Meteorologists Matt Dipiro & John Hammersmith will be visiting the Kiowa Complex on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. They will present information on severe weather and some precautions you can take to keep you and your family safe. Event is open to the public from 11:00 AM-12:00PM inside the Red Buffalo Hall, Kiowa Tribal Complex in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Everyone is invited to attend.
Published in New York Times, May 15, 2019. N. Scott Momaday is 1 of 15 of the philosophy series that is featured inside New York Times. Momaday is a Kiowa Novelist and Pulitzer Prize Winner. His novel House of Dawn is considered the first of major work of Native American Renaissance.
Kiowa Chapter of the Native American Church (NAC) Dedication & Blessing Ceremony. The Kiowa NAC thanks the Kiowa Tribe for blessing them with such a beautiful teepee as well as the family of the late Harding & Pearl Bigbow for the poles. They said, "this church, Native American Church, has been around for many years and this teepee will help us carry on for many more years to come."
The Kiowa Tribe had a part in the All Sports Banquet hosted by Carnegie Public Schools. A collaboration with Kiowa Higher Education and the Kiowa Tribe Youth Sports & Activities Program presented scholarships to two accomplished student-athletes: Brisa Lopez and Tristan Hainta, Carnegie High School Class of 2019. The scholarships will go toward the college or university of their choice for the academic Fall 2019 year.
This was the first for the Kiowa Tribe and its programs to present a scholarship to enrolled Kiowa students. Special congratulations to the students and programs for their accomplishments.
It only takes three seconds to create a first impression, which is why dressing appropriately is important. Rather it's an interview or first day on the job, you want the 'right message' of professionalism. Help the Kiowa Higher Education Program create a Clothing Bank to aide individuals seeking a brighter future; we want them to feel confident during that first interview, career fair, or 1st day of work. For more information call the Kiowa Higher Ed Office at (580) 654-6324. "ah-ho"