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Voter Registration Event

[ June 2, 2022; 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. ]

Special Tribal Council Meeting

[ May 23, 2022; 9:00 am; ]  

 
NOTICE
A Special Tribal Council Meeting is scheduled for

Monday May 23rd, 2022
9:00 a.m.
At the Kaw Nation Medical Annex, Kaw City
Agenda items:
Cross Timbers Consulting EA Agreements
l. Washunga Cemetery
2. KN RV Park
Executive Session
Adjourn
This meeting will be available via zoom.
For more information, please contact Kim Jenkins at kjenkins@kawnation.com

Washunga Days 2022

[ June 17, 2022 to June 18, 2022. ]  

 

Washunga Days 2022
ALLEGAWAHO PARK – COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS
June 17th – 18th, 2022
Download Flyer Here

Kanza News Newsletter

AARP Oklahoma Native American Elder Honors

Attention Kaw Members:
AARP Oklahoma is accepting nominations for the 14th annual AARP Oklahoma Native American Elder Honors which celebrates 50 Native American elders who have positively impacted our country, state, communities and Indian Country.
***DEADLINE is THURSDAY MARCH 31st, 2022***
To submit a nominee, go to:
aarp.cventevents.com/2022NativeAmericanEldersNominations
A nominee must be an enrolled member of one of Oklahoma’s 39 […]

Kaw Nation Museum

Notice:
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Kaw Nation MUSEUM will be closed until further notice.

Kaw Nation COVID-19 Notices & Assistances Programs

The health, safety, and welfare of Kaw Nation Citizens and Tribal staff and visitors is of upmost importance to the Kaw Nation.
We’ve created this page to help keep you informed of any notices or assistances programs.
Please see the link below.
Click here for current Kaw Nation COVID Notices & Assistances programs.

ELECTION DATE

[ September 11, 2022; ]  

 
ELECTION DATE – SEPTEMBER 11, 2022
The Election Board of the Kaw Nation
P.O. Box 48
Kaw City, OK 74641

Election Day
September 11, 2022

Polling Place
Kaw Nation Administration Building, Kaw City, OK

Candidate Filing Date
March 14 – March 18, 2022
8 a.m. – 4 p.m. @ Kaw Nation Administration Building.

Qualified Voters
Enrolled Citizens 18 years of age and older

Absentee Requests
Last day to request […]

Permit Procedure Changes

November 30, 2021
United States Department of the Interior
FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
Washington D.C. 20240
In Reply Refer to: FWS/CLE/076043
Dear Tribal Leader:
During 2018, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) held several Tribal consultation sessions on potential changes to 50 CFR 22.22 (What are the requirements concerning permits for Indian religious purposes?) regulations. Tribes identified the eagle feather […]

Car Seats – Kaw Nation Injury Prevention Program

Announcement regarding dual enrollment

ATTENTION KAW NATION CITIZENS
Announcement regarding dual enrollment:
Constitution  of the Kaw Nation, Article III, Section 1 (B) (1) provides as follows:
(B) All persons who are descendants by blood of an original Kaw Indian allottee or allottees whose name or names appear on the 1902 Kaw Indian Allotment Roll, except the following persons:

Those persons otherwise entitled to […]

Assistance with reducing utility costs

ATTENTION
Kaw Nation has received two grants to assist with reducing utility costs. We have portable heaters, blankets, wool socks, and fans.
Please read the following applications and decide which one would best suit your situation.
APPLICATION FOR LIHEAP UTILITY ASSISTANCE ITEMS
APPLICATION FOR TRIBAL ELDERS
 
KAW NATION TRIBAL SOCIAL SERVICES
P.O. BOX 50, KAW CITY, OK 74641
TEL. # 580/269-1186 FAX […]

Congratulations!

Congratulations Kaw member Alyssa Pappan! Graduate of the University of Kansas Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science in Biology. Alyssa is the daughter of James Pappan & Jessica Higgins, granddaughter of Don Pappan & Joyce Pappan, and great granddaughter of Wasco Pappan & Erma Parsons. Alyssa has been accepted into the American University of the […]

FEMA COVID FUNERAL EXPENSE INFORMATION

KANZA COLLEGE GRADUATION STOLE

COVID-19 Vaccination Info

Open positions on the Culture Committee

Attention Kaw Nation Citizens:
We have positions open on the Culture Committee, KGI, and Election Board.
If you are interested in being on a Board or Committee please contact Kim Jenkins, Tribal Council Secretary at kjenkins@kawnation.com or call 580-269-2552 x245.
 

ATTENTION Kaw Nation Citizens

ATTENTION Kaw Nation Citizens
If you have had a name change or address change please contact the Enrollment office (580-269-2137) to update your information.
Thank you.

CARES Act funds

The Kaw Nation Social Services Department has received extra funds under the CARES Act. Please see below to determine if you qualify for these services:

Must have CDIB Card
Must live in service area of Newkirk, Kaw City, or Braman
Must currently be unemployed due to COVID-19
Cannot be receiving assistance from any other source, including unemployment

Please call Julia […]

Kanza Human Development Divsion

Flyer available here

Corporate Charter Passes

CERTIFICATE OF RESULTS OF ELECTION
SECRETARIAL ELECTION
KAW NATION
APRIL 4, 2020
Download Notice Here

Information for Kaw Nation Members

For Death and Burial information, please call Lana Burke at 580-749-0158.

Kaw Tribal Citizens Email List

Tribal Citizens, if you would like to be placed on a mass email list for Tribal members to receive information, please send an email to Tribal Council Secretary Kim Jenkins, at kjenkins@kawnation.com

Information concerning marijuana

Kaw Nation, as a federally recognized tribe is required to follow Federal guidelines for the use, growth and sale of marijuana.
The state of Oklahoma legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes in June 2018, which also includes sale and growth.
Federal law considers marijuana as a Controlled or Dangerous Substance and classifies it as a Schedule I Narcotic, […]

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