Penobscot Nation

kkʷey (hello), and welcome to the home of the Penobscots
"...the oldest continuous government in the world..."

 

Tribal News

Public Hearing/General Meeting 

On September 06, 2018 a petition was submitted to the Tribal Clerk’s office calling for a Special General Meeting. 

A Public Hearing will be held for the draft Constitution of the Penobscot Nation (version dated 12/18/17) and then sent to General Meeting requesting a vote by referendum on the draft Constitution.

The Public Hearing will be held Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 6:00 pm, Sockalexis Arena; the Special General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 6:00 pm, Sockalexis Arena. 

 

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

EMERGENCY BRIDGE REPAIR

Forestry is planning on doing emergency bridge repair on the Little Taylor Brook BridgeForestry is planning on doing emergency bridge repair on the Little Taylor Brook Bridgein Lakeville. SEE MAP. This is located on the Depot Road about ¼ mile north of thePIN/Passamaquoddy boundary line. THE BRIDGE WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC.

The work is scheduled to start in the morning of Tuesday October 16 and should becompleted by the following day. Please contact Russ Roy 817-7339, 356-5017 (cell) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions

 

 

Are You a Military Veteran?
You May Be Entitled to Benefits!

JOIN US FOR THE MONTHLY VETERAN OUTREACH
Wednesday, October 17th 10am-3pm Senior Meals Site

Gary Gutierrez,
Legal Administrative Specialist,
Togus VA

Advocate for Veterans and assist in processing claims Land Committee from pre to post actions

 

 

PENOBSCOT NATION YOUTH PROGRAM HALLOWEEN PARTY

FRIDAY OCTOBER 26TH
SOCKALEXIS ARENA
4:00-6:30PM

4PM-5:30PM    ACTIVITY TABLES, FOOD AND PIE WALK FOR ADULTS.
5:30PM-6PM    PET PARADE AND COSTUME PARADE
6PM-6:30PM    HAUNTED HOUSE

EVERYONE IS WELCOME! COME DRESSED UP AND YOU CAN BE ENTERED INTO DOOR PRIZES.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL JOHN NEPTUNE AT 659-3490 OR BRITTNEY FIELDS AT 217-1906

The 10 th Annual

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

Hello,

For the past 10 years, several of us in the community have organized and put on a road race, to help raise money and awareness for diabetes, a disease as we know that affects many tribal members. This race also honors and recognizes a great Penobscot runner, Ralph Thomas, who is a member of the Maine Running Hall of Fame and is a role model to our youth. The race is also a way to generate interest in running and walking within our community, which as research shows, helps in combatting diabetes. The event is a great way to exercise and then meet and talk over a light meal. We are also looking for donations for the event and this can be done until Friday November 2nd.

If you would like to donate an item or time, please contact Dee Love at 817-7301 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sincerely

Ralph K Thomas Race Committee

 

 

Time to Pickup Your Medications?

  • Please provide 1 business day of notice for prescription pick
  • Is your prescription expired? Depending on the medication, your prescription may expire 6 months to 1 year from the time it was written.
  • Are you up to date on your lab work? Some prescriptions require that you have lab work completed to make sure you are receiving the correct dose of medication.
  • Do you have refills available? If your pill bottle says “No refills,” please allow up to 3 business days for your provider to review information and authorize additional additional medication.
  • Call the main telephone line: (207) 817 -7400 to request a refill.