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Muscogee (Creek) Nation is a self-governed Native American tribe located in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. MCN is one of the 5 Civilized Tribes and is the fourth largest tribe in the U.S. with 83,570 citizens. The government side of the tribe is made up of an executive branch, a legislative body and a tribal court system. MCN is a diverse entity with many facets such as: cultural tourism, gaming, businesses, and a higher learning institution.

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Council Oak: Oct. 20

2:00 pm - Ceremony: Council Oak Park 1752 S. Cheyenne Ave., Tulsa, OK Post Events Tulsa Creek Indian Community 8611…

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MCN Natural Resource Conservation District Monthly Meeting: Oct. 24

Notice of Meeting   MCN Natural Resource Conservation District Commissioners Meeting   Date:     Wednesday, October 17, 2018  The Conservation district…

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Plant Identification for Soil Health Field Day: Oct. 18

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Natural Resource Conservation District Plant Identification for Soil Health Field Day Date:     Thursday, October 18, 2018 Time:    …

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Summer Youth Worksite Application: Oct. 1 – Jan. 18

Summer Youth Work Site Application (Oct. 1, 2018 – Jan. 18, 2019)

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Mvskoke Youth Games: Nov. 3

SAVE THE DATE! The 3rd Annual Mvskoke Mvnettvlke Temvrkv (Mvskoke Youth Games) will be held on November 3rd, 2018at the Muscogee…

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Socktober: Oct. 1- 26

Three members of the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council, Charles Mason, Laura Mason and Tafv Sanders will host Socktober from Oct.…

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Survivor Paint Party: Nov. 15

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day Paint Party Thursday, Nov. 15 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm  

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Pink Party: Oct. 30

PINK PARTY Glenpool Conference Center 12205 S Yukon Ave, Glenpool, OK 74033 October 30th, 2018 1:00-3:00 Free Registration Breast Cancer…

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22Oct 18

All About the People: MCN Program Provides Care and Support to Sexual Assault Survivors

Before the MCN SANE Program was established in 2016, MCN Family Violence Prevention Program and the MCN Department of Health joined efforts to identify and resolve gaps in services within the MCN boundaries. One of the challenges they recognized was the lack of victims’ resources available to sexual assault survivors in rural communities; including access to sexual assault exams. In turn, victims would have to travel to Tulsa for a SANE exam.
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