Attention parents/guardians, the Summer Enrichment Program applications are now available and being accepted on first come first served basis till June 4th 2015. Please make sure that all components of the application and policies are completed and turned into the Saylor Building by June 4th in order to ensure your child is accepted to the program.
Any questions? Contact Jamie: 532-3341 x 5143 or Joel: 532-3341 x 5138
This issue of the Gae:wanohge' features: upcoming events, a short language lesson, an interesting recipe, a short story and some interesting facts on this months holidays.
The monthly language newsletter is published on the 1st monday of every month. If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to Samantha.Jacobs@sni.org
SYLVAN LEARNING is coming to Catt Territory! Does your student struggle with ELA and Math? Are they struggling with NYS testing assessments? Do you think they just need a little extra help in order to expand their ELA and Math skills? If you answered yes to any of these questions please complete the application and read the policies and procedures. These items must be turned in at the Catt. Education Department located at the Saylor Building. Hurry we only have 48 spots total and they are filling up quick!
Any specific questions regarding this exciting new opportunity for our students can be directed to:
Joel, 532-3341 x 5138 or Jamie, 532-3341 x 5143
The annual Seneca Nation of Indians Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is the result of the continuous planning process to guide community and economic growth in the Nation’s territories. The document lists activities and strategies to boost job creation, increase investment, improve infrastructure, and encourage economic diversification in the Nation.
The document also lists priority projects and programs, development goals and objectives, and a vision for the community.
The Seneca Nation of Indians CEDS will be available for review and comment from May 1st to May 31st in the Nation’s Planning Department (Allegany and Cattaraugus) and the Nation’s Clerk Office (Allegany and Cattaraugus).
The public is urged to submit comments to the Planning Department by May 31th, 2015.
Looking for herbs, veggies, and flowers for your garden this year but don't have time to get to a nursery? Food Is Our Medicine is hosting its annual plant sale on May 16 simultaneously at both the Cattaraugus Community Center AND the Allegany Community Center starting at 9 AM and going until we sell out! We will have a wide variety of flowers, veggies, herbs, and sweetgrass. If you want to buy plants for a garden but have no idea how to work with them, come to our Elders Sharing Circle on May 18 where we will be doing a Container Gardening workshop at 6 PM!
Did you go to the Food Is Our Medicine Plant Sale? Do you want to start a garden or do container gardens but don't know where to start? Come to Elders' Sharing Circle on May 18 at 6 PM at the Cattaraugus AOA and Food Is Our Medicine will help you get started! Potluck starts at 5 PM. All ages are welcome!
Whether you have a great idea for the Seneca Nation Farmers Market or just want to help out, come to the Friends of the Seneca Farmers Market Committee meeting on May 7, 2015 at 5 pm in the Community Planning & Development Office, 2nd floor, William Seneca building, Irving, NY. Our grand opening for the summer season is just around the corner and we want community input--help us make this year's Seneca Nation Farmers Market a success!
Community Education Class offered at the Saylor Building Mondays : May 4th, 11th, 18th 6pm-8pm.
Facilitated by: Aedza:'niyo Seneca