Community Calendar for Sunday April 21, 2019
- Warm Springs CPS Center is seeking donations of DVD’s for kids to watch. They need to be age appropriate – nothing rated-R. Donations can be dropped off at the CPS front office.
- 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.
- Easter Sunday Services will held at The Door Christian Fellowship Church, 2315 Hollywood Blvd, in Warm Springs begin at 11:00 this morning. For information contact Pastor Desmond Wheeler 541-419-7521.
- 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
- The Madras Elks Lodge’s annual Easter egg hunt is 1:00 today at Sahalee Park in Madras.
- Tomorrow is a regular late start Monday for 509J schools.
- Here is what is on the Tribal Council agenda for Monday: an update from attorney John Ogan, the May agenda, travel delegations, and minutes review and a County Line 2 Fire Update. In the afternoon there is a state and federal legislative update call and then they will meet on enrollments. At 3:30 the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund project approval is on the agenda and then Kahneeta at 4:00.
- The Wellbriety “Celebrating Families” class for parents only is tomorrow from 9am until noon on the 3rd floor at the Behavioral Health Center in the old Girls Dorm. Today’s topic is: Anger Management. You do need to be signed up for class to participate. This is the last day for new participants. Call Paul or Sarah at 553-3205 to learn more.
- Head Start Policy Council meets tomorrow at noon at ECE.
- The Fish & Wildlife Committee will meet tomorrow from 3-5pm at the Tribal Admin Building, conference room 3.
- There is a Victim Impact Panel Tuesday from 6-7:30pm at the Warm Springs Baptist Church. Community members are welcome to attend and listen.
The 30th Annual Honor Senior Day is May 10th at the Agency Longhouse. Everyone is welcome to attend and if you want to be on theme – wear your boots, chaps and cowboy hats! Contact the Senior Program if you would like to help out – 541-553-3313.
There will be a Student Summer Work Program for high school students and college students in Warm Springs. Applications need to be submitted to the Work Experience Development Department at Education Building. Native American students ages 14-24, who are enrolled in traditional and alternative high school are eligible – the deadline is May 23rd. College students of any age may apply and they have until June 27th. Contact the WEDD office at 541-553-3324 for details.