Community Calendar for Monday April 16, 2018
- Warm Springs ECE is celebrating the Week of the Young Child. Today is Music Monday. Through music, children can develop math, language and literacy skills – all while having fun and being active. Practice clapping, drumming or stomping to the beat of music while counting with your kiddos.
- It’s late start Monday at schools in the Jefferson County 509J school district. At the Warm Springs K-8 Academy school starts at 9:45 and kids should be at school by 9:30.
- Head Start Policy Council meets this morning at 9:00 at ECE
- Tribal Council will meet today. This morning’s agenda items are: updates from the Secretary-Treasurer and Chief Operations Officer; the May Agenda, Travel Delegations and Review of Minutes; and Draft Resolutions; This afternoon is a Legislative Update Call; Enrollments; and the January & February Financial Update.
- Senior Fitness Class is at 10:45 at the Senior Center. Senior fitness class participants are invited to eat lunch – today they are having buffalo chicken sandwiches, fresh cut veggies and tropical fruit. A noon there is Functional Fitness in the Aerobics Room and Pi-Yo class at the I H S atrium. This afternoon at 4 is Turbo Kick Class at the Center.
- There is Women’s Prayer Group at the Presbyterian Church from 12:15-12:45 today.
- Warm Springs Community Health at the Health & Wellness Center has a Behavior Health Clinic every Monday and Friday, walk-in appointments are available between 1 and 5pm. Children, adolescents and adults are welcome.
- There is Women’s Talking Circle today at 2:00 at the Behavioral Health Center. There is also an Adolescent Substance Abuse Education class at 4:30 and Aftercare at 5:30.
- The Warm Springs Vocational Rehabilitation Program has orientation today at 3pm at their office in the industrial park. Learn more by calling 553-4952.
- Victims of Crime Services has a Women’s Support Group today at the VOCS office, 1108 Wasco Street, behind the Old Boys’ Dorm. It’s from 3-5pm.
- Madras High School JV & Varsity Softball host Gladstone today – games are at 4:30; Baseball teams travel to Gladstone.
- Aglow Bible Study is this evening at High Lookee Lodge from 6:15-7:30.
- The Warm Springs Baptist Church is having a revival tonight thru Wednesday at 6:30 each evening. Special guest is Evangelist Gerry Locklear from the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.
- The Madras-Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Board of Director’s will meet tomorrow at noon in the Chamber Conference Room.
- The Kahneeta Mini-Marathon is on Saturday. You can register up until Wednesday at a discounted price at the Recreation Department. The cost goes up after that.
- Recreation and Head Start are putting on the annual penny carnival to celebrate Week of the Young Child on Wednesday from 5-7pm at the Community Center. Contact Joe or Carol at the Community Center to sign up for a booth.
- The annual Redsides Powwow in Maupin is Wednesday. Host drum is The Black Lodge Singers. There is a dinner at 5:00 in the Maupin Elementary gym – bring a side dish, dessert or salad if you can. Social dancing and games will begin at 6:30 in the high school gym. All dancers and drummers are welcome.
- There is an N’Chi Wana Pum Canoe meeting on Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 at the Greeley Heights Community Building.
- There is a family movie night on Wednesday at 5:30 at the old elementary school gym. They will show Moana. Don’t forget to bring your own seating.
- A Candidates Forum for Jefferson County Commissioner candidates will take place on Wednesday at 5:30pm at Madras COCC. A forum for County Clerk candidates is scheduled for April 25th.
The Warm Springs Tribal Scholarship application and packet are now available on the Tribal website. July 1st is the deadline.
The Recreation Spring Yard Sale will be on May 12th in front of the Community Center. Contact Carol at 541-553-3243 if you want to set up a table.
Darkness to Light training will be offered in Warm Springs on May 2nd. The program teaches adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. To reserve a spot, call or text Rosa at 541-350-5200. Scholarships are available and food will be provided.