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Mole Lake Casino Lodge & Conference Center in Crandon, Wisconsin announced today that it will remain closed through 24 April: To our loyal guests, After thoughtful consideration, we will be extending our closure through April 24th. Mole Lake Casino Lodge will remain closed until then, at which time we will re-evaluate. The town's main attraction, the Mole Lake Casino, has remained closed since March. Vickie Ackley is the Sokaogon Chippewa Tribal Council treasurer. She has concerns about the traffic passing through the area and says the event 'could be very detrimental.' Mole Lake is currently 'covid-free,' meaning there are no active cases of the coronavirus.

Caring for the Community
Story By Cooper Henckel
Local News Published 10/23/2020 5:24PM

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Mole Lake - As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the impact on Native Americans is getting worse.

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There are over 500 federally recognized sovereign Indian Nations across the country, including 11 here in Wisconsin each with their own response to the pandemic.
Recently, the CDC found Native Americans to be more than 5 times more likely than White Americans to be hospitalized, due to COVID-19. That was the largest disparity of any racial or ethnic group measured. It also found: per capita, nearly 50 percent more people in Wisconsin's native American population have died from COVID-19 than in the state as a whole.
The Sokaogon Chippewa Community is preparing for the long-haul.
Mole Lake Casino and Lodge closed down on March 20th as part of the Community's strategy to combat COVID-19. Compared to most tribal nations across the country, the Sokaogon Chippewa Community was doing well.
But even the best plans aren't perfect.
'This is really close to my heart because we have had COVID-19 hit this community hard, we've had two tribal elders,' said SCC Health Director Jamie Zarda.
The community is tight knit
'I feel that the Sokaogon Chippewa community and its ICS system has done an exceptional job, the team itself has done an exceptional job at keeping individuals informed,' said ICS Incident Action Planner Chris McGeshick.
Closing down hasn't come without its costs
'We understand business, we understand business,' said McGeshick. 'Our gaming facility, which is our number one money maker for our community is closed and remains closed because the protection of our community is the number one goal.'Mole Lake Casino Closed
SCC has rapid tests and antibody tests, along with the more common, slower testing options.
'The capacity we have is what's unique to us,' said Zarda. 'We have three of the abbot ID machines that enable us to do lots of testing. And drive thru testing!'
The I-C-S team meets daily, stakeholders from every part of the tribal government collaborate internally and externally
'We all have different sections, we all have different job duties and responsibilities, but we're all focusing on the same intent which is to slow the spread of COVID 19,' said McGeshick.
'We work very closely with Forest County Potawatomi and forest county themselves,' said Lead Contact Tracer Maia Kegley. 'We reach out to them. They know that if they need help with contact tracing we are here to help and vice versa; they are here to help us with our contact tracing as well.'
It's a commitment to keeping their community safe that motivates the team

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'I feel like this community is feeling it really hard right now, but we're getting through it together,' said Kegley.
'We are very lucky in the sense - our community is very tight knit, very trusting,' said Zarda. 'I mean, I work here because the community is a great community.'
'We do not put a price tag on our community members' lives,' said McGeshick. 'So when we have to go through this and endure the financial pains and gains as a tribal community, it's something we reflect on on a daily basis but it's the right thing to do.'
We'll continue our coverage with lessons learned and the community's plans for the year to come next week.