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  • Sexual assault awareness walk planned for April

    Mar

    28

    The Chickasaw Nation is hosting a Stomp Out Sexual Assault Awareness Walk 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 8, at Wintersmith Park.

  • Easter Celebration set at the Chickasaw Cultural Center April 8

    Mar

    27

    The Easter bunny will be making an appearance at the upcoming Easter Celebration Saturday, April 8, at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, 867 Cooper Memorial Road.

  • Chickasaw Foundation scholarship application available online

    Mar

    27

    Chickasaw citizens can now apply for the 2017 – 2018 Chickasaw Foundation scholarships online.

  • Longtime Chickasaw legislator Dean McManus passes away in Ada

    Mar

    24

    Dean McManus, a full-blood Chickasaw who devoted over 40 years of her life to enhancing the lives of Chickasaws, passed away March 18.

  • Summer EBT for children now accepting applications

    Mar

    22

    Families with children who receive free or reduced school meals are eligible for free food this summer through a program offered by the Chickasaw Nation.

  • Chickasaw Nation WIC services available

    Mar

    21

    The Chickasaw Nation Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program (WIC) extends its services to families who need encouragement and support in feeding their children.

  • Temecula, California Casting Call Announced for Feature Film "The Chickasaw Rancher"

    Mar

    21

    The search is underway in southern California for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film inspired by the life of Chickasaw cattle rancher Montford T. Johnson.

  • Chickasaw White House welcomes warm weather with kite flying event

    Mar

    17

    Kites of all sorts will fill the skies in the early days of spring during the annual Chickasaw White House Kite Fly, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 24, 25, 31 and April 1.

  • Chickasaw Nation to host “Tell a Fairy Tale” day

    Mar

    17

    The Chickasaw Nation will celebrate National Tell a Fairy Tale Day, 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 24, by inviting children and adults alike to listen, share or read their favorite stories, at the arts and humanities building, 201 N. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma.

  • Native American youth can now apply for Toksali SMART program

    Mar

    16

    Native American youth have the opportunity to gain real-world work experience while earning up to $2,000 by participating in the Chickasaw Nation Toksali SMART summer youth employment program.