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THE CHEROKEE CITIZENS LEAGUE OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS

(Formerly The Cherokee At Large Voters League)

WELCOMES OUR CHEROKEE CITIZENS AND FRIENDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

 

Look forward to our next meeting: Saturday, September 20, 2014

Location and more details to come.

 

CONTACT US

 

 

Click here for memories of the Houston June 28, 2014 meeting.

 

OF NOTE:  Board member Dena Standing Water, right, with Cherokee Nation Councilor Cara Cowan Watts, center, at the Cherokee Nation Community Association Conference in Tahlequah, OK, May, 2014.

 

 

Something Scrumptus:  A favorite recipe!

 

COMING ATTRACTION

at the

HARD ROCK TULSA

"Nanyehi-Beloved Woman of the Cherokee"

Osiyo Friend,
Tickets are now on sale for
"Nanyehi-Beloved Woman of the Cherokee" shows AUG. 21, 22 and 23 at The Joint, Hard Rock Tulsa! Call 918.384.ROCK
http://tickets.hardrockcasinotulsa.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=200


Tickets are modestly priced, to encourage families to come.   I understand that this is the first time that minors will be allowed into The Joint.

 Adults $15., $10. for Cherokee Nation Citizens and children 12 & under.   We've got a great cast / killer band. Due to popular demand,   Michelle Honaker, now based in NYC, will play Nanyehi again.   Rudy Ramos will guest star as Attakullakulla.   He's been in a ton of movies/tv shows.    Great Tulsa musician, Travis Fite will play Dragging Canoe, as he did last year.

 It is time for Nancy Ward's message of peace to be heard!   Hope to see you there!


Wado.
Becky Hobbs

 Note:  Becky Hobbs is a Cherokee from Bartlesville, OK, now residing in Nashville.

 

 

 

ARCHIVE OF CHEROKEE CITIZENS MEETINGS 

Saturday, March 8, 2014

PAT GWIN, "THE SEED GUY",

Director of the Cherokee Nation Natural Resources Department,

was our outstanding speaker.

He described the lively Cherokee Heirloom Seed Project which helps to preserve traditional plant seeds that aided Cherokees through the ages. 

See more at http://cherokeeatlarge.org/cherokee_heirloom_seed_project_h.html

Family and friends joined us at the

Clayton Library for Genealogical Research
Carriage House
5300 Caroline Street,
Houston, TX 77004

FOR FUTURE MEETINGS:

PLEASE RSVP TO:

president@cherokeeatlarge.org

 

For the Cherokee Citizens attending our meetings, please remember to bring your Cherokee Nation Citizen card OR simply its registration number to add when you sign in at our meetings.

This verifies with the Cherokee Nation who among the Citizens attends our at-large events. 

For those with the photo ID card issued by the Cherokee Nation, your number will be on your card and will be convenient to have present.

 

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The November 16, 2013 Meeting of

The Cherokee Citizens League of Southeast Texas

 was a resounding success as we enjoyed a

True Texas Cherokee Barbeque!

at Bear Creek Park in west Houston

The family friendly event featured traditional storytelling, learning one's name in the Cherokee language and crafting ancient masks.


Our special guests were 

Dr. Julia Coates and Mr. Jack Baker,

At Large Cherokee Nation Councilors, who represent those of us living outside the boundaries of the Cherokee Nation, and who provided extensive detail on current Cherokee Nation matters. Their on-the-scene prospective provided for a lively discussion with plenty of question and answer time for attendees.

 

Many thanks to all our volunteers who made possible an exciting and meaningful event,

and to all who shared your wonderful potluck dishes!

 

You can now support the

Cherokee Citizens League of Southeast Texas

with your 2014 dues:

$20/individuals

$25/household

Your dues can be mailed to us.

Click here for details.

Thank you for your support!

 

PLEASE RSVP TO FUTURE EVENTS:

president@cherokeeatlarge.org

Snapshots of November 16 with our Cherokees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

                    

           

 

 

 

 

 

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Saturday, September 14, 2013 at the Clayton Library for Genealogical Research in Houston, members and guests enjoyed an opportunity to learn traditional Cherokee moccasin making, along with a most scrumptious potluck luncheon!  Long time friends and new ones enjoyed great chats and learning of upcoming plans.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For questions and to RSVP to our meetings email:
president@cherokeeatlarge.org

For the Cherokee Citizens attending our meetings, please remember to bring your Cherokee Nation Citizen card OR simply its registration number to add when you sign in at our meetings.

This verifies with the Cherokee Nation who among the Citizens attends our at-large events. 

For those with the new photo ID card issued by the Cherokee Nation, your number will be on your card and will be convenient to have present.

 

CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

 

 

 

OUR MISSION

 

 

DONATE

 

 

BY-LAWS & OFFICERS

 

 

OUR MEETINGS


 

MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS,TREASURER's REPORT

 

 

AT LARGE COUNCILOR
 JULIA COATES


 

 

OUR HISTORY IN PHOTOS


 

 

 

RELATED CHEROKEE LINKS


New cultural website launched by the Cherokee Nation:

 
cnhistoryonline.org

 

 

 

 

Cherokee Cultural Tourism


 

 

Cherokee Communities

 

 

 

Cherokee Nation Links

 

 

 

Cherokee Heritage Center


 

 

 

Native American Health Coalition

 

 

 

Scholarships


 

 


Jobs Program through Cherokee Nation

 

 

 

Wilma Mankiller Tribute

 

 

 

HISTORICAL RECAP of CITIZENS' VOTING RIGHTS:

CHEROKEE
NATION
2013 ELECTIONS


SPECIAL
CITIZENS PACKET

(courtesy of Tribal Councilor Cara Cowan Watts.)