. Our elders, adults & youth are welcome to attend and listen to the tribal leaders discuss important issues affecting all of us. The agenda has a time for questions or comments from our youth and elders. Please join us if […]

Education Fundraiser

We are having a family day on Monday, June 6 and 7th; 10-6pm. Also doing a mini fundraiser on Monday the 6th! Check out the flyers!  

Diabetic Support Group

Diabetic Support Group Once a month Support Group to help you get your diabetes in check and on track! June 2, 2022 – St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Sand Lake 11:00-12:00. June 16, 2022 – Round Lake Community Center 11:00-12:00. June Topic: Diabetic Garden, Gardening Benefits, Low-Carb, Vegetable, Plant Starter Plants for Diabetic Garden and Fresh Recipe Sample.

Family Fun Days – First Week Of Summer Sign Ups

Join the Education Staff in celebrating summer. First week of summer YES applications, First Come First Serve Boundary Waters Canoe Trip Sign up, TRAILS CAMP Sign up, LITTLE LEAGUE SUMMER COLLEGE COURSE LAST DAY REGISTRATION TRANSFER ADVISING FOR ALL YOU WHO HAVE BEEN WANTING TO SEEK A BACHELORS DEGREE. BRING ALL YOUR TRANSCRIPTS!!!!!!!!! LEARN ABOUT FALL CLASSES ZOOM from UWEC/BC

Respecting Relationships

Mutual Respect is a vital element of a healthy relationship. Those who exhibit disrespectful behaviour patterns toward others (like harsh or belittling language, ignoring boundaries or using controlling behaviour) often struggle to maintain positive relationships. the good news is that everyone can improve upon how they treat loved ones.