HELENA, Mont. (NMB) – Lieutenant Governor Mike Cooney on Wednesday announced the launch of a second tour of the Main Street Montana – Rural Partners Project, which will be held on each of Montana’s eight Native American reservations.
A press release says that over the next two months, Lt. Governor Cooney will hold roundtables on all eight reservations to identify ways the Rural Partners Project can assist with current and ongoing efforts.
They met with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe on Thursday, and the meetings will continue next week. On Tuesday, June 4th they will meet with the Blackfeet Tribe and on the 5th, they will meet with the Fort Peck Tribe. On Thursday, June 6th, they will meet with the Crow Tribe and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.
On Thursday, June 13th, they will meet with the Fort Belknap Tribe and on Friday, they will meet with the Chippewa Cree Tribe. The last meeting will be on Tuesday, July 9th with the Little Shell Tribe.