Penobscot Nation Announcement 

ROAD CONSTRUCTION

OAK HILL EXTENTION - Begins September 24th
(35 Oak Hill-Bear Ridge) 

 

Tribal News

Constitution Draft

 

 

Penobscot Indian Nation

Tribal Disbursement Notice

The annual payout for 2018 will be dispersed as follows:

  • Direct Deposit will be available on November 2nd
  • Checks will be available on November 16th
  • The deadline for direct deposit is September 28th, no exceptions.   Please notify us if:

*You have moved

*You have changed your banking information

(also for your children if applicable) 

Please call Angie Brown @ 817-7311 to update any changes.   Or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Help us keep your records accurate to insure you receive your Trust payout in a timely fashion. 

*REMEMBER, IF YOU SIGN UP FOR DIRECT DEPOSIT, YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR FUNDS TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE CHECKS GO OUT!

 

COMMITTEE VACANCIES

LAND COMMITTEE

CENSUS COMMITTEE (Must be 50 yrs of age or older)

Committee Application Forms are available at the Chief’s Office

Please see Mary Settles

 

 

PENOBSCOT NATION

2018-2019 LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LIHEAP)

It’s that time of year when LIHEAP Program will start taking applications. 

 A hard copy is available at Social Services building located at 2 Down Street, Indian Island.  Please call (207) 817-3167 Ext. 6 for more information.  As always, please feel free to share any comments or questions.  Please see below for the intake schedule for the FY 2019 LIHEAP year.

 

 

Public Notice

 

Upcoming Health Dept. Closures

 Staff meeting:

Wednesday October 3

 

 

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN COACHING THE INDIAN ISLAND SCHOOL BOYS’ OR GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR,
PLEASE SEND A LETTER OF INTENT TO:

ANNEMARIE SWANSON
INDIAN ISLAND SCHOOL
10 WABANAKI WAY
INDIAN ISLAND, ME  04468

LETTERS OF INTENT MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN COB OCTOBER 10th.

 

 

DEMOLITION CELEBRATION

Join us to recognize the history of the Nohkomess Apartments and to take another step towards a new future, before the building is demolished.  After years of work and commitment by the Penobscot Nation and key partners the first step in construction of a new elderly apartment building is about to begin.

Tribal leaders, residents of Nohkomess apartments, elders, project partners, and community members are invited.  We will begin with a picture of tribal elders in front of the building, and conclude with the first crash of the shovel on the building.

Light refreshments will be available following this.

When: Monday, September 24, 2018 at 9 AM
Where: Parking lot in front of 2-9 Nohkomess St.

 

WANT TO SPEND A FALL WEEKEND WITH OTHER WABANAKI TEENS LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE WATER, WILDLIFE AND LAND?

COME TO WaYS FALL MINI-CAMP ALONG THE PENOBSCOT RIVER!

 

The 10 th Annual

Ralph K. Thomas 8k Run, 2.5 Mi. walk

 

WATER SECURITY SUMMIT

A forum for grassroots action on water rights and security in Maine

Saturday ~ September 29 ~ 9am-4pm

Buchanan Alumni House-University of Maine, Orono, Maine