The Seminole Nation is hosting a Community Input survey meeting Tuesday evening in Shawnee.
The Seminole Nation is hosting a Community Input survey meeting Jan. 7, at the Shawnee Library in Community Room A from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. The library is located at 101 N. Philadelphia Ave. in downtown Shawnee.
All Seminole Nation tribal members are encouraged to attend. Seminole Nation tribal members will have the opportunity to give their input during the open forum portion of the meeting.
The purpose for this community input meeting is to gather information on the needs of the tribe.
Tribal members will also have the opportunity to fill out community input surveys at the meeting. The survey covers important issues the tribe is facing and the strategic direction of the tribe.
For more information about the meeting or to pick one up a survey, contact Andrea Ellis Harrison, Seminole Nation Program Development at (405) 303-2135. Program Development is located at 215 E. Evans in Seminole, Okla.