Connecting Veterans to Water: an update on our water connections

For more than two years, we have been connecting households to the main water service line to provide access to safe, clean water. As of this month, about three dozen families, consisting of roughly 200 children, adults, and elders, no longer need to walk to a neighbor’s house or drive miles to fetch water. Just […]

7 Things You May Not Know About Native Americans in the Military

1. Native Americans have the highest per-capita involvement in the U.S. military of any population. 2.  November 1986 – The first National Memorial Service honoring Native Veterans took place at Arlington Cemetary 3. Native veterans are routinely acknowledged and honored during pow wows, and are often called upon to be flag bearers, retrieve dropped eagle feathers, and are acknowledged […]