GTC Mission Statement: The Greater Tulsa Cherokees is an At-Large Cherokee Community dedicated to serving our members by providing educational opportunities and community gatherings promoting culture, tradition, language preservation, history and respect for our Elders and Veterans.

 Highlights From Our September Gathering!

Greater Tulsa Cherokees Celebrated Our One Year Anniversary Welcoming Our Cherokee National Treasures At Our September 9th Gathering.
Wado to Living Treasures Betty Frogg,  Dorothy Ice, Perry Vanbuskirk, Kathy Vanbuskirk, Roger Cain, Shawna Cain, Alice Wilder (representing her parents Will Jumper and Minnie Jumper) and Charlotte Wolfe, CN National Treasures Secretary
Wado to Councilor Wanda Hatfield for your continued support and encouragement as we are building the GTC Community!
Wado to Jimmie and Daniel Collier for bringing us the blue grass country music we love!


Join Us On October 14th for our October Gathering As We Welcome Ryan Mackey as Our Cultural Presenter

 Learn more about Cherokee culture, history, language preservation, traditions and services that are available to you as a tribal member
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