Elders

Seneca Elder Summer Jamboree

Attention Elders! Come out and visit, while we celebrate YOU at this year’s Summer Elder Event – Seneca Elder Summer Jamboree at the Seneca Allegany Casino on Thursday, August 18th! Questions? Please call 716-865-5777, ext. 5500. See flyer below for details:

Elders

Farmers Market Coupons for Elders NOW available at AOA!

Help us spread the word! Effective July 18th, 2022, Farmer’s Market Coupon booklets can be picked up at the Allegany Elder Center or the Wini-Kettle Senior Center. Coupons may also be requested online at: https://form.jotform.com/SNAOA/2022SFMNP For more information contact them at: Cattaraugus Territory:716-532-5777 Allegany Territory:716-945-8414

Elders

Seneca Nation AOA Title VI “Needs Assessment” Survey

Submitted by Irma Cortes We, as a Nation, place great value on our Elders and we are hoping these interviews will help us better understand the needs of our Elders in our Community. So, ATTENTION ALL ELDERS: Please stop by your respective AOA Office or call to schedule an appointment with us if you are […]

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Attn: Seneca Members

We are organizing a Survivors/Attendee list for those who have attended the Indian Residential Boarding Schools. We are looking to preserve our Seneca Nation history. If you attended one or more of the Indian Boarding schools, we want to invite you to share your experience by filling out the following survey. Any story / experience that you […]

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Better Balance Classes

Six Steps to Better Balance Classes at AOA To register, sign-up at AOA or call Allegany Office at 716.945.8414 or Cattaraugus Office at 716.532.5777. See flyer below for details:

Community News

On Eagle’s Wings (OEW) “Summer of Hope” 2022

On Eagle’s Wings (OEW) “Summer of Hope” was held at the Saylor building on the Cattaraugus Territory earlier this month. Sponsored by surrounding churches, including the Wesleyan Church, the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, both in Bucktown area and Pillar of Fire, from Dunkirk, NY. The OEW group consists of young adults from recognized tribes across […]

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O’NIGÖËI:YO:H – THINKING IN INDIAN:

Exhibition of Hodinöhsö:ni’ artists at the University at Buffalo on display through OCTOBER 2, 2022 buffalo.edu Above: The title of the exhibition is inspired by one of the founders of Native American Studies at the University at Buffalo, Dr. John Mohawk “Sotsisowah” (Seneca). Thinking in Indian A John Mohawk Reader O’nigöëi:yo:h – Thinking in Indian […]