Community Highlights

Where: Pokagon Health Services | Family Activity Center

When: January 28 | 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

COVID-19 antibody testing is now part of our normal disease panel screening for all successful donations.

Pokagon Band Language and Culture has a full line up of events for families to enjoy! 

Click here to see whats coming up!

The Michigan Indian Elders Association (MIEA) student incentive program recognizes students who achieve all As for a marking period and students who achieve perfect attendance for a marking period. There will be a minimum of $3,000 available to fund this program this year. An award of $25 is given to each qualified entry up to the minimum available funds in the program. If the number of qualified entries exceeds the funds available, the winners will be determined by lottery.

Nearly one in three American adults have high cholesterol which puts you at an increased risk for heart disease and stroke. Heart disease can happen at any age and is becoming more frequent in the younger population (ages 35-64). Half of all Americans have one of the top three risk factors for heart disease (high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking). 2018 statistics show heart disease as the leading cause of death among American Indians and Alaska Natives.  

A great exercise is track how much you spend on certain habits daily, weekly, monthly, and annually. Habits take a while to develop and often become a part of your regular routine. If you’re trying to reach a specific financial goal, it is smart to cut out or reduce some costly habits. Here are five habits you can give up to save more money.

1. Outsourcing Everything
Sure, outsourcing can be helpful in saving time. However, you can take things
too far if you start depending on other people to do everything for you.