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Cherokee Nation Seeking Volunteer Greeters, Way Finders for New Outpatient Health Center

TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma, Oct. 3 -- The Cherokee Nation, a federally-recognized Native American tribe, issued the following news release:

The Cherokee Nation is looking for volunteers willing to act as guides for patients and visitors at the new Cherokee Nation outpatient health center in Tahlequah.

Volunteer way finders and greeters will help others navigate the new health facility during the first few months the center is open. The new facility is the largest tribal outpat . . .

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