Miisaninawiind :: Gashkadino-giizis :: Nov 4 2019

We welcome our readers to the Miisaniinawind!
We are excited to connect  with our community members and friends.

The Miisaniinawind brings you important news, announcements and updates, designed specifically for the Red Cliff community. But that's not all. The weekly eNewsletter will also provide news about neighboring tribes, communities and broader issues that matter to you.

If you have photos, news or information you'd like to share, please email submissions to communications@redcliff-nsn.gov.

We hope you enjoy, and look forward to seeing you soon!


Chairman Richard "Rick" Peterson
& Red Cliff Tribal Council

This Week In Red Cliff
Boozhoo and welcome to the Miisaninawiind weekly newsletter! For posters and other up-to-the-minute information, check our Facebook page here or our Events page here.

Fall Back One Hour
Daylight Saving Time ended Sunday, November 3rd
As you prepare to set your clocks back one hour, remember to check the batteries in your carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. If you don’t have a battery-powered or battery back-up CO alarm, now is a great time to buy one. More than 400 people die each year in the United States from unintentional, non-fire related CO poisoning.
CO is found in fumes produced by furnaces, vehicles, generators, stoves, lanterns, gas ranges, or burning charcoal or wood. CO from these sources can build up in enclosed or partially enclosed spaces. People and animals in these spaces can be poisoned and can die from breathing CO. When power outages occur during emergencies such as severe winter storms, the use of alternative sources of power for heating or cooking can cause CO to build up in a home, garage, or camper and to poison the people and animals inside.
                                       Bryan Daley, Environment Health Specialist
Vice-Chairman Nathan Gordon honored by NATOW
The Native American Tourism of Wisconsin board has chosen Nathan Gordon to receive a WTTC Tribal Excellence Award for TLAC's Outstanding Member.

The Tribal Excellence Awards are presented annually during the Wisconsin Tribal Transportation Conference (WTTC). The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) and the Inter-Tribal Task Force (ITTF) are proud of the successful collaborations we have facilitated in the areas of transportation safety improvements, historic preservation, and consultations in business and labor development. The Tribal Transportation Excellence Award was created to honor our partners.

Nathan's hard work and dedication has played a vital role in this success. This award recognizes his valuable contributions and efforts, and to thank you for your work.
New Tribal ID Card Design
The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has a new Red Cliff Tribal Membership Identification Card. The design was voted on at the October 7, 2019 Council Meeting.
The card design was installed onto the Tribal Membership software on October 17, 2019. The cards also have a hologram on them for extra security.

The cards are available at the Red Cliff Tribal Administration Building at 88455 Pike Rd, Bayfield, WI 54814.
You will need to stop by and update your information to get a new Red Cliff Tribal Membership ID Card.
Community Updates
Follow the link below to see announcements for upcoming events!

Red Cliff Tribal Administration Office 
88455 Pike Road 
Bayfield, Wi. 54814