Miisaninawiind :: Waatebagaa-giizis :: Sept 9 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.

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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! This week's updates include news on the wild rice event with BFI, Red Cliff sew-on patches, and Supaman at the Big Top Chautauqua! For posters and other up-to-the-minute information, check our Facebook page here.

Around Red Cliff
Native American rapper Supaman in concert at Chautauqua
On August 31 st , The Boys & Girls Club of Gitchigami took youth up to Big Top Chautauqua to watch Native American rapper Supaman. Youth learned some life lessons from Supaman himself, and a few got lucky to go up on stage with him!
Supaman is the stage name of Christian Parrish Takes the Gun, a rapper and fancy dancer from Crow Agency, Montana. He is known for performing in his fancy dance regalia and for his lyrics highlighting the challenges of reservation life. He has received two Native American Music Awards recognitions - one in 2017 for Best Narrative in a Music Video, and in 2018 for Best Music Video Concept.
The Boys & Girls Club of Gitchigami wants to thank Big Top Chautauqua for hosting this family fun event and the chance to meet Supaman. We would also like to thank everyone for the support they give to the Boys & Girls Club of Gitchigami!
Rice harvesting this week!
Come join the Family & Human Services B.F.I. program this September 14th (Saturday) for a fun day of ricing and singing around the Elk Hunt Camp on Chippewa Lake. Meeting at the Casino parking lot at 8:45 AM and leaving at 9:00 AM. Participants will need their Tribal ID and wild rice permits with them.

Contact Scott Babineau for further info at (715) 779-3706
Red Cliff patches now available
Interested in Native music?
Check out the directory of winners from the 2018 NAMA awards at the following link, or click here for an archive of music videos by past winners.

Community Updates
Follow the link below to see announcements for upcoming events!

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