United Houma Nation

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  • Oct 13, 2014

    The votes are in!  Thank you to the people who took the time to vote for the Outdoor Movie in conjunction with the Rougarou Fest on Saturday, October 25th following the festival parade which begins at 7:00 pm.  The winner is "Beetlejuice" by a landslide.   ..

  • Oct 09, 2014

    The National Institutes of Health is accepting applications from young adults ages 15 to 20 for its Media-Smart Youth: Eat, Think, and Be Active! ® (MSY) Teen Leaders Program<http://www.nichd.nih.gov/msy/teenleaders/Pages/default.aspx>. The MSY program includes 10 lessons with activities that explore media, nutrition, and physical activity, and concludes with a capstone project, the "Big Production"—a media product that youth participants create to encourage their peers to eat healthy and move more. Teen leaders carry out the program from start to finish. In return, they get leadership experience, community service hours, and recognition from the NIH, plus training and $1,000 for program expenses. Applications are due October 24. ..

  • Oct 01, 2014

    Job Opening ..

  • Oct 01, 2014

    Congratulations to Ms. Bette Billiot on being selected as one of five recipients of the Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy 2014 Gulf Guardian Fellowships.  Ms. Billiot proposed in her submission to work on developing a grass roots group of tribal citizens to ensure the UHN has a voice in coastal restoration as well as a team of community representatives that can support one another in ensuring the Houma Nation voice is heard.  Funding provided in the fellowship will be used to assist with training for all interested tribal members as well as travel assistance for out of town and distant meetings as needed. ..