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St. Croix Tribal Community Survey Now Available to Tribal Community Members In an effort to understand the challenges of Tribal Communities, as well as member priorities, barriers to services, education and employment concerns, we are asking that Tribal Community Members complete the attached Survey. This important project will provide up-to date, accurate information about the characteristics, needs and priorities of the Tribal Community. Tribal leadership will use the data to inform strategic planning and prioritize community needs and concerns in […]
We are excited to have Smile Dayz once again this year! Smile Dayz is a fun event offered for children 0-18 years old with a birthday party like atmosphere. Appointments can be made and walk-ins are always welcome. During this event we do a quick five minute dental screening to look for cavities, provide fluoride treatment, education, and set up appointments for treatment if needed. If treatment such as fillings are needed we have some appointments reserved over the summer […]
In an effort to conduct the safest 2021 General Meetings possible, and comply with the safety guidelines for COVID-19, the 2021 St. Croix Tribal Election Board has voted to impose a limit on in-person attendees on “Count Night” which will occur on June 12, 2021, in the Tribal Center Gymnasium, from roughly 7:00pm until finished.
Please check out the attachment with information on recycling. Every little bit helps, but if you are not recycling properly the effort is wasted and the items will go to the trash when sorted. Recycle and give these items a second life!
On November 23, 2020 the St. Croix Tribe broke ground on a new Traditional Medicine Building in the community of Big Sand Lake, Hertel WI. This new facility will be located on the former site of the Elder’s Nutrition Building on Angeline Ave,a sacred and significant location, overlooking Big Sand Lake. This location was selected based on its historical significance to the St. Croix Tribe and its position in the community. The Traditional Medicine Building will provide tribal community members […]