Minors Fund Update submitted by the EBCI Office of Budget & Finance
Sept. 5 at 5:30pm at the Cherokee Cancer Support House at 40 Goose Creek Road (located behind Jenkins Store). Info: 497-0788
Sept. 19 from 11am -2 pm at the Sequoyah Fund offices in the Ginger Lynn Welch Complex. This seminar will cover basic employment laws and regulations, how to deal with employees fairly and legally, what you need to know when hiring employees, and how to get your ducks in a row should you need to […]
Haze Lynn Ayen – obituary
Aug. 26-28 at Bethabara Baptist Church. Guest Pastor is Mike Holcomb with different singers each night. Everyone is welcome. Need a ride? Call 269-6335
Spero M. Manson, the Distinguished Professor of Public Health and Psychiatry and head of the Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health at the University of Colorado at Denver, will deliver Western Carolina University’s annual public lecture in native health on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
8TH ANNUAL SEQUOYAH CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT The 8th Annual Sequoyah Classic was held last week on Aug. 22-23. A total of 186 golfers competed for prizes provided by NIKE. The golfers enjoyed two days of great weather and fierce competition. For those in the community that were able to attend, we hope you had a […]
We would like to thank Michell Hicks, Larry Blythe, al the Council members, the fire department, Qualla Housing, HCD department, the power company, the water department, Cherokee St. Rodders, Marsha Ensley, Loretta Kirby, Fonze McCoy, Beverly Bennett, Michael Wilnoty, Tiny Taylor, Omer Buchanan Sr, Omer Buchanan Jr, Allen Groenwald, Jack Beckner, Jim Lambert, OD Swaney, […]
I want to thank the Yogi Crowe Memorial Scholarship Fund for awarding me financial aid for this fall semester. I am a graduate student at Western Carolina University studying American History with an emphasis in Cherokee Studies. I will be finishing my last semester as a graduate student this fall and the Yogi Crowe scholarship […]
Aug. 31 at the Robbinsville Masonic Lodge No. 672 in Robbinsville. Sign in 8am-9:30am. Start 10am. $40 per team. All proceeds go to Masonic Home for Children at Oxford (formerly known as Oxford Orphanage). Payout: 1st place – 30 percent of entries, 2nd place – 20 percent paid out by non-Masonic tournament organizers. Non-Masonic organizers […]
TERO is the Tribe’s Indian preference program. Are you looking for a job? TERO helps enrolled members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and other federally-recognized Tribes, spouses of enrolled members and parents of minor enrolled children find employment. If you qualify, come by the office and turn in an intake form. If you […]
The Tuscola Mountaineers won 56-0 over the Cherokee Braves at Ray Kinsland Stadium on Friday, Aug. 23.
The Asheville Tourists held “Cherokee Day” during their game at McCormick Field on Saturday, Aug. 24.