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From ARPA Senior Home Repair Program:

The ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) Home Repair Program was established by the Northern Arapaho Tribe for the purpose of home repairs for Enrolled Arapaho Senior Homeowners over the age of 55.
We have begun by taking care of the older Elders of our tribe first. We will continue with the list of applicants by age, so if you are among the younger applicants, we will get to your home at a later time. We will be in operation until 2023 so please be patient if you do not hear from us right away. We strongly recommend to everyone who wishes to apply, to please get all the necessary paperwork turned in to us by October 27, 2021. Please provide a good phone number on your application so we can contact you to come assess your home. Also, there will be no repairs approved for the Homeowner if they do not reside in the aforementioned property.
You can request an application to be emailed to you or pick up an application at the Tribal Office @ Ethete. You can email the completed application, drop it by or fax in to 307-332-7543.
If you have any questions, please call Annette @ 332-3060 ext #500 or text Francis Acebo @240-0255.
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3 days ago

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Karen C Hair

Lura Whiteplume

Is this for tribal members living on the reservation and Fremont county only?

What bout members with disability ???

What's your email address

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Hiinono’ei Hii3einoon
25 Buffalo for the Northern Arapaho have been provided through the Inter-Tribal Buffalo Council in partnership with the Nature Conservancy. The animals are traveling from the Dunn Ranch in Missouri. These buffalo are brucellosis-free and are descendants from the Wind Cave National Park herd, known to have a high rate of unique genetic alleles and traits, identified as important for conservation of buffalo as a species.
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Hiinono’ei Hii3einoon 
25 Buffalo for the Northern Arapaho have been provided through the Inter-Tribal Buffalo Council in partnership with the Nature Conservancy. The animals are traveling from the Dunn Ranch in Missouri. These buffalo are brucellosis-free and are descendants from the Wind Cave National Park herd, known to have a high rate of unique genetic alleles and traits, identified as important for conservation of buffalo as a species.
3 days ago

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Oh WOW, that is incredible, good job!!

That's wonderful news.

Yay!

That's great news.

Question: where will they be put? Or will they be allowed to roam free?

Awesome!!

Bernardo Dávila Gerardo Peña Medrano

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The ARPA Senior Home Repair Program will continue taking applications for Senior Homeowners until October 27, 2021. Please get your application in before this deadline. You may request an application to be emailed to you or pick one up at the Tribal Complex @Ethete.
Also, those of you who have an application on file with us, there is additional paperwork you will need to complete so please reach out to us so we can assist you.
If you have any questions, please contact Annette Crispin @332-3060 ext #500. You may contact Francis Acebo @240-0255 by text only.
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4 days ago

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I live nearby but off the reservation, can I still get help with my home

Sent a text to the other number listed as well. See what happens I guess.

We are trying to get ahold of these people Theresa marie wells Jessie Spoonhunter Marie Duran Alberta little Wayne brown Gloria willow Have them call the office so we can get them an application

What if you do not live on the reservation?

PatSandi Iron Cloud

Karen C Hair

Cee Berry

Called you Frances Acebo said you would return my call and still waiting

Zola Killsontop Kay Killsontop someone tell grandma to get ahold of these guys.

Is there anything for handicapped tribal members

Is the extension wrong? I got csbg.

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Dear Northern Arapaho Tribal Members,

We are pleased to inform you that the Northern Arapaho Business Council has approved additional financial assistance for Tribal seniors and elders.

Northern Arapaho Members who are 65 or older now qualify for a one-time payment of $500 to defray expenses for rent, utilities and food. The assistance is possible thanks to federal funding provided by the American Rescue Plan.

Please note these payments will not be made directly to Members. Instead, the funding will be distributed to vendors, such as the Ethete Store, to offset expenses for qualifying senior Members.

To apply for this financial assistance, senior Members may email the Northern Arapaho Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) program at csbg@northernarapaho.com or visit the CSBG office at 531-A Ethete Road, Ethete.

This one-time financial assistance is another way the NABC is trying to help vulnerable Members during this time of need. If you are eligible, please take advantage of this opportunity.
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4 days ago

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Great News for your elderly!!

I don't live on the reservation but that's great news for people who live there

Sy Sy

Claudia Lee Ogden

Lura Whiteplume

Orlena Killsontop

Dang I missed it by a year

Thanks Bobbie Wells

Cherokee Brown Show papa

It's say@ for rent and utilities so we take our bills to that ONE vendor, the store to pay these.? Kinda fucked up

Sharon Gambler

Did that post come up on your messeges helping seniors 65 $500 for utilities r food. Than having the EBT for school kids again Anna said her grangirl got EBT card in mail

Charlie Conn check this for mom

Nicole Garcia Mandy Sanchez gma

Nicole Brown

Miranda Felter

Norma Condlin Norma Condlin

Karen C Hair

Awww missed by 3 mo's that's awesome for seniors

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5 days ago

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I've applied twice already had interviews yet still couldn't get on .... I'm good to go work in kitchen ... But I'll go again 3rd time might be a charm 😉❤️💯😊 y

Why vaccine card ?

Is it 401K matching????

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