Veterans help dedicate the new governmental campus. Photo courtesy Holly Henderson / Gun Lake Tribe
The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, also known as the Gun Lake Tribe, opened the doors to its new governmental center in Shelbyville, Michigan, on Tuesday. The 111,186 square-foot facility houses all of the tribe's governmental offices. Citizens and visitors will be able to access services and programs in one convenient location.
The governmental center is located at 2872 Mission Drive in Shelbyville, Michigan. Photo courtesy Holly Henderson / Gun Lake Tribe
"I believe our ancestors ... are looking down on us with pride, for how far we have come," Chairman D. K. Sprague said at the opening, MLive reported. The five buildings at the complex, all of which feature geothermal heating and cooling, house the tribe's court, public safety, health, administration and other departments. Get the Story:
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