The Comanche Nation Prevention and Recovery Program hosted an Open House for the Outpatient Center on January 31st. The center offers Substance Abuse Education, Parenting Classes, and Gamblers Support Group, to name a few. The center is located at 807 SW F. Ave., Lawton. They can be contacted at 580-357-3449.
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COMANCHE NATION PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE PO BOX 908, LAWTON, OK 73502-0908 TELEPHONE: 580-492-3381 FAX: 580-492-3709 EMAIL: PIO@COMANCHENATION.COM
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June 8, 2018
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Attention Tribal Members. Annual Meeting will be April 21, 2018 at Watchetaker Hall, Comanche Nation Complex located at 584 NW Bingo Rd. Lawton, Ok 73507. Doors will open at 10am. Meeting will begin at 1:30pm if a quorum is established.
Vincent Knight was sworn in as a District Judge for the Comanche Nation Court at 9:30 a.m. March 8, 2018, by Chief Judge, Lisa Otipoby Herbert.
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To all Comanche Nation Members voting in the Secretarial Election. The metered mail and affixed stamp is the correct postage. There is no need for extra postage. Please mail your request in by Friday, March 2, 2018
Dr. Cornell Pewewardy, center, is surrounded by supporters of his proposal to recognize Indigenous People's Day on the second Monday of October, in the city of Lawton, Okla., which is also known as Columbus Day. He presented his proposal the evening of January 9, during the monthly Lawton City Council Meeting. He said the day can be used as a teaching tool and opportunity to help people learn about the Indigenous People of North America. The council approved the proposal, and the first celebration of Indigenous People's Day will be October 8, 2018. This was the second time Dr.
Christmas was celebrated by the Quanah Parker Descendants Organization through a Christmas Powwow, held December 25 at Watchetaker Hall, Comanche Nation Complex. Numerous local businesses donated toys and other items for children’s gifts, and Santa made a special delivery during the celebration. Songs, dancing, and fellowship made the festive powwow a success. The Quanah Parker Descendants hold the Christmas Powwow annually.
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Justin Boos, Director of WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act), left, and Marshall Niedo, sets up furniture inside the new location of the WIOA office at the Comanche Nation Education Center. A total of five programs are moving into the former Comanche Nation College building, located at 1608 SW 9th. St., Lawton, Okla. Student Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, WIOA, Higher Education, and the GED Program will open at their new location 8 a.m. December 11. The Education Center has been upgraded to satisfy the programs and staff.
Boxes of new copper bottom cookware is warehoused at the Comanche Nation Complex, awaiting the annual Elder Day celebration, where each elder, age 62 years of age and older, will receive one, at the December 8 at the Comanche County Coliseum, 920 South Sheridan, Lawton. The cookware is just a few of many giveaway items for the Comanche elders. Elders (only) will receive a raffle ticket for the following: 300 - $100 Free Play Casino Vouchers; 40- $30 Golden Corral Gift Cards ; 40- $30 Cracker Barrel Gift Cards; 10- Wide Screen TV’s 46” or larger.