Upcoming Events
  • Wichita Travel Plaza Cashiers Needed

    The Wichita Travel Plaza is hiring part-time entry level cashiers.  Applicants must possess a valid Oklahoma drivers' license, have reliable transportation and be able to work flexible schedules.  Apply in person at The Wichita Travel Plaza 1 mile North of Anadarko.  Applications are available onsite.  Indian preference applies.

  • Honor the Child Day
    April 23, 2015

    "Honor the Child Day"

    Parade & Children's Celebration

    April 23, 2015

    8:45 AM to 2:00 PM

    Beginning on E. Broadway & Ending At Oklahoma Street Junior High School Gym

    * Parade * KID-I-D-Kits * Moon bounce * *Cultural Educational Activities* Information Booths*

    Petting Zoo * Pony Rides * Face Painting* Children's Train Rides

    Ages 6 & Under are welcome!

    Prior Registration is necessary to receive accurate lunch count.

    Lunch & T-Shirts are provided.

    Information : 247-8621

    See the flyer here.

  • Rabies Clinic
    Wednesday, May 20, 2015

    Vaccinations given by certified veterinarians. Free to dogs and cats of Indian owners. Sponsored by Wichita Health and CHR programs. More information can be found here

  • BIA TREES Pathways Program
    Apply by June 2015

    Tuition assistance, internships, and job placement, available to Native American and Alaska Native forestry and natural resources students. More information can be found in this flyer

  • 2015 Annual General Council Meeting
    July 18, 2015

    2015 Annual General Council Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2015. More details to be posted later. 

  • Annual Dance
    August 13 – 16, 2015

    The Annual Dance this year will be August 13 - 16, 2015. More details to come.

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Wichita Tribes Blog

Wichita Service Club

Wichita Memorial

The Wichita Service Club is an organization made up of women who will devote their time and energy to serve the Wichita People. This club is one of the oldest organizations within the Wichita Tribal structure and other Native American Cultures. The club was organized in 1918 during World War I. During that era there were many participants. These women all came out to help the other families and each other, which is still one of their main endeavors today. In order to accomplish this, the Wichita Service Club raises funds for Veteran and Active Armed Service Personnel activities such as homecoming dinners and dances. Also, the club prepares bereavement dinners for those who have served.  They also assist Wichita Tribal organizations with their activities.

Fundraisers are the main source of money that the club has, along with donations and membership dues. So far the group has raised enough money for all corrections, additions, upkeep and beautification of the Wichita Warriors Monument located at the entrance of the Wichita Administration Building.

Membership is open to enrolled Wichita tribal members, spouses married to a Wichita tribal member, a Wichita descendent or anyone with an affiliation to a service member. The membership dues are $5.00 a year. Those interested may contact Nahusheah Mandujano (405) 247-2425 ext. 156 between the working hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm.

If you have any additions or corrections to the memorial, please contact Nahushseah Mandujano.