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Update Oneida – April 9, 2024

Update Oneida

Please see Narcan Training flyer, for questions email
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The CEC has a new class! Intro to Microsoft OneDrive will be beginning April 17-18 1:30pm-4:30pm. Space is limited to first 15 signed up, use QR code or link to register:
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Correcting Narrative- This event will be Mon April 22 at 6-8p at NWTC. Free to attend. This event is in collaboration with NWTC, “The Community” program and Councilman Marlon Skenandore’s office. The Correcting the Narrative Campaign employs a combination of story-telling, and in-person and virtual events to promote acceptance of people with criminal records as not just, at best, taxpayers, employees, and neighbors, but rather equal citizens, employers, and potential family.
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Oneida Nation Child Support Agency’s (ONCSA) Co-Parenting Essentials is only one 2-hour session with an AM or PM session monthly to choose from. Please register via email at or this link:

ONCSA’s Cornhusk Doll Workshop and History is on May 9th. There is a deadline and you must be part of an open or closed case with us. Please call or email for inquiries about eligibility. Children 10+ are also welcome to join! Link to register:

Click this link if you are interested in discussion on Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substannces (PFAS) are a family of chemicals that impact almost 97% of people by impacting human health risks, this program is through Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council Epidemeology Center
Join the PFAS Community Discussion Tomorrow (

We are encouraging the community to wear blue every Wednesday for the month of April to show solidarity and raise awareness for Strengthening Families Month.  Please contact Julie King for details at
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Please join Family Services, Recreation and Strengthening Oneida Families for a Scavenger Hunt/Walk Event at the Oneida Flying Leaf Building on April 17th from 4-6pm!  Families are welcome to come walk and complete a scavenger hunt. Family toolkits and t-shirts will be distributed (while supplies last).  Contact Julie King for details at
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