Choctaw Nation gives back through Community Partnership Fund

  • Due to part to funding from the Community Partnership Fund, Pushmataha county was able to purchase a new Sheriff’s Department vehicle, make much-needed repairs to the fair building and upgrade the courthouse boiler system. The Choctaw Community Partnership Fund is a voluntary distribution to cities and counties within the Choctaw Nation 10½ county jurisdiction that operate Tribal non-gaming businesses. Courtesy photo
    Due to part to funding from the Community Partnership Fund, Pushmataha county was able to purchase a new Sheriff’s Department vehicle, make much-needed repairs to the fair building and upgrade the courthouse boiler system. The Choctaw Community Partnership Fund is a voluntary distribution to cities and counties within the Choctaw Nation 10½ county jurisdiction that operate Tribal non-gaming businesses. Courtesy photo
Community is an essential part of our Chahta culture. I’m so honored and humbled to be able to represent the Chahta people and be a part of this great community. With current events and what is happening with the Oklahoma Gaming Compact, I have realized that many people are unaware of the impact our tribes have on the State of Oklahoma. Sometimes we get so caught up in what we are doing for the…

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