EAP Encourages Healthy and Active Lifestyles
By Crystal McNeill, Diabetes Program Coordinator
The Eagle Adventure Program (EAP) is a program designed to present and de monstrate the importance of nutrition, physical activity, and the prevention of Type 2 diabetes to students of grades 1-3.
To view entire article, please visit Page 12 of the Chaticks si Chaticks Spring 2014 Issue.
Photo Caption: Suzy Knife Chief (L to R), Jamie Jestes, Crystal McNeill and Rosetta Clark (eagle mascot) visit area schools to promote healthy lifestyles. Photo by John D. McAlister, printed with permission
Public Notice: The Pawnee Nation Gaming Commission is in the process of revising the Pawnee Nation Tribal Internal Control Systems for Gaming Operations. We are required by the Pawnee Nation Gaming Ordinance to publish documents for a 30-day public comment period. Click here for the TRIBAL INTERNAL CONTROL STANDARDS FOR CASINOS document.
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