Upcoming Events

The Choctaw Nation Welcomes the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes
to the Quarterly Meeting on October 13th and 14th, 2016
Choctaw Casino Resort
4216 S. Highway 69-75, Durant, OK 74701

DRAFT AGENDA | GOLF TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

HOTEL INFORMATION:
 

Individual Call-In Reservations/Individual Guest Pay Own

 

All participants will pay for their room, tax, and incidentals charges upon checkout.  It is understood that room reservations will come directly from your guests.  It is the guest’s responsibility to submit a credit card number at the time of reservation to guarantee the room.  The credit card will be charged the first night’s room and tax at the time of reservation.

 

All reservations should be received no later than Sunday, September 25, 2016.  On this date, all rooms not utilized in the room block will be released into general inventory.  Name changes will not be accepted within fourteen (14) days prior to your group’s arrival.  All guests must provide an approved credit card or cash deposit at the Front Desk no later than check-in for incidentals.

 

Reservations are welcome by direct phone calls to the Resort reservations office at 1-800-788-2464

Please instruct your guests to refer to the block name Intertribal Fall 2016 Meeting or block code 1610FALL16

for their request to be handled as efficiently as possible.

L-R: Governor Bill Anoatubby, Chickasaw Nation, Principal Chief Leonard Harjo, Seminole Nation, Principal Chief James Floyd, Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Chief Gary Batton, Choctaw Nation, and Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee Nation.

Formed as a result of various meetings held in 1949 between various leaders and representatives of the Five Civilized Tribes, the Constitution of the Inter-Tribal Council clearly stated the objectives as follows:
··· to secure to ourselves and our descendants the rights and benefits to which we are entitled under the laws of the United States of America, and the State of Oklahoma; to enlighten the public toward a better understanding of the Indian race; to preserve Indian cultural values; to enhance and promote general educational opportunity among members of the Five Civilized Tribes; to seek equitable adjustments of tribal affairs; to secure and to preserve rights under Indian Treaties with the United States; and other-wise to promote the common welfare of the American Indians ····

Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton is now the President of the Inter-Tribal Council.