Community Calendar for Saturday, November 3, 2018
- There is an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting this morning at 10 at Community Counseling.
- Madras High School Boys Soccer will host a quarterfinal state playoff game today. They are playing Newport-Toledo. KWSO will broadcast the action with game time at 2pm.
- Daylight Saving Time ends at 2am. Be sure to set your clocks back an hour before you go to bed tonight.
- The Warm Springs K-8 Academy Book Fair is next week in the community room during school hours. Wednesday and Thursday it will be open during parent conferences.
- An after School Academic Enrichment program at the Warm Springs K-8 Academy will begin Monday. Registered K-8 students will be provided a meal, participate in physical activity, receive an hour of math and literacy support, followed by one of a self-chosen elective or Native language. Attendance of four nights a week from 3:30-6:00 will be required. Students will be bussed home after. Students should have brought an application home from school. If not, contact the WSK8 Academy.
- The Native Aspirations Coalition will meet Monday at noon at the Emergency Preparedness Building (1116 Wasco Street). Anyone interested in attending is welcome.
- The Agency & Seekseequa District meetings on the Proposed 2019 Tribal Budget are next week. Agency is on Monday at the Agency Longhouse. Seekseequa is on Tuesday at Seekseequa Fire Hall. Dinners are at 6, the meetings at 7.
All Warm Springs tribal and enterprise employees should attend the Comp & Benefits and Open Enrollment Fair Tuesday & Wednesday at the Community Center. It will be open from 8:30am to 5pm. If you missed your opportunity for coverage, this is a chance to sign up for health insurance, supplemental insurance, flexible spending plan, and 401K. Information sessions will be held both days and Comp & Benefits staff will be available.
The “Middle Oregon Treaty of 1855 Display” is on view at the Museum at Warm Springs until November 3. The exhibit includes six pages of the original Middle Oregon Treaty of 1855 that established the Warm Springs Reservation. The Treaty pages are on loan from the National Archives. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.