Community Calendar for Sunday November 4, 2018
- Did you remember to set your clocks back an hour?
- Warm Springs Christian Fellowship meets this morning at 9:30 at the Senior Center.
- The Warm Springs Baptist Church has Sunday School at 10:00 and Worship Service at 11:00 this morning.
- The Warm Springs Food Bank is located at the Presbyterian Church. They are open from 11:30-1:30 today. All food banks and pantries do take donations of non-perishable food or cash
- It is late start Monday at the Warm Springs K-8 Academy tomorrow. Kids should be at school by 9:35, school starts at 9:45am. Rise & Shine kids can arrive at 8am.
- The Warm Springs K-8 Academy Book Fair is all this week in the community room during school hours. Wednesday and Thursday it will be open during parent conferences.
- Tribal Council will meet on Monday. Here are the agenda items: Bureau of Indian Affairs Update; Office of Special Trustee Update; Realty Items; Columbia River Tribal Housing; Legislative Update Conference Call; and Tribal Attorney Updates
- An after School Academic Enrichment program at the Warm Springs K-8 Academy will begin tomorrow. 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 tomorrow 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 have been rescheduled. Agency is tomorrow 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 Warm Springs Police Department has an Anonymous Crime Tip Line 541-553-2202. If you have information about criminal activity and wish to report without identifying yourself, call this Tip Line to leave a message. There is no caller ID used on this line – you can remain completely anonymous. The number is 553-2202.
The Simnasho Community is having a Veteran’s Appreciation Dinner Monday November 12 at the Simnasho Longhouse. There will be one seven of Washut at 5pm. A potluck dinner will follow at 6. Everyone is welcome to share a meal with our veterans. Vets and families can bring a picture or memorabilia to display for the evening.
A Jefferson County Victims Assistance advocate comes to Warm Springs on the third Wednesday of every month at the Victims of Crime Services office located at 1108 Wasco Street. Folks can get help with things like case assistance, paperwork, and other resources. Appointments can also be made for other times. For information call Ken Clark 541-475-4452 or VOCS 553-2293.