Community Calendar for Friday January 25, 2019
- There is no school today for 509-J students – it is a Teacher Grading Day
- For those signed up for the Mt Hood Meadows – Warm Springs Ski Day trip today, meet the bus at the Community Center for an 8am departure. Wear waterproof winter gear. The bus will leave Mt Hood Meadows at 2:30 to be back in Warm Springs between 3:30 and 4.
- Tribal Council will meet today – agenda items this morning are Enrollments; December 2018 Financials; and Draft Resolutions. This afternoon are updates from the Secretary-Treasurer and Chief Operations Officer.
- A senior citizen fitness class is held Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 10:45 at the Senior Building. After class, participants can eat brunch. Today’s meal will be chili beans, corn bread and fruit.
- There is noon hoops today at the gym. There’s also Functional Fitness class at 12:10 in the Aerobics Room; and PIYO class at 12:10 in the clinic atrium.
- There is a Behavior Health Walk-In Clinic today – appointments are available between 1 and 5pm. The Medical Social Workers at the clinic can help with screenings, assessments, crisis intervention and many other things for children, adolescents and adults.
- Veterans are invited to learn more about veterans benefits and how to navigate the VA system today. Stop by from 1-3:00 at the old mill office.
- Madras High School girls’ basketball teams travel to Molalla today; Wrestlers compete in Cottage Grove; and boys’ freshman, JV & Varsity basketball host Molalla at 4, 5:30 & 7. Listen to KWSO for a broadcast of the boys’ varsity game
- Caldera’s 2019 Open Studios featuring its Artists in Residence and students is coming up tomorrow from 12:30-3:30pm. Artist will share their work with the public. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served. The Caldera Arts Center address is 31500 Blue Lake Drive in Sisters. Jefferson Greene from Warm Springs is one of the featured artists. There will be two more Open Studios on February 23 and March 23.
Candidates running in the 2019 Tribal Council Election can submit their candidate statements, with a picture to the Spilyay Tymoo. A Candidates’ Edition will be published soon. Please bring by the Media Center or email it to email@example.com. Also, if you have not done so, please schedule an interview with KWSO. If you need another copy of the questions, let us know.
The Tribal Employment Rights Office is asking people to update their skills surveys for 2019. Skills surveys are available at TERO, located in the Ventures office in the Industrial Park and at the Tribal Personnel Department.
The Jefferson County School District Board of Directors is accepting applications for its budget committee. Applications are available at the District Office in Madras or online at http://www.jcsd.k12.or.us.
Warm Springs Health & Human Services, the Community Action Team and Emergency Preparedness are sponsoring a community drive to collect items for families affected by the government shutdown. Items needed are hygiene products, paper products, laundry items, dry goods, canned food and pet food. Items may dropped off at the Community Action Team office, Family Resource Center and Emergency preparedness office.
A stonesetting for Emery Ross Yallup will be held at 9am at Simnasho Cemetery on February 2. Memorial services will follow at Simnasho Longhouse. The Lincoln’s Powwow Committee are having memorial releases and opening the longhouse floor for the Powwow.