This is a reminder to save all your receipts. Social Security will be in Cherokee to pick them up on Tuesday, June 17 from 8am – 4pm (closed for lunch from 12-12:45pm). All receipts will be accepted at the Public Health & Human Services SHIP Office. SSI recipients who still need to show receipts for […]
The Galaxy of Stars Series at Western Carolina University will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a lineup highlighted by a return engagement of country-western icons Riders in the Sky, a Grammy Award-winning group that performed during the inaugural season of the series.
The Family of Harold B. (Rock) Morgan would like to express our appreciation for all the acts of kindness during the loss of a husband, daddy, grandpa, brother-n-law, and friend. Thanks to our immediate family and to those that came by our home and those that went to the funeral home, we truly love and […]
Cherokee Boys Club Report – week of May 8
Ric Bird, an EBCI tribal member, opened his first Smoke Shop in Cherokee on Oct. 1, 2010. Since that time, his stores have contributed over $636,000 to tribal levy, and this past year alone, his two stores contributed over $225,000. He opened his third store, this one located in the Saunooke Village off of Big Cove Road, on Friday, May 2.
Siyo, Nigada! Hello everyone! My reign thus far has been very busy and very exciting. This winter, I represented our Tribe at many local events, parades, state and federal events. I am very grateful for the opportunities that I have been given and feel very blessed!
May 15-18 at the KOA Campground. Registration begins May 15 at 12pm. Registration is $45/person and includes a campsite and meals for Friday and Saturday. Activities include talking circles, campfire meeting, sobriety walk, sobriety powwow, AA speakers and a lot more. Free to enrolled members; bring your enrollment card for admission. Info: 736-7510
By SHEENA BRINGS PLENTY (Yield: About 6 cakes, 2 inches wide and 3 inches tall.) I’m baaaaack!! HaHa! It has been quite a while since my last article for the One Feather, and I’m happy to be back to writing them!! I am going to try to do themed articles based on the holidays […]
Looking for girls 7 and 8 to play softball in the upcoming NAYO Tournament July 18-19 in Cherokee. If you’re interested, contact Carrah Swimmer 788-2099 or Carrah.email@example.com
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is teaming up with the Balsam Mountain Trust for a third year to present a special program, Birds of Prey, at the Oconaluftee Multipurpose Room on Friday, May 9. Michael Skinner, Executive Director of the Balsam Mountain Trust, will conduct an hour-long Birds of Prey program beginning at 1:00 p.m. […]
If you are or know of an EBCI tribal member graduating from high school who doesn’t live in the immediate western North Carolina area, we’d like to have their graduation photo and name sent to us for inclusion in an EBCI graduate section for the May 29 issue. We are in contact with the following […]
Per the EBCI HR Department: The Personnel Policy Review Committee is canvassing Tribal Employees for feedback regarding the E.B.C.I Personnel Policy; employees may use this opportunity to suggest changes to the existing policy. Attached is a blank employee comment form in which you can submit suggestions/ comments/ feedback regarding the current Personnel Policy and acknowledgment […]
May 6 from 11am – 1:30pm and 4pm – until at the Frontier Pancake House. Indian Dinner buffet w/drink $10. Proceeds will go towards medical expenses. Take-out orders, call 497-1542.
CULLOWHEE – Artists and craftspeople are being sought to participate in the 40th annual Mountain Heritage Day, Western Carolina University’s annual fall festival of traditional Appalachian culture. Mountain Heritage Day will be held Saturday, Sept. 27, on the WCU campus in Cullowhee – always the last Saturday of the month. The festival typically attracts more […]
Bree Smith, a member of the Cherokee Lady Braves softball team for four years, signed a letter of intent on Monday, April 28 to play softball next season at Haskell Indian Nations University.
May 17 at Swain County Rec. Center in Bryson City. Doors open at 5pm, bout starts at 6pm. Smoky Mountain Roller Girls vs. URGE (Upstate Roller Girl Evolution). $5 at brownpapertickets.com, $7 at door, 7 and under are free. This is a benefit for the Cherokee Children’s Home and Hawthorne Heights. Info: www.smokymountainrollergirls.com
Cherokee Middle School will receive a small amount of every Atlanta Dream ticket purchased through this promotion, and tickets are at a discounted rate. Type in: https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/wnbaatlanta/EN/link/promotion/home/d1fcd92b783d715a9673f6c41986dae5ac499f25 , promo code: Cherokee or call (678) 510-7389. This offer lasts through the entire 2014 Atlanta Dream season. May 30 is Native American Heritage Night. Don’t miss Shoni […]