Behold our Heritage, Share our Future
Thank you to the St. Croix Tribal Police Department, Burnett County Sheriff’s Office, Siren School District’s Title VI Native American Coordinator Tara Voss, and the School District of Siren students for their donation of handmade tie blankets for Tribal elders.
Tara Voss and students in her Indigenous Arts class made bags full of beautiful, warm blankets and presented them to the Elder Care Department on Monday, December 5th. The Elder Care Department will be bringing them to the December 13th Elder Luncheon in Turtle Lake as raffle prizes for lucky elder attendees! The funding source for the blanket materials was a grant partnership between St. Croix Tribal PD and the Burnett County Sheriff’s Office. THANK YOU!
If interested in learning more about Siren’s Title VI program, click here.
Pictured left to right, back row: Siren students Jerome McGeshick and Josie Taylor, Burnett County Sheriff Tracy Finch, and St. Croix Tribal Police Chief Frank Taylor.
Front row: St. Croix Tribal Elder Care Director Lisa Reynolds and Siren School’s Native American Coordinator Tara Voss.
Tribal Elder Food Boxes will be passed out DECEMBER 16th. This is a change from the flyer below. They will not be passed out on Thursday, December 15th as stated below. They will be arriving and distributed on Friday, December 16th. Community Coordinators are aware. Please inform elders of the change and contact Community Coordinators with any questions.
Native American Heritage Month – Photos from Wanda McFaggen, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO)
Thanks again to the Historic Preservation office for hosting a week of fun events. There were daily trivia questions, as well as painting rocks to look like moccasins and making wind chimes. Below are a few photos of staff who participated in wearing ribbon skirts and moccasins. Prizes were given for all who participated, and grand prizes included a beautiful copper cup won by Suzie Powell, applique tote bag won by Dani Asper, and beaded earrings won by Shaurette Reynolds. Thank you, Wanda and Rachel!
The Round Lake Clinic will be closed Thursday, December 15th due to necessary remodeling to allow for Dental services in the future. We apologize for any inconvenience, and please share with others.
The Pharmacy will be CLOSED Friday, December 23rd – Monday, January 2nd. It will reopen on Tuesday, January 3rd. PLEASE check medication refills and call the pharmacy at ext. 5174 with questions.
Tribal Government Job Openings
Full job descriptions are available by clicking on the job titles. Please contact Tiffany Iorns, [email protected] or ext. 5196, for additional information.
Please spread the word to your friends and family members about our open positions!
Christmas Pow Wow location has changed to the DANBURY CASINO EVENT CENTER.