On Wednesday, September 28th, 2022, the California Valley Miwok Tribe delivered this month’s food program allotments to its program director, Mildred Burley, for distribution amongst the various recognized tribal families and its citizens.
This has been a very busy and important month for the tribe in working in business, legal, personal and future endeavors, so in finding time to make food delivery was later than anticipated but nevertheless fulfilled, satisfying the tribes commitment to its families and individual citizens.
Usually Covid supplies accompany every delivery, but as the severe threat has at least temporarily passed and supplies are currently low, with no indication when resupply will be available from either Cal OES or FEMA, the tribe is holding its reserve to address any uptick in the pandemic pending resupply from the state and federal agencies of which government to government relation’s are conducted.
It was a very good day as the heat wave and following rain storms had all passed and we are currently at a calm, with sunny and pleasant weather conditions.
It was a pleasant distribution with everyone working together and numerous donation’s from friends of the tribe both within the business community and the private sector helping to address the shortfalls from the defunct and rotting edifice of incompetency known as the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
We thank everyone involved for their participation in addressing the health and nutrition of our tribal people’s in the face of the BIA’s aristocratic totalitarianism.
The tribe would like to thank the United States Department of Agriculture, FEMA, Cal OES, the Grocery Outlet, Costless Stores Inc., Walmart Stores Inc.,
Food For Less Stores Inc., the community of Morada California, volunteer’s and our Program Director, Mildred Burley.