Author: enephler

There has been an employee at the Mna Mskiiki Gumik Health Clinic who has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact Tracing has been conducted. All the people who have had risk for exposure have been contacted and provided guidance on testing and length of quarantine.
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LTBB Tribal Citizen-owned businesses wishing to be emailed of various business opportunities within the LTBB government or LTBB-owned enterprises should contact the LTBB Department of Commerce to provide an email address in which they would like to be contacted and include a brief statement of what their business offers.
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The LTBB Department of Commerce would like to share an important update regarding TCEs. While we strongly encourage RTMs to obtain TCEs prior to the purchase(s), there is now a way to request a refund directly from the Michigan Department of Treasury for taxes that were paid on eligible items.
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Please help the LTBB Niigaandiwin Education Department in promoting our needs assessment survey! The set of questions is designed to understand the unique needs and interests of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa tribal citizens, and the greater community to ensure that programming is effective in serving our clients. The survey takes about 15 minutes or less to complete, and is open to all individuals including tribal and non-tribal. Please share this survey widely with your program clients, family members, and friends!
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COVID has changed the landscape of our events but we wanted to celebrate Sovereignty day this year. With the surge of COVID cases in our area the decision was made to host a drive thru event. The bonus is you can drive thru in your pjs. We hope you join us!
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Through your participation in the Walmart Healthy Nutrition and or the MI Tribal Food Access Coalition Projects, we have compiled a set of resources for each month in 2021.  The resources are focused on healthier eating using ingredients that may either be found at your local grocery store, farmer’s market, or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) site.
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