Community Calendar for Monday August 26, 2019
- There is Senior Fitness Class today at 10:45am at the Senior Center. Participants are invited to eat a meal after – today they are having: ham & cheese, whole wheat rolls, vegetable chips and fresh fruit.
- Here is what is on the Tribal Council Agenda today: In the morning – July Financial Update, Donation Guidelines and Tribal Lawyer’s Billing. In the afternoon – Traditional Leave, Robert & Charles Wilson Homes and a Preliminary Kahneeta Proposal.
- Fitness class opportunities in Warm Springs today are: Functional Fitness at the Community Center aerobics room and Pi-Yo in pod A at the clinic. Both classes start at 12:10 and can be adapted for any fitness level. There is Fusion Fitness Class Tuesday morning at 6:00 at the Community Center.
- There is Women’s Prayer Group at the Presbyterian Church from 12:15-12:45 today. All women are welcome.
- 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. Services available include screenings, assessments, crisis intervention, and referrals to seek mental health and medical care, substance abuse treatment or other community resources. Children, adolescents and adults are welcome.
- The Vocational Rehabilitation Program will have an orientation session today at 3:00 in the Culture & Heritage Building conference room, 2nd Those who cannot make it to one of the scheduled weekly sessions, call 541-553-4952 to request a one-on-one orientation.
- There will be an agency district meeting tonight to provide information on the 2020 enterprise revenue forecast, Kahneeta, transfer stations, hemp and any other discussion items. The meeting is at the agency longhouse. Dinner is at 5:30 and the meeting begins at 6.
- Community members are invited to take part in 2 Buti Yoga classes with Master Instructor Acosia Red Elk from the Umatilla Tribe. Classes will be held this evening from 5:30–7 and tomorrow from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Both classes will be held at the Community Center Aerobics Room.
- There is a Victim Impact Panel tomorrow from 6-7:30pm at the Warm Springs Baptist Church. Community members are welcome to attend and listen.
- Warm Springs HAPPI and Prevention Programs are putting on a penny carnival with foods, games, crafts and music on Wednesday from 6-8pm in the Youth Center gym.
If you are experiencing issues with your Warm Springs Telecom services – they ask you please call them at 541-615-0555. You must call in for technicians to respond, troubleshoot and resolve your issue.
The Recovery Never Ends Family Conference is September 19-21 at HeHe Longhouse. All are welcome to attend at no cost. There will be speakers, support groups, camping, music, Wellbreity, sweathouse, a powwow and they will join in the Hands Across the Deschutes Bridge event on Saturday morning. For more information contact Sarah Frank at 541-553-3205 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sunnyside Road Grade, Relay & Pedestrian Project is underway. Sunnyside Drive is closed from Tmsh Street to Upper Dry Creek Road. Contact Ben Bisland 541-553-3207 if you have questions.
“In A Landscape,” a Hunter Noack concert will take place on September 5th, an hour before sunset, on the P-600, Trout Lake Road in Warm Springs. Vendors of all kinds are being sought – they need to be registered by August 30th. Tribal members need to register to get free admission. There are very limited spots. Vendors contact Emily Courtney and for registration contact Dustin Seyler – both located at the Community Action Team office.