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Healthcare open enrollment event takes place at the Sault Tribe Health Center on Monday, Feb. 9. Call 906-635-7483 to schedule appointments.

Who should attend?
• Those with no health coverage.
• Those who need to RENEW their Marketplace plan.
• Those who want to ENROLL in a NEW Marketplace plan.
• Those who have QUESTIONS about their health coverage options.

For coverage effective March 1, 2015, select a plan by Feb. 15, 2015.

CHAC Outreach Event Flyer - Sault Tribe Health Center.pdf

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. — The Michigan DNR is hosting a public meeting Wednesday, Jan. 28, to discuss the pending proposals from Graymont, Inc. for a limestone mine in the U.P. near Rexton. The meeting is scheduled for 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the High School Auditorium at Tahquamenon Area Schools located at 700 Newberry Ave. in Newberry.

Kewadin Casinos busses will transport tribal members from the surrounding community to the public meeting. Please see the schedule at the bottom of the page.

Sault Tribe and many U.P. citizens oppose the sale of 10,000 acres of land near Rexton for the mine. The land sits in the middle of the tribe's 1836 treaty ceded territory and for generations has been used by Native and non-Native hunters alike.

The DNR has made it clear that public involvement is critical and citizen input is vital to making a decision.

At the meeting, DNR staff will provide an overview of Graymont's proposals submitted and details on the recommendation made to DNR Director Keith Creagh. (Six DNR Directors have asked him to deny the sale.) Starting at roughly 6:15 p.m. and ending at 8:30 p.m., the public will have the opportunity to provide both written and oral comments. A summary of all comments will be provided to Creagh, who is scheduled to make a decision on the proposals at the Feb. 12 Natural Resources Commission meeting in Lansing.

BUS SCHEDULE:
Transportation will be available from St. Ignace, Hessel and Sault Ste. Marie. Departure times and locations are as follows:

– St. Ignace Casino with a departure time of 4 p.m.
– Hessel Casino with a departure time of 4 p.m.
– Sault Big Bear with a departure time of 3:10 p.m.

Those members that are interested in transportation can reserve a seat with Jamie AUBE at 906-632-0530 ext. 54770.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. The good news is heart disease is preventable and controllable. Celebrate Heart Health Month with a community Cardiac Health Day on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015, from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Kewadin Shores Casino event tent in St. Ignace. Please join us for guest speakers, informational booths, workshops and vendors. Complimentary appetizers served during lunch and dinner speakers.

This special event features guest speakers Dr. Andrew H. Teklinski, M.D. with a presentation on heart disease prevention; Jeffrey Katke, M.A., LLPC, CVSO, on emotions and heart disease; Dr. Timothy Hoffmann, M.D., on weight loss and heart disease, Dr. Zachary Brian, D.O., on prodromal disease; vendors, information stands and workshops.

HEART MONTH FLYER.pdf

Sault Tribe Child Care currently has openings for ages 0-5 years! Our center offers an educational setting and the classrooms follow a daily schedule along with implementing the Creative Curriculum. Open Monday-Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We are open to the community! Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided! For more information, please contact our office at 906-632-5258.

Wenaboozhoo Indinawemaaganidog!
Greetings my fellow relations!

Join the Sault Tribe Advocacy Resource Center Team this Valentine's Day in being part of a Global Movement to help end violence against women. We will be Rising Up through an upbeat and impactful "Flashmob Dance" to the song "Break the Chain"! Echoing the message that the cycle of violence is a concern for us all as a Tribal Nation and overarching community. Let us rise together, empowered in our bodies and united through dance! The flashmob will take place at Chi Mukwa Arena in the Volleyball Court at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 14. There are approximately three weeks to learn the dance routine and bring it to Big Bear!

To join us, learn the following dance routine on your own through youtube or attend one of our many upcoming practice sessions. The next practice is Monday, Jan. 26 at 2 p.m. at the Sault Tribe Interpretive Center at 521 Ashmun. There will be many more!

Here is a link to the moves-- very simple and do-able for EVERY body:

Choreography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRU1xmBwUeA

Mirrored Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJQvJNfn0kc

See the global movement: http://www.onebillionrising.org/

Listen Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL5N8rSy4CU

For more information or to signup, please call or email Amy McCoy, Community Educator at 906-632-1808 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. This event is open to the community and a family friendly event.

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