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SCC-Job Posting-07.24.14

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WTIDC-Accounting Technician

Accounting Technician
Requirements: Ability to work using Microsoft Office suite. Good accounting, mathematics, and interpersonal skills. Ability to organize, schedule and execute tasks effectively. Education: Associate’s degree in accounting related field from an accredited institution. Submit resumes to: Wichita Tribe Industrial Development Commission, P.O. BOX 682, Anadarko, OK 73005 or fax to 405-247-5160.

REFERENDUM ELECTION NOTICE AND DOCUMENTS INCLUDING SAMPLE BALLOTS & ELECTION PROCEDURES

On Saturday July 19, 2014, a Referendum Election will be conducted at the Wichita Tribal Complex, 1 ¼ miles North of Anadarko, Oklahoma on Highway 281. The polling place will be located in the Museum area of the Wichita Tribal Cultural and Administration Building. Voting hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The purpose of the referendum election will be to accept (yes) or reject (no) proposed questions and amendments to the Wichita Governing Resolution.

All enrolled tribal members voting must have a valid tribal, state or federal photo ID.

For any amendment to pass, there must be at least 177 people who cast a vote in the July 19, 2014 Referendum Election as of May 22, 2014.

There are nine (9) proposed amendments to the Governing Resolution. The main issues include lowering the blood quantum, allowing for absentee voting, allowing for Quarterly Meetings, addressing conflict of interest and changing the number of tribal members who can petition from 20 members to 5% along with other changes to update the Governing Resolution.

Please go to http://www.wichitatribe.com to see the following:
Referendum Election Notice
Sample Ballots
Election Procedures

Sample Ballots are also on display at the Administration Building at the Wichita Tribal Complex.

REFERENDUM ELECTION NOTICE AND DOCUMENTS INCLUDING SAMPLE BALLOTS & ELECTION PROCEDURES

On Saturday July 19, 2014, a Referendum Election will be conducted at the Wichita Tribal Complex, 1 ¼ miles North of Anadarko, Oklahoma on Highway 281. The polling place will be located in the Museum area of the Wichita Tribal Cultural and Administration Building. Voting hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The purpose of the referendum election will be to accept (yes) or reject (no) proposed questions and amendments to the Wichita Governing Resolution.

All enrolled tribal members voting must have a valid tribal, state or federal photo ID.

For any amendment to pass, there must be at least 177 people who cast a vote in the July 19, 2014 Referendum Election as of May 22, 2014.

There are nine (9) proposed amendments to the Governing Resolution. The main issues include lowering the blood quantum, allowing for absentee voting, allowing for Quarterly Meetings, addressing conflict of interest and changing the number of tribal members who can petition from 20 members to 5% along with other changes to update the Governing Resolution.

Wichita Tribe to Offer Transportation for Referendum Election

The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes will be offering transportation to and from the Wichita Tribal Complex to allow enrolled tribal members 18 and over, who do not have transportation in the Gracemont/Anadarko area, the ability to vote in the Referendum Election. Children and non-enrolled individuals will not be allowed to accompany you in order to accommodate all voters that request transportation. If you are an enrolled Wichita member and need transportation to vote on Saturday then please contact Kay Ahtone, Receptionist, at (405) 247-2425 ext. 100. You will give your name, address, phone number and preference of time, morning or afternoon. You must contact Ms. Ahtone no later than 12:00 p.m. on Friday so that we can schedule a time for you to be picked up on Saturday. We will be contacting you to arrange a time for the transportation.

Oral Histories Panel-07/12/2014

The Wichita Cultural Education Program has scheduled an Oral Histories Panel discussion to be held at 1:00pm, July 12, 2014. The panel will convene at the Administration On Aging Building, Wichita Tribal Complex which is located one mile north of Anadarko on HWY. 281 and one half mile west on Wichita Lane. The Panel will consist of the Wichita elders who participated in the Oral Histories project which was conducted in 2010. The main topic to be discussed will be the Wichita kinship structure. Refreshments will be served. For more information you may contact Gary McAdams at (405) 247-2425, Ext. 169.

REFERENDUM ELECTION NOTICE AND DOCUMENTS

REFERENDUM ELECTION NOTICE AND DOCUMENTS
INCLUDING SAMPLE BALLOTS & ELECTION PROCEDURES

On Saturday July 19, 2014, a Referendum Election will be conducted at the Wichita Tribal Complex, 1 ¼ miles North of Anadarko, Oklahoma on Highway 281. The polling place will be located in the Museum area of the Wichita Tribal Cultural and Administration Building. Voting hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The purpose of the referendum election will be to accept (yes) or reject (no) proposed questions and amendments to the Wichita Governing Resolution.

All enrolled tribal members voting must have a valid tribal, state or federal photo ID.

For any amendment to pass, there must be at least 177 people who cast a vote in the July 19, 2014 Referendum Election as of May 22, 2014.

There are nine (9) proposed amendments to the Governing Resolution. The main issues include lowering the blood quantum, allowing for absentee voting, allowing for Quarterly Meetings, addressing conflict of interest and changing the number of tribal members who can petition from 20 members to 5% along with other changes to update the Governing Resolution.

Please go to http://www.wichitatribe.com to see the following:
Referendum Election Notice
Sample Ballots
Election Procedures

Sample Ballots are also on display at the Administration Building at the Wichita Tribal Complex.

Wichita Tribal Newsletter-Will be Available July 7, 2014

Due to various activities coming up that need to be in the newsletter such as the Annual Meeting, Referendum Election, Annual Dance Flyer and with this being a holiday week, the newsletter will not be out via email until Monday, July 7, 2014 and will be mailed out next week. Thank you for your understanding.