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2019 MILITARY MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARDS
Purpose: The SAIGE Meritorious Service Award honors military members, Department of Defense civilian employees and military veterans in government service, who have supported the DoD or their agency’s mission, whose attributes best epitomized the qualities and core values of their respective military service or DoD Component and promoted a positive image of Native Americans in uniform.
Date of Event: 13 June 2019
Location: Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino, Niagara Falls, NY
Eligibility: Military Members, Civilian Employees and Veterans
Performance Period: January 2018 – March 2019
Due Date: 5 April 2019
SAIGE Point of Contact: Mr. Danny Garceau, SAIGE Warrior Society Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click here to download the application for the 2019 Military Meritorious Service Awards.
The election for new officers and board members just concluded. Congratulations to the following officers and board members. Fredericka Joseph, Chair, Duane Matt, Vice Chair and Phil Hamel, Secretary.
The new board members are Jay Spaan, Danny Garceau, Lori Windle, Juanita Mullen and Georgeie Reynolds.
Thank you to all those who voted in this election.
Election Committee Chair
Help SAIGE realize our goals of creating the best possible Training Program for tribal, federal and state government employees; secure scholarship monies for students; support tribal communities when in need; and help to build the capacity of the organization so that SAIGE can continue to implement our mission in a wide ranging and robust way.
Please remember SAIGE in your year end donation plans – thank you so much.
Watch for CFC Events near you this fall – Campaign runs from
September 10, 2018 – January 11, 2019.
OPM has a new one-stop way to make your pledge now – go to https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/welcome
Now you can contribute even if you have retired from Federal Service. Check it out!
Indigenous Geographies Overlap in This Colorful Online Map
Native Land highlights territories, treaties, and languages across the U.S., Canada, and beyond.
BY CECILIA KEATING JULY 24, 2018
FOR CENTURIES, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND their traditional territories have been purposefully left off maps by colonizers as part of a sustained campaign to delegitimize their existence and land claims. Interactive mapping website Native Land does the opposite, by stripping out country and state borders in order to highlight the complex patchwork of historic and present-day Indigenous territories, treaties, and languages that stretch across the United States, Canada, and beyond.
Visitors to the site can enter a street address or ZIP code into the map’s search bar to discover whose traditional territory their home was built on. White House officials will discover that 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is found on the overlapping traditional territories of the Pamunkey and Piscataway tribes. Tourists will learn that the Statue of Liberty was erected on Lenape land, and aspiring lawyers that Harvard was erected in a place first inhabited by the Wamponoag and Massachusett peoples…… EDITED HERE
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Go to the Map at: https://native-land.ca/