A photo of Chief Red Eagle's appointed staff from the first Employee Meeting after Red Eagle was elected in 2010. From L to R: Faren Anderson (resigned 2011), Raymond Lasley, Linda Teeman, Carrie Rogers, Chris White (resigned 2012), Chief Red Eagle, Asst. Chief Scott BigHorse, Deidre Bigheart, the late Leonard Maker and Paul Allen. Osage News File Photo
For more information about the birdhouse auction, on becoming a CASA volunteer or to donate, contact Pawnee/Osage CASA at its Pawhuska office at (918) 287-4120. The Pawnee office can be reached at (918) 762-3776
There will be an Artist Birdhouse and Apron Auction Fundraiser for Pawnee/Osage CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) on December 14 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in the Parish Hall in Pawhuska, Oklahoma
Let’s Move! in Indian Country comes as a response to the current obesity trend within the American Indian community. American Indian or Alaska Native children between the ages of two and four have a higher prevalence of obesity (20.7% in 2009) than any other racial or ethnic group. Let’s Move! in Indian Country, in an effort to stem the tide of childhood obesity.