Sokaogon Chippewa Community News

Burning Permits Required

The Environmental Department is urging residents to stop in the office and obtain their FREE burning permits, which are required before any burning takes place. After a permit is obtained, you must follow the guidelines…

Community Comes Out for Colors Walk/Run

Community Comes Out for Colors Walk/Run

It was a beautiful day for the Colors of Cancer Walk/Run, held last Saturday, May 5th. Seven individuals and families participated in the walk representing the Sokaogon Chippewa Community.

Native American Flute-Making Workshop

Native American Flute-Making Workshop

Bill Quackenbush, Ho-Chunk Nation’s Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, visited Mole Lake this last weekend to teach the art of making Native American style flutes. It was a terrific opportunity, and everyone

Forestry Completes First Prescribed Burn

Forestry Completes First Prescribed Burn

The Sokaogon Chippewa Community Forestry Department completed the first prescribed controlled burn, in coordination with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Menominee Forestry and Forest County Potawatomi Forestry.

There were

Celebrating Earth Day Every Day

Celebrating Earth Day Every Day

For nearly 20 years, Tina VanZile has encouraged Mole Lake Tribal Members to help keep the community clean. Yesterday, the tradition continued with over 60 people volunteering to put on

Generations Come Together for Saturday Brunch

Generations Come Together for Saturday Brunch

Over 25 people attended the Elder and Youth Brunch last Saturday at the Elderly Complex. Virginia Poler and Annette VanZile made pancakes, waffles and bacon. Guests also enjoyed apple