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Month: March 2024

Announcing “Mystery Drawings” to honor all Brothertown!

This announcement comes with warmth and appreciation to all Brothertown for their exceptional volunteerism, engagement, and willingness to lend a helping hand when needed. It has been the “Brothertown Way” since we were founded 238 years ago in 1785; and we continue to live the way our founders envisioned: helping one another. 

Thank you!

But (there always is a but), while we have been very busy, the next few years will be the most challenging time for fulfilling our foundational goals of Restoration.  Without you, it could not happen; with you – we all can succeed! Please read the information below. Again, thanks to every one of you.

T-Shirt Design Contest Open for Lake Winnebago Water Walk

We have much artistic Talent in the Brothertown Tribe, asking for you for your design ideas! (limit 4 designs per person)

Get the whole family involved, be exited to see your design worn by all the walkers! Better yet, join the event by walking with others wearing your design!

The 10th annual Lake Winnebago Water Walk is taking place June 13-15th. Ahead of the event, Brothertown Indian Nation is seeking t-shirt designs. See the flyer below for more information.

Prepare for 2024 Tribal Elections

The 2024 Tribal Election will take place on May 18th. In-person voting will happen at the Cultural Center (1866 Hwy 151, Brothertown). Absentee ballots will also be mailed to all eligible voting members. If this is your first time visiting the Brothertown Cultural Center is located in the Town of Brothertown, the GPS official address is: 1866 Hwy 151, Chilton, WI 53014)

For the first time, vote in-person at our New Cultural Center on May 18th from 10 am to 1 pm.

While not everyone is able to serve as an officer, be a council member, or serve on a committee, there is something every adult member 18 years or older in our Brothertown Tribe can do to ensure their voice is heard, that is by exercising your right to VOTE. By voting, we confirm that we care enough about our tribe to take the time to vote for those members who will help our tribe move forward. If you would like to run for a position in a future election, please contact one of the Election Committee members listed below.

More info can be found at www.brothertownindians.org/elections-2/ .