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Sault Tribe’s services, facilities and postponed events during COVID-19 closure

Untitled 1Due to the continuing rise in COVID-19 cases across the tribe’s seven-county service area, Sault Tribe is implementing operational plans for tribal programs and service area counties that are posted in the information bar below. These plans will help safeguard the health of tribal members and team members while still providing services to the membership. Please take care, wear masks in public spaces, practice social distancing and wash your hands often. Miigwech.

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This is a great opportunity for a federal internship which has the potential to become a fulltime federal job after graduation from college. Everyone should apply, even if they do not see their major on the list in the announcement; this program is flexible. Applicants should be 18 or over and enrolled in college.


United Way hosts month-long reading event

To celebrate 2021 March is Reading Month, United Way of the EUP and its Retired and Senior Volunteer Program are hosting a reading event. Volunteers from the Coast Guard, Lake Superior State University, our very own RSVP Reading Buddies and many more will be recorded reading a children's story. That story will then be posted to our YouTube Channel every day throughout the month of March. These videos will be shared across social media and in our classrooms to help promote reading and literacy in our EUP area. The daily videos can be seen at: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3dxByTTncuD5Spa_PSTKwkLyqoNcwpwU

Read across the EUP Flyer

Kinross Twp Hall Community Gardens is seeking community members interested in maintaining a raised bed garden this summer. Garden sites will include a raised bed, soil and compost, and water access.

For more information, please contact Jim Moore at 906‑440‑3840.

Kinross Community Gardens Flyer

Research shows that AI/AN populations are more misclassified as another race than other racial groups in things like cancer registries or cardiovascular disease mortality rates. This misclassification likely results in an underestimated burden of chronic illness and COVID-19 in our communities and makes it hard to document health disparities.

Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan has been working to bring to light the importance of mitigating racial misclassification by encouraging individuals to "check their race(s)" when asked on health or other standard forms, and to understand the perspectives of Native Americans when being recorded by their racial identity.

ITC wants to hear thoughts and perspectives of Native Americans on this topic. Please take our three-question racial misclassification survey: https://forms.gle/Y93N3iPZUREg3usw5

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