Principal Chief Bill John Baker gives his Thanksgiving address.
The Cherokee Nation kicked off its annual Angel Tree program Tuesday, hoping to serve more children than ever this holiday season. Last year, 1,700 “angels” were adopted through the Cherokee Nation. This year, more than 1,900 children have been signed up for the program. “Each year, we have more and more children sign up for the program, so we need people to adopt an angel to ensure our children have a Merry Christmas and blessed holiday season,” Principal Chief Bill John Baker said. “The Cherokee Nation Angel Tree program is about helping provide for each other, especially our youngest Cherokees.”
President Obama pardens a turkey and look back at the President John F. Kennedy assassination on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas,
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