Tag: 2023

Parents Night May 19, 2023: Water Safety

Parents were invited to join their children for hot dogs and hamburgers with a side of chips, a drink, and a cookie for dessert! This open-house event lets parents fellowship with each other while their kids enjoy playground time. This is a great opportunity for parents to get one-on-one time with their teacher.

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American Indian Citizenship Day – June 2, 2023

American Indian Citizenship Day is observed on June 2. It was on this day in 1924 that the Indian Citizenship Act by Congress granted citizenship to all American Indians born in the U.S. The day celebrates the history, heritage, and culture of American Indian tribes across the country. All the tribes have their own traditions and beliefs. American Indian Citizenship Day celebrates their contribution to the country’s culture and is a reminder of their enduring legacy.

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Observing St. Tammany Day on May 1, 2023

Tammanend or Tammany (loosely translated as “The Affable One”), was a Native American chief of the Lenni-Lenape tribe which resided in the Delaware Valley during the 17th century. It was Tammany who first met with William Penn in 1683 (under the branches of an enormous elm just north of present-day Philadelphia) and agreed to a peace with Pennsylvania’s original Quaker settlers that would last for over a century…

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Join Us On January 19, 2023 For Turquoise Thursday

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) women are nearly twice as likely to develop cervical cancer compared to White women. Cervical cancer can be prevented and is curable if found early. Turquoise Thursday is a national cervical cancer awareness campaign created by AICAF for  AI/AN communities. The aim of Turquoise Thursday is to increase awareness about the importance of cervical cancer screening and encourage all women to stay up to date on cancer screenings. We invite people of all ages to join us in raising awareness of cervical cancer in Indian country by wearing turquoise clothing and/or jewelry and sharing photos on social media using the hashtag #TurquoiseThursday. This is a national campaign on a digital platform so community members are welcome to participate from anywhere!

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01 May
05/01/2023    
All Day
Delaware Nation Offices will be CLOSED Monday, May 1, 2023, in observance of St. Tammany Day.
Child Abuse Walk
05/05/2023    
1:30 am - 3:30 am
Registration outside AOA Building | Hosted by Delaware Nation ICW & CHR
Child Abuse Awareness Walk
Child Abuse Awareness Walk - A Safe Child Is An Empowered Child | Registration will be outside of Delaware Nation AOA Building | Event Hosted By: Delaware Nation ICW & Delaware Nation CHR
08 May
05/08/2023    
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The following cases are scheduled at the District Court of the Delaware Nation at the Delaware Nation complex, Anadarko, Oklahoma, before District Judge Shannon Prescott and the docket shall begin at 10:00 a.m.
11 May
05/11/2023    
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The following case is scheduled at the District Court of the Delaware Nation at the Delaware Nation complex, Anadarko, Oklahoma, before District Judge Shannon Prescott and the docket shall begin at 9:00 a.m.
26 May
05/26/2023    
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Delaware Nation tribal offices will be CLOSED on Monday, May 29, 2023, in honor of Memorial Day. Employees will resume regular office hours on Tuesday, May 30, 2023.
02 Jun
06/02/2023    
All Day
Delaware Nation Offices will be CLOSED Friday, June 2, 2023, in observance of American Indian Citizenship Day.
American Indian Citizenship Day – June 2, 2023
06/02/2023    
All Day
American Indian Citizenship Day is observed on June 2. It was on this day in 1924 that the Indian Citizenship Act by Congress granted citizenship to all American Indians born in the U.S. The day celebrates the history, heritage, and culture of American Indian tribes across the country. All the tribes have their own traditions and beliefs. American Indian Citizenship Day celebrates their contribution to the country’s culture and is a reminder of their enduring legacy.
Events on 05/01/2023
01 May
Events on 05/05/2023
Child Abuse Walk
5 May 23
Anadarko
Child Abuse Awareness Walk
5 May 23
Anadarko
Events on 05/08/2023
08 May
8 May 23
Anadarko
Events on 05/11/2023
11 May
11 May 23
Anadarko
Events on 05/26/2023

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