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Muscogee (Creek) Nation is a self-governed Native American tribe located in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. MCN is one of the 5 Civilized Tribes and is the fourth largest tribe in the U.S. with 86,100 citizens. The government side of the tribe is made up of an executive branch, a legislative body and a tribal court system. MCN is a diverse entity with many facets such as: cultural tourism, gaming, businesses, and a higher learning institution.

Events
Language Immersion Camp: Deadline April 13

  The Mvskoke Language Program is accepting applications for the 2020 Language Immersion Camp June 8-12, 2020. This camp is…

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MNYC: Spring Food Drive

MNYC: Spring Food Drive The Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC) is supporting the EODD Area Agency on Agency:  Spring Food…

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MCN Natural Resource Conservation District: Feb. 21st, 2020

                MCN Natural Resource Conservation District                 Coffee & Conservation: Informational Meeting                 Date:     Friday, February 21 , 2020                …

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Estuce Fest: March 26th

  Estuce Fest: March 26th Estuce Fest will be held on March 26th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm in…

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TCYC: Spring celebration t-shirt design & art contest

  TCYC: Spring celebration t-shirt design & art contest   The Spring Celebration Committee is currently taking entries for the…

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TCE Outreach Schedule 2020

TCE Outreach Schedule 2020 MLF offices will be closed these days as it will take our entire team to serve…

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Mvskoke Nation Youth Services: Raven Care Package

The Mvskoke Nation Youth Services is currently seeking students and sponsors for the Raven Care Package (RCP) project for Spring…

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MCN Seventh Annual All-Indian Livestock Show

MCN Seventh Annual All-Indian Livestock Show

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News

14Feb 20

Event held to promote self care, awareness and healthy relationships

OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — “These events that Family Violence [Prevention Program] holds are very informative and much needed,” Muscogee (Creek) citizen Tessie Jimboy said. “They want to help you with healthy relationships and they want to help you to know the signs of an unhealthy relationship too.” The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence and Prevention Program (FVPP) hosted an ‘All You Need is Love…and Respect,’ event at the MCN Department of Housing on Feb. 12 in Okmulgee, Okla.
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