Maquam Bay of Missisquoi

History

In 2015, the Abenaki Tribal Council established the Maquam Bay of Missisquoi (MBM), whose aim was to improve the socio-economic and educational conditions of community members.

The MBM (a non-profit organization) became the “social service” arm of the community, while the Tribal Council pursued a political agenda which could lead to formal State and Federal Recognition with appropriate rights, privileges, and dignities.

MBM oversees the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the Abenaki building located at 100 Grand Avenue in Swanton Vermont.

Any donations made to the tribe are graciously accepted by MBM.

Board of Directors

Lester Lampman

President
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Cheri-Lee Gaudreau

Vice President
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Adam Noel

Treasure
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Cody Hemenway

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Joanne Crawford

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

John Vincelette

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

April Lapan

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Lori Lapan

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Alanna Fiorini

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Amanda Hoague

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Carollee Reynolds

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Ann Lampman

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Brian Barratt

Board Member
Maquam Bay of Missisquoi, Inc
Phone: 802-868-6255

Agenda

Minutes

Meetings

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