Tuesday, August 31, 2010



The event we’ve all been eagerly awaiting, the 58th

Annual Cherokee National Holiday, is now less than a week away. This coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday, over 100,000 people from across the country will come to Tahlequah, Oklahoma, to celebrate! Dozens of activities are scheduled over three days including a parade through downtown Tahlequah on Saturday morning, a classic car show, live music, cultural games and competitions, softball tournaments, a powwow, food, refreshment and more. The Cherokee National Holiday is good, wholesome fun for the entire family and you can get all the details by visiting http://holiday.cherokee.org/ The theme of this year’s holiday is “Happy, Healthy People” and what a perfect opportunity that makes for you to begin living a more active and healthy lifestyle. http://cherokeechallenge.cherokee.org/ to see how you can participate in several different runs and other healthy competitions. This year is also the 10th anniversary of the Cherokee National Youth Choir. Acting as ambassadors for the Cherokee Nation, the youth choir has traveled across the country while promoting Cherokee culture, music and the preservation of the Cherokee language. A new CD, entitled “Then & Now”, commemorates the growth of the choir over the past decade and is now available. Details are online at http://choir.cherokee.org/

Wado! (Thank you)

Cherokee Nation
P.O.Box 948
Tahlequah, OK 74465

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