DEATHS

Pauline "Polly" Davis , 84

Born June 19, 1935

Died December 8, 2019

Marilyn J. Stout, 87

Born August 16, 1932

Died December 8, 2019

Francis Dwayne Haas, 80

Born July 10, 1939

Died December 7, 2019

Beverly Ann Johnson, 84

Born July 26, 1935

Died December 7, 2019

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THINGS TO DO

Friday, December 13

NCC Women's Christmas Dinner
SAINT LOUIS COMEDY TAKEOVER
“Overcomer” Movie
Parents Night Out
Annual Christmas Party
But First - Coffee with CASA
JJ Baldwin

Saturday, December 14

Garden of Lights Run 2019
Pound Fit with Amanda
ECC Men's Breakfast
Christmas Craft Fair At Arrowhead Mall
Good Reads for Christmas - 2019
Brain Storming Dinner
Live Nativity Scene
Coins 4 Critters
Free The Fighters
Madden 20 Clinic
Adam Miller Live @ The Rail (Muskogee, OK)
Wreath laying ceremony
VA Employee Association 1st Annual Holiday Party
Arrowhead Christmas Festival
Cupcake Crawl
Wreaths Across America escort to Ft.Gibson National cemetery
Jake Tankersley
Jake Tankersley

Sunday, December 15

Redeemed2Freedom Ladies' Sunday School Class
Live Reindeer at Honor Heights Park
Garden of Lights 2019 Season
Honey Christmas Pj Mini's

Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 9:14 AM

Cherokee Nation and Indian Health Service leaders will celebrate the grand opening of the largest tribal outpatient health center in the country on Thursday, Nov. 14. The 469,000-square-foot health facility in Tahlequah features more than 240 exam rooms, two MRI machines, an ambulatory surgery center, 34 dental chairs, full service optometry and specialty health services.

The grand opening will also showcase many features of the state-of-the-art health facility. Over 600 pieces of Cherokee art and art-related items will be on display, including 64 items made by Cherokee National Treasures. An interactive experience on the third floor, near the pediatrics department, will teach children Cherokee words. The Cherokee Nation invested about $200 million of its general fund dollars into the facility’s construction and purchase of equipment. IHS is funding $100 million per year in staffing and operating costs in a historic joint-venture agreement with the tribe.

During Thursday’s grand opening, a ribbon-cutting will be followed by a meal.

The Cherokee Nation operates the largest tribal health system in the country with more than 1.3 million patient visits per year.

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