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Sault Tribe Tribal Action Plan Wellbriety meeting takes place Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Shedawin Building, 2158 Shunk Road, in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. The Wellbriety recovery support group is a 12-step recovery group in the Native American way. For more details, contact Sault Tribe Behavioral Health at 906‑635‑6075.

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Grondin Retirement Notice 1Sault Tribe Law Enforcement is hosting a community retirement celebration Aug. 1 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Kewadin Shores Casino Event Center to honor the 34-plus years of service that Sergeant Daniel Grondin has provided to Sault Tribe’s communities, mostly in the St. Ignace/Mackinac County area. Everyone is welcome! Finger foods and refreshments will be served.

Congratulations Sergeant Grondin! Sault Tribe Law Enforcement and your community thanks you!

Sault Tribe Law Enforcement’s Licensing Office will be closed on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019 from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. so that all staff may attend the retirement celebration for Sergeant Daniel Grondin in St. Ignace.

Children age 2 to 17 years of age (that meet the height requirements and are still in school) will receive a FREE WRIST BAND on Aug, 15, 2019 during Native American Day at the Upper Peninsula Escanaba Fair!

Parents must call or text to pre-register by Aug, 11, 2019 by 5 p.m. Proof of tribal enrollment is required. Each child must be present to receive their wrist band.

Wrist bands will be available for pick up on Aug. 15, 2019 between 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. at the fairgrounds picnic sitting area; by the Ruth Butler Building. Look for Sault Tribe flag hanging on pop-up tent.

Unit IV: Please call or text: Darcy Morrow at 906‑298‑1888 or Denise Chase at 906‑203‑2471 with children’s name, age, city they reside in and parent’s name.
 
Unit II: Please call or text: Lana Causley at 906‑322‑3818 or Catherine Hollowell at 906‑430‑5551 with children’s name, age, city they reside in and parent’s name. Leave a message if necessary.

Saturday, Sept. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Environmental Department
206 Greenough St. – Sault Ste. Marie

The Sault Tribe Environmental Department invites you to join them for an afternoon of activities, awareness and celebration, rain or shine. This family friendly event is open to all ages and has no cost to attend. Some of this year’s activities will be:
• Gift baskets and giveaways
• Informational booths from environmental and conservation groups in our area
• Games and activities for children of all ages
• Informational workshops on various Fall Harvesting/Winter Preparation
• Rain barrel demonstration/building

For more information on this event please contact the Environmental Department at 906‑632‑5575.

Newberry Sault Tribe Powwow, Sept. 14, Newberry Tribal Center, 4935 Zee Ba Tik Lane.  

Grand entry at 12 p.m., community feast 4 p.m.

MC: Josh Homminga
Arena Director: Bud Biron
Head Veteran: Nick VanAlstine
Head Male Dancer: Abe Bouschor
Head Female Dancer: Jackie Minton
Head Youth Dancer: TBD
Fire Keeper: Andrew Causley
Spiritual Helper: John Causley Jr.
Host Drum: Mukwa Giizhik
Co-Host: Mission Krik

For more information call: Catherine Hollowell at 906‑430‑5551, Lois Bryant at 906‑293‑8181, Lisa Burnside at 906‑484‑2727 or Lana Causley-Smith at 906‑322‑3818.

No drugs, alcohol, dogs or politics allowed.

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Photo by Ken Bosma / CC BY