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34 Annual Michigan Indian Family Olympics

34 Annual Michigan Indian Family Olympics

Join fellow NHBP Tribal Members in the fun, family-friendly and competitive all-day track and field event! Help NHBP bring home the gold!
Michigan Indian Family Olympics consists of activities for all ages. Events include walking, running, archery, softball and basketball throwing competitions and more. Lunch will also be provided for participants! For a full schedule please see attached flyers.

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Translating for the Future

Translating for the Future

It was a beautiful morning on Saturday, June 4, when the name of the newly completed park in Albion, Michigan, was unveiled. Calhoun County Parks partnered with the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi to name the park. Tribal Council Secretary Nancy Smit was in attendance to represent the Tribe on this special day.

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Breaking New Ground

Breaking New Ground

“Of all the phases of housing development, this has to be my favorite,” said Tribal Council Vice Chairperson Dorie Rios. “This Phase VIII development is being dedicated to two beloved Elders who have since walked on. They were so instrumental in the history of NHBP housing. These two individuals fought, tirelessly, for decades, making it their mission to get safe housing for all of our Members.”

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Jessi Goldner Receives National Recognition

Jessi Goldner Receives National Recognition

NHBP Tribal Member Jessi Goldner was named as one of 40 under 40 award recipients by The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development for her continuous leadership and her role as Director of Compliance for Waséyabek Development Company, LLC.

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A Taste of NHBP: Pesto Quinoa Salad

A Taste of NHBP: Pesto Quinoa Salad

Many people have a common question: “What is normal eating?” The short answer to that question is that there is no such thing as “normal” eating because every person is unique and has their own genetics, food preferences, medical needs and relationship with food.

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I Am Mak’yo

https://player.vimeo.com/video/713799037?h=5515210fd0&badge=0&autopause=0&player_id=0&app_id=58479 One year ago today, Mak'yo George-Dye crossed over while under the care of the penitentiary system. The cause of his abrupt death remains unknown. This...

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March For MMIP Brings Hundreds Together For Common Goal: Justice

March For MMIP Brings Hundreds Together For Common Goal: Justice

“Creator, I would like to thank you for this day; thank you for all the hearts that are here and all the hearts that are represented, that are missing, that are lost and just waiting to be found. We acknowledge them today,” Smit said before stepping off the stage to make space for a water ceremony.

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