405-257-7200    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Login/Log Out

Thanks For Your Feedback!

One half of thirty two is? (answer as number)

Cokv Tvlvme

New tribal royalty named

Communications Department
Staff Report

The three new Seminole Nation Princesses include:

New Little Miss Seminole Nation
Abigail M. Lambert
Abigail is the nine year old daughter of Stephaney and Chad Lambert. She is a member of the Mekusukey Band and the Wind Clan. She attends school at Northwood Elementary, where she is in the fourth grade and on the Superintendant's honor roll.
Jr. Miss Seminole Nation
Chyna Chupco
Chyna is the 14 year old daughter of Tschantre Dorsett and Tommy Chupco. She is a member of the Tom Palmer Band and Sweet Potato Clan. She attends Sequoyah, where she is in the eighth grade. Chyna was the 2011-2012 Little Miss Seminole Nation and 2013 Jr. Miss Indian OKC.
Miss Seminole Nation
Brittany J. Ahgoom
Brittany is the 19 year old daughter of Steven and Theresa Ahgoom. She is a member of the Tom Palmer Band and the Wind Clan. She is a graduate of Wewoka High School and plans to attend Seminole State College in the Spring. Brittany was the 2009 - 2010 Seminole Nation Honor Color Guard Princess; 2010 -2011 Seminole Nation Honor Color Guard Princess; 2012 - 2013 Jr. Miss Seminole Nation; and 2014 Miss Seminole Nation.

Annual Quilt Auction set for October 25

Communications Department
Staff Report

The Seminole Nation Domestic Violence program will host their annual banquet and quilt auction on Saturday, October 25 at the Seminole State College Kelly Haney Center.  The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.

All proceeds from the Quilt Auction will assist victims of domestic violence and their families.

For more information about ticket sales, quilt donations and table purchases, please contact Ericka Pinion at (405) 257-7205.

For more information about the Seminole Nation Domestic Violence Program, call (405) 382-3762.

Grisso Mansion to host haunted ghost tours in October

Communications Department
Staff Report

The Grisso Mansion will open its doors each Thursday night in October to take visitors on a hunted ghost tour of the grounds.  Nightly tours will begin at 7:00 p.m. and leave every 15 minutes on October 16, 23, and 30.

Hot chocolate and s'mores will be served at the end of each tour.

Tours are by reservation only.  Tickets are $10.

For more information, or to make a reservation, call (405) 382-2445


Honor Guard visits DC for Memorial Day ceremonies

Joe Clay
Communications Director

The Seminole Nation Honor Guard was selected to participate in this year’s National Memorial Day ceremonies at the Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. on May 26, 2014.

This is only the sixth time that a Native American color guard has presented the colors at the national ceremony since its start in 1864.

There were over 5,000 visitors in attendance for the Memorial Day Ceremony.

Rex Hailey, Seminole Nation Honor Guard Commander and Desert Storm Veteran; Barney Mitchell, Vietnam Veteran; Phillip Coon, Vietnam Veteran; and Tecumseh Underwood, Cold War Veteran carried the flags in the parade of colors at Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre, which featured US President Barack Obama as the keynote speaker.

“It’s a great honor to be here, not only for the Seminole Nation tribe, but also for the honor guard,” Hailey said.

The color guard, along with Seminole Nation Principal Chief Leonard M. Harjo and National Native American Veterans Commander Donald E. Loudner, also had the opportunity to lay the Native American Veterans wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

“We enjoyed this experience, and it’s one thing I will never will forget,” said Hailey.

Communications Staff

Joe Clay, Director

Dustin Gray, Media Specialist

Kim Richardson, Administrative Assistant

Locate Communications

Contact Communications

Kim Richardson
Phone: (405) 382-1010
email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Newsletter | Signup Today!

Want to receive email alerts when our site has new content? Sign up now for our newsletter!