Gathering of Native Americans Camp (G.O.N.A)
MSPI grant funded by I.H.S. Presents G.O.N.A.
Gathering of Native Americans Camp
Come be a part of Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Healing Journey for Families
WHERE? Seminole State Junior College, Seminole, OK.
Register by July 22, 2016
Contact: Staff at A.S.A.P.
630 N. Main, Seminole, Okla.
Rooms will be available on a first come, first serve basis!!!
NO EXCEPTIONS, NO ROOMS WILL BE HELD!!!
Check-in 6:00 PM Sunday July 24 2016
Check-out 10:00 AM Wednesday 27, 2016
Parent, Grandparent, Guardian required to stay with youth throughout duration of gathering.
Sponsored by: Methamphetamine & Suicide Prevention Initiative Project
Co-Host: Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (A.S.A.P.)
13th Annual Tinker Inter-Tribal Council Pow-wow
Honoring Our Veteran Warriors
Saturday, June 11. Program begins at 1 p.m.
Joe. B. Barnes Regional Park
Midwest City, Oklahoma - 8700 E. Reno Ave.
(Between Midwest and Douglas Blvds on East Reno)
Free family fun. Open to the public.
Seminole Nation Job Placement and Training Program
If you are Native American, 18 or older, live in Seminole County and plan to attend a Vocational -Technical School this fall, please call the Seminole Nation Job Placement & Training Program to see if you are eligible for financial assistance; while attending fulltime, part-time or short-term classes; the amount depends on the number of household members.
Our office is located at the Old Bingo Hall at the Mekusukey Mission south of Seminole.
For further information, please contact Dee Whitson – Employment & Training Counselor 405-234-5288
Seminole Nation Job Placement and Training Program Summer Extended Hours
June 21-24, 2016
June 28– July 1
8am – 7pm
July 19 –22, 2016
8am - 7pm
August 15 – 19, 2016
8am – 7pm
If you have any questions, please call Dee Whitson-Employment & Training Counselor at 405-234-5288 or 405-234-5289.