Domestic Violence Awareness Halloween Dash Zaniya Inyankaip Healthy Run! Cansayapi Lower Sioux Indian Community Sponsored Event Friday, October 25th | Lower Sioux Historic Agency Site 32469 County Highway 2, Morton, MN 56270 4:45pm – Registration Begins Race shirts available while supplies last. Face-painting and pumpkin painting. Snacks and beverage available. 5:15pm – 1 Mile Elder […]
If you have diabetes, you are at higher risk for having heart disease. There are several risk factors for heart disease. Many can be prevented or controlled. Here are ways you can reduce your risk for heart disease. Ways you can reduce your risk for Heart Disease (PDF) For more information on how to have […]
Celebrate American Heart Month by visiting with your Lower Sioux Community Health Dietitian, Stacy Hammer and learn how to eat healthier for your heart! One scientifically proven way to reduce your risk for heart disease is by following the Mediterranean Diet. Following are a few tips on what the Mediterranean diet is and how you […]
The Sioux Chef Indigenous foods demonstration and Community meal was a successful evening filled with amazing food and education. A special Thank you to the American Indian Cancer Foundation for sponsoring the evening and Chef Sean Sherman for educating our Community on the reintroduction of our Indigenous foods.
Cheyanne St. John participated in the Bush Foundation Native Nation Rebuilders Seminar hosted at Mystic Lake Casino. This seminar addresses many issues in Indian Country from self determination, sovereignty and the political processes implemented by successful Indian Nations throughout the country. She has been selected for the 2014 Cohort 6 and will be traveling to conferences throughout the […]
December 29th Meal at 11:00 a.m. Workshop and Speaker at Noon Limited supplies Sign up at the Rec Center Sponsored by the Tobacco Prevention Program
The 6th Annual Diabetes Awareness Dinner was a successful evening hosted by the Lower Sioux Diabetes Program on November 20th, 2014. A special thank you to the informative presentation by Endocrinologist; and Leech Lake tribal member, Dr. Tiffany Beckman, and honored guest, Olympic Gold Medalist, Billy Mills.
We wanted to share with you how we spent our money from SMSC. Solar Panels There are now solar panels on the roof of the recreation building! This was made possible from a $151,400 grant Lower Sioux received from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC). With the installation of these panels we will now be […]
Promoting Maternal and Early Child Health The Family Spirit Home Visiting Program Aims to: Prepare for labor and delivery Learn how your baby develops Strengthen family relationships Address challenges with support Achieve personal goals Families that would like to sign up for the home visiting program will receive incentives such as baby care items and home safety supplies […]
Why count carbohydrates? Carbohydrates are foods that turn into blood glucose when they are processed by the body. To maintain target blood glucose levels, there should be a balance between carbohydrates and insulin (which is made by pancreas or taken by injection). Counting carbohydrates is a way to plan the amount of carbohydrates you eat, […]