a community development incubator for sustainable health wellness, education, agricultural, and financial sovereignty for Native American communities, minorities, and anyone child to adult.
Board of Directors
Harry V. Claphan Jr. Presindent
Mary C. Waters Secretary / Treasure
Janet M Houseberg
Sammy C Houseberg
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Indigenous Food & Agriculture Initiative to give food safety training and Certification in Stilwell Oklahoma April 18th 9pm to 4pm
BRAD FAUSETT PHD DEPTMENT OF AG AND PAT GWIN SENIOR DIRECTOR OF CHEROKEE NATION ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURSES TO SPEAK AT THE NATIVE HEALTH MATTERS FOUNDATION FARMERS ASSOCATION MEETING AT THE STILWELL COMMUNITY CENTER, TUESDAY, JANUARY THE 29TH AT 6PM.
Speakers topics to include: Cherokee Nation’s Seedbank, Heirloom Garden, Native Plant Site programs, the importance of organic food, non gmo produce, organic soils, and opportunities in cash crop contract growing. For more information contact: 1-800-387-1880 or firstname.lastname@example.org
November 9, 2018, Friday 10:30 am Veterans Day Program ,Dahlonegah School.
The program will be presented by all the students 3 years old through 8th grade. There will be various selections presented by different age groups, readings and a short skit about those missing in action. “You Are Our Heroes” will be sung and signed as veterans from various branches of the service are recognized.
Music& Arts to launch in Greasy Schools this Thursday the 11th at 9 am
Native Health Matters Foundation is a non-profit which is working to help kids in the local community.
This week we announce the launch of music arts in the Greasy Schools.
Native Health Matters Launch’s Music & Arts in Schools
Native Health Matters Foundation is a non-profit which is working to help kids in the local community. Among the programs currently in place are music and art in the Dahlonegah Public School. This year is the launch of arts in the schools by targeting those schools who do not have music and art already in place. Mary C. Worsham and the Kindergarten class are going on a listening walk to experience music in everyday life. Sue Phillips is the art teacher and the students are beginning with a project on prospective technique.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Adair County Schools extenteds Fundrasier
Native Health Matters, Recycle Local & Cherokee Nation want to maximize the results for your local Boys & Girls Club. We are pleased to announce that we have all agreed to extend this campaign until the end of October.
Launch Fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Adair County Schools
Donate unwanted clothing shoes and apparel to the Boys & Girls Club of Adair County Schools. Event starts Sept 7 and ends Sept 29th. All item should be clean dry and bagged or boxed. Please do not mix clothing and apparel with household items in the bag or box. There are 3 convenient drop off locations Throughout Adair County. See full collection list here: http://www.freeeasyfundraisers.com/acceptable-items-for-your-fund-raiser.html
Native Health Matters Office Opening
June 22, 2018 @ 1:00 P.M.
Founding board members, along with supporting community members, celebrated the ribbon cutting of the new office in Cherry Tree Community.
Stilwell Strawberry Festival Parade
May 12, 2018 @ 10:30 A.M.
Founder, Tim Houseberg, along with family and friends carried the Native Health Matters banner down the parade route.
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