Calendar Wed., Feb. 20, 2019

Community Calendar for Wednesday February 20, 2019

  • The Land Use Planning Committee meets this morning 9am until noon at the Tribal Administration Building in conference room 3.
  • Today’s groups at the Behavioral Health Center are: Wellbriety Court group at 11am, a Women’s Group at 1:00, Anger Management at 3:30 and an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting this evening at 7.
  • There is Senior Fitness Class this morning at 10:45 at the Senior Center – following class, participants can enjoy a meal. On the menu: grilled tilapia fish tacos, avocado corn salad and peach pie.
  • There is basketball at noon today at the Community Center gym; Functional Fitness Class is at 12:10 in the aerobics room; PIYO class is also at 12:10 in the clinic atrium; and there’s women’s open gym tonight at 6:00.
  • Warm Springs Head Start will have an Early Intervention Transition meeting today at noon.
  • Warm Springs K-8 Girls Basketball teams play at Crook County Middle school in Prineville today starting at 3:30. K8 Wrestling will compete at meet at Obsidian Middle School
  • Lil’ Miss Warm Springs meetings are held on Wednesdays from 6-7:30pm. Participation in the sessions will allow girls to build on their cultural knowledge, develop confidence, public speaking skills and spend time with mentors and peers.  The Lil’ Miss Warm Springs Pageant is tentatively scheduled for May 1st.
  • Warm Springs Christian Fellowship has bible study at 6pm at the Senior Center.
  • The Warm Springs Baptist Church has Bible Study and Prayer this evening at 6:00.
  • There is a Trivia Night fundraiser at Wild Winds Station in Madras tonight at 7:00. Proceeds benefit Jefferson County Relay for Life.

Thursday 2/21

  • A Senate Bill 13 Tribal History Community Input meeting will take place tomorrow at the Agency Longhouse. They are looking for input on Tribal Sovereignty. There will be breakfast at 8:30 and the first session is from 9am to noon. Lunch will be served at noon, followed by the second session.
  • There’s a Tule Mat Class where folks will make coaster and necklace size mats tomorrow from 1:30-3:30pm in the Community Center Social Hall.
  • There is a food handler’s class tomorrow 21 2-4pm in the I H S atrium.
  • The Warm Springs Community Action Team is hosting Tribal Council Candidates’ Forums on Economic Development Issues. The Simnasho District Forum is tomorrow at Simnasho Longhouse. A dinner will be provided at 5:30 and the forum will be from 6:30-9:30. The Seekseequa District Forum will be on February 26th and Agency District Forum on February 27th.
  • The American Cancer Society Relay for Life Jefferson County kickoff party and Business After Hours will be held at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds tomorrow at 5:30.

Friday 2/22

  • Senator Ron Wyden will hold his Jefferson County Town Hall in Madras on Friday at 10:30am in the Performing Arts Center.
  • There’s a Heart Health Walk this Friday at noon at the Health and Wellness Center walking path.
  • There’s a FAFSA Workshop at Madras COCC, Room 120 from 2-3pm Friday. This is your opportunity to get some assistance to help you complete your FAFSA online or Oregon Student Aid.
  • The Warm Springs Cougars 3rd-4th Grade Co-ed and 15 & Under Basketball Tourney is this weekend at the Community Center.
  • The Jefferson County Historical Society is sponsoring the History Pub at the Rodriguez Annex on Friday. It starts at 5:30 and free to attend. The speaker is Tony Ahern and his topic is “The Madras Pioneer…Its Past Present & Future.”

Candidates for Warm Springs Tribal Council who have not yet done so, are asked to schedule an interview with KWSO for our upcoming Candidates Programs. Call 541-553-1968 or send an email to to set up a time.

Tananawit – A Community of Warm Springs Artists are having a fundraising can drive until March 15th. Any donations can be brought the Community Action Team office on campus.

The Central Oregon Photo Voice Project is looking for Warm Springs youth to participate. The Photo Voice Project uses pictures to tell a story and communicate the impact of nicotine use in their community.  For more information call or text Katie at 541-233-9177.