BMIC receives grant to promote cultural education and preservation

March 8, 2022

Free Radon Test Kits Available to BMIC residents

During the winter, many people spend 90% of their time indoors. Radon is a harmful colorless and odorless gas that is present in 1 of every 4 homes in Michigan. Free radon test kits are available at the Tribal Administration office. Winter is the best time to test your home for radon. Learn more :

BMIC MASK MANDATE is no longer in effect as of March 1.

Behavioral Health Self Care Series offered

MSU Extension Offers Tai Chi for Diabetes Online for Free


Michigan State University Extension once more is offering Tai Chi for Diabetes, a tai chi set specifically designed by Dr. Paul Lam,  a retired family physician and tai chi master.  Dr. Lam led a team of tai chi and medical specialists to create this program with special features that make it easy to learn and is designed to prevent and improve the control of diabetes. The program will help minimize the risk of complications of diabetes by improving heart/lung function, muscular strength, flexibility, balance, and stress reduction. 


The Tai Chi for Diabetes program is based on Sun and Yang style tai chi and incorporates basic/advanced moves, warm-up, wind down, and Qigong breathing exercises. For people with or without diabetes, Tai Chi for Diabetes is a good way to start your journey to better health.  It is an enjoyable and safe set of forms which delivers many health benefits.

MSU Extension is offering Tai Chi for Diabetes each Monday starting March 14 and going through May 9th, 1:00 p.m. CT/ 2:00 p.m. ET via zoom.  This online series is led by a certified instructor of Tai Chi for Diabetes and is free to all participants.  Participants will need to register and space is limited.  To register go to :

BMIC extends mask mandate

BAY MILLS — In order to combat the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of our Tribal Nation, the Bay Mills Indian Community Executive Council is hereby adopting an indoor mask mandate effective Sept. 8 until March 1, 2022 for all citizens, employees, guests, and visitors within our tribal government and tribal enterprise operations.This indoor mask mandate applies whether you are vaccinated or unvaccinated. At this moment in time, there are no other outside, gathering, capacity, or social distancing restrictions.

Bay Mills Health Center
will be relocating to their
new facility at 12455 W. Lakeshore Drive in April. 

MSU Extension is seeking candidates for three Extension Educator positions that will focus on Field Crops Production.

Please visit and search for posting#764914 to learn how you can become the next SPARTAN WHO WILL!  Two of these positions will be in the Upper Peninsula, one will be in Lower Michigan.  MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer, committed to achieving excellence through a diverse workforce and inclusive culture that encourages all people to reach their full potential. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.

MSU Extension is seeking candidates

for an Extension Educator position that
will focus on Community Food Systems programs and partnerships.  Please visit and search for posting #763664 to learn how you can become the next SPARTAN WHO WILL! 
MSU is an affirmative-action,
equal-opportunity employer.
available at Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish Point, Mich.  Seeking retail sales, museum custodial, and historical interpreter personnel.  Begin late April or early May through Oct. 31.  Competitive wages and flexible schedules, full or part time.  Please contact Bruce Lynn, Executive Director, at 906-635-1742, or
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