Upcoming Events at the Grisso Mansion
October Ghost Tours
Beginning October 16, the Seminole Nation Grisso Mansion will be hosting ghost tours each Thursday night leading up to halloween. Cost of admission is $10, which includes s'mores and hot chocolate at the end of the tour. For more information, see the flyer below.
The Seminole Nation Grisso Mansion will host an Indian Summer Market on Saturday, November 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For additional information, see the flyer below. For vendor registration information, download the form below.
IndianSummerRegistration Form for Vendors.pdf
December Cookie Extravaganza
A Christmas Cookie Extravaganza and Craft Fair will be held Friday, December 19 at the Seminole Nation Grisso Mansion. For more information, or to obtain a vendor registration form, download the files below.
Christmas Cookie Extravaganza Flyer FY14.pdf
ChristmasRegistration Form for VendorsFY14.pdf
Seminole Nation Days 2014 Softball Tournament
The 7-3 Co-Ed Tournament is September 13-14, 2014. The men’s fast pitch tournament will be September 20-21 at the Mekesukey Mission Softball Complex. The entry fee is $200 for Fast Pitch and $125 for Co-Ed. Deadline to enter is 9/5/2014. For more information contact Victor Bear at (405) 683-0071 or click on the flyer below.
Due to inclement weather, the Coed Tournament was cancelled last weekend. The Coed & Fast Pitch Softball Tournaments will be on Saturday & Sunday 9/20-21/14. Please contact Victor Bear for more information.
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Public Notice: ICDBG
SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA
INDIAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (ICDBG)
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS FOR FY2014
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT STATEMENT
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has published a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Indian Community Development Block Grant program for FY2014 by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Southern Plains Office of Native American Programs (SPONAP); application deadline is July 29, 2014 for eligible applicants that include Indian Tribes or tribal organizations.
Eligible activities include new housing construction; housing rehabilitation, land acquisition to support new housing, home ownership assistance, public facilities and improvements, economic development and micro enterprise programs. For the SPONAP region, $13,343,479 has been allocated for the region with a maximum of $800,000.00 available for each requested project. Funding is awarded competitively so there is no guarantee that the Nation will receive funding.
The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is considering submitting a proposal for construction under the Public Facilities area for its FY2014 application. The ICDBG project will predominantly serve low and moderate income tribal members through increasing access to services.
No part of the [citizen participation] requirement shall be construed to restrict the responsibility and authority of the [Seminole Nation] for the development of the application and the execution of the grant. Accordingly, the citizen participation requirements of [HUD regulations] do not include concurrence by any person or group in making final determinations on the contents of the application. 24 CFR 1003.604(c)
Publication of Community Development Statement
The Seminole Nation will conduct a meeting for public comment from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on July 21, 2014 at Seminole Nation Councilhouse located at the Mekusukey Mission, southwest of Seminole, Oklahoma. The Nation plans to use 100% of the FY14 Indian Community Development Block Grant funds for the project selected at the citizen participation meeting. All interested community members are invited to attend the meeting.
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