Others are using it to discuss the upcoming tribal election, announce meetings, share poetry, or connect with other Fancy Dancers.
"One Heart for the People" includes a mix of forums and blogs, photographs and video clips, and they all relate in one way or another to members of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation.
Ben-Alex Dupris, who created the new site and launched it in December, believes it's already fulfilling its purpose: It's breaking down the barriers of the reservation's four districts of Omak, Nespelem, Keller and Inchelium.
Only right now, there aren't any other Indian reservations with a social networking site, at least none Dupris could find.
Indian Country Today, a national American Indian publication, agreed. An article published last month stated that One Heart for the People is "probably unique to Indian country."
Just four months after it was launched, One Heart already has 750 members, and has received more than 200,000 hits. "In my mind, it's the reservation, but it's in cyberspace," he said.