yUdjEha nAnô sô KAnAnô ~ "We Euchees, we are still Here"
The Euchee(Yuchi) tribal community and council members have been dedicated to the accomplishment and furtherance of the Tribe's many goals. One of our more important goals is to educate those interested about our: Language, Culture and History. Achieving these goals will allow us as a Tribe to continue to exist.
Our primary goal is to promote well-being, culture and self-sufficiency, so it is of high importance to our survival as Euchee (Yuchi) people that we to sustain our identity. By supporting our people’s customs and annual ceremonies we are doing so. In conjunction with the personal growth of our Tribe, another goal becomes important. The goal to develop and implement long-term strategies for the overall social and economic development of our tribe.
Currently we are pursuing our goal of obtaining federal recognition. Federal recognition would allow our Tribe to be eligible for federal funding. This funding would allow the Tribe to seek business opportunities that would increase our ability to be socioeconomically independent both as a people and a Tribe.
Euchee "Yuchi" Military Leader: 1814
Jack "Boston" Rowe
Appointment\Selection of Tribal Council Members
The ceremonial grounds were historically, the governing structure for most affairs of the Euchee (Yuchi) Community. Today, there are still (3) three remaining ceremonial grounds. The Euchee (Yuchi) Tribal Council is chosen from this historical structure.
Two Council members shall be appointed from the three Euchee\Yuchi Ceremonial Grounds: Polecat Creek, Duck Creek, and Sand Creek by the current Chiefs and\or Committees of each Ceremonial Ground, in accordance with each Ceremonial Grounds decision making process. There will initially be two members from each ground authorized, who are Euchee\Yuchi by blood, along with three at-large members who are selected by the representatives from the Euchee\Yuchi ceremonial grounds. The three at-large will be tribal members by blood of the Euchee tribal community.
Chairman- Andrew Skeeter
Vice-Chairman- Don Cahwee
The Constitution Committee will be hosting community meetings to discuss the proposed drafts. All Comments should be received by November 15, 2013. Comments can be submitted in writing or via email EucheeConstitution@gmail.com.
All comments will be received, complied and reviewed. The revised draft will then be submitted to the community for the adoption of the Constitution. Only those that are enrolled with the Euchee (Yuchi) Tribe will be eligible to vote on the Constitution.
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