Nespelem Community Center
Monthly Fun Pow-wow
Nespelem Community Center
We would like to take this opportunity to lead our younger generation in a positive and proactive manner by providing a youth conference unique and set apart. We will engage the youth in our customs, host various traditional events, team-building, pow wows and other activities in an effort to bring positive recognition to our culture and promote important initiatives for the youth in the Pacific Northwest Region
Location: To Be Determined
COLVILLE CONFEDERATED TRIBES 8TH ANNUAL EARTH DAY CELEBRATION
Grand entry 7p Friday night and Saturday at 1p and 7pm and sunday at 1p, their will be 50/50s committee raffle, concession and plenty of vendors to check out as well. Categories will be combined and the first 6 drums to register are guaranteed drumpay. On saturday their will be a dinner out on by the committee and it's open to everyone and if you would like to bring your favorite dish please do so the more food the merrier. There will be 2 specials an owl dance Contest put on by Jamie and Murphy nomee and you must be legally married and a pendleton coat contest bring your best looking pendleton coat as the crowd will be the judges. We hope to see each and everyone of you Friday evening.
Join the fun!
Decorate your department for a chance to win a pizza party!
Decorations must be finished by December 15 at 2pm. Any tribal department not in the Lucy F. Covington Government Center must submit a photo by 2pm on the 15th
The Fish and Wildlife Department will be presenting on
Owhi Lake Brook Trout fishery management actions
and the state of the fishery.
Present Colors - 9:00- 9:10 (10 minutes):
Opening Prayer (Elder) - 9:10- 9:15 (5 minutes):
Speaker Chairman Michael Marchand, Ph.D. - 9:15- 9:35 (20 minutes):
Dancers & Drummers - 9:35- 9:45 (10 minutes):
Closing - 9:45- 9:50 (5 minutes):
Retire Colors - 9:50- 9:55 (5 minutes):
Meghan Francis | Cell: 509-634-1947 | Office: 509-634-2222
The Colville Tribes Recycling and Environmental Trust Programs are hosting an educational outreach event for tribal programs, local schools and communities to celebrate America Recycles Day on November 15th. The event will include:
- Information on what items the Tribal Recycling Program recycles.
- Highlighting 2016 accomplishments that in-clude: the Annual Earth Day Celebration in conjunction with the local school plastic bottle collection competition, and an update on the reservation wide tire collection event.
- Local vendors are invited to showcase items that they repurposed and tribal programs and community members will have a chance to show off their up-cycle projects or setup an in-formation booth. A student poster competition will be held for local schools on the subject, “What America Recycles Day Means to Me.”
For more information contact:
COLVILLE CONFEDERATED TRIBES
Recycling Program or Office of Environmental Trust
P.O. BOX 150, Nespelem, WA 99155
Joaquin Bustamante, Recycling Manager, 509-634-2416
Crystal Marchand, Recycling Administrative Assistant, 509-634-2158
Kathy Moses, Environmental Trust Communications Specialist, 509-634-2413
Shelly Clark, Environmental Trust Administrative Assistant, 509-634-2411
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE COLVILLE RESERVATION
2016 VETERANS DAY MEMORIAL CEREMONY & DINNER
November 11, 2016
Colville Tribes Veterans Memorial Monument
Veterans’ Day Ceremony Schedule
Starts at 10:00 AM
Present Colors: Colville Tribal Color Guard & other Veterans
Opening Prayer: Veteran (Elder)
Laying of the Wreaths
Speakers: CBC Veterans Committee Chairman, and other members of the Colville Business Council
Speaker: Veterans Post 114
Closing Prayer: Nespelem Auxiliary (Elder)
Retires Colors: Colville Tribal Color Guard & Other Veterans
JOIN US FOR A VETERANS HONOR DINNER FOLLOWING THE
CEREMONY AT THE NESPELEM LONGHOUSE OFF HWY 155, N. OF NESPELEM, WA
Hazard Mitigation Planning
The Colville Tribes have received a FEMA grant to prepare a Hazard Mitigation Plan for the Reservation. This planning effort has three goals:
- Identify natural and technology-based hazards/threats to the health and safety, cultural heritage, and property of members and residents;
- Identify ways to minimize those risks; and
- Make the Confederated Tribes eligible for pre-disaster mitigation grants, which are only available once a Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) has been completed and accepted by FEMA.
The planning effort will kick off with a meeting at the Lucy Covington Government Center on Wednesday, November 9th, beginning at 1 p.m. in the events center. All are welcome to participate in the initial scoping meeting. For those who cannot come to this kick-off meeting, individual sessions will be scheduled within each district during November to make sure that everyone has a chance to be heard.
A survey form will be available at the meetings to help the planning effort. It can be handed in at any of the meetings or sessions, or can be faxed or e-mailed to the coordinator.
The draft HMP is expected to be ready for public comment by April 2017. After comments are received and revisions made, the plan will be forwarded to FEMA by August 2017.
For further information, please contact the coordinator for this project, Randy August, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (509)634-2134.
The managers responsible for this project can be reached at the e-mail addresses below:
Public Safety Director
Commander, Emergency Management Services/Fire/Rescue
Come into CCT Elections and fill out your voter registration or Update your address And receive a T-Shirt
Veterans Pow-wow, Nespelem Community Center
For questions please call 509.634.2377 Janet Nicholson
Nespelem Community Center Halloween Haunted House Oct 28, 2016 from 5pm till 9pm
For more information, call Deby Stanger at 634-2358.
1st ANNUAL CREATIVE NATIVE DESIGNERS & MODELS FASHION SHOW at the Spokane Convention Center benefiting Hearts Gathered.
When: Oct. 15, 2016
Where: Spokane Convention Center
Times: 7:00 pm show
VIP Party: 9:00 to 10:30 pm
Designer Vending: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
TicketsWest.com is where to go to purchase tickets!
Owner of Creative Native
Sugar Bowl Rodeo Association Ground Breaking Horse Races
Admission: $5each or/ $20 car load over 4 people
Entry Fee: $10 Poker Ride. $50 Entry Fee Each Race. $100 Sr. Relay
1. Poker Ride (Horse & ATV) starting @ 9am
2. Kids Pony Race
3. 1/2 Mile Paint Race
4. 1/4 Mile Kids Race
5. 3/4 Mile Race
6. 1/2 Mile Open
7. Pony Pony Relay Race
8. Jr. Relay Race
9. Sr. Relay Race
Questions? Contact Meghan Francis ext. 2222 email@example.com
Family Fun Night on Friday and all day Saturday. For more information contact Juanita Watt.
The Omak School District in conjunction with the Colville Confederated Tribes, honors the
Proclamation established by Former Chairman of the Colville Business Council, Joseph A.
Pakootas; whereunto September 26th or the last Friday of September, also know as American
Indian Day, shall be recognized. This is a time set aside to reflect upon all that the Native
American people and their rich culture and heritage have given to us and all that they have
done to shape not only America, which was their home for thousands of years but
Washington State and our local area as we now know it. They are a very proud people with
cherished customs, beliefs, and traditions so please help us honor them.
Thank you all for honoring the proclamation and supporting the students
(student led events). Please come!
· Nutrition education
(ex. carbohydrate bingo)
· Cooking demonstration
(ex. healthier fry bread)
· SpecialGuest Speaker
· Team Competitions
(program vs program)
· Traditional Food Prep Demos
(salmon filleting, dried meat prep, etc.)
· Individual Physical Activities
(ex. stick ball, volleyball, yoga, etc.)
· Special Guest Speaker:
Fun for the whole family
Eastside Park Omak WA
Thursday, July 21st, 2016
Dinner on Main Street (community pot luck)
BINGO on Main Street
Cash Prizes and Gifts/Prizes
$100.00 Blackout X 2
Friday, July 22nd, 2016
5:00p.m. Horse Shoes Games at the Pits winner take all ???
6:00 p.m. Kids Activities: Sarah
7:00 p.m. Bed Races w/ cash prizes: Leann
8:00 p.m. Hula Contest and Balloon Races w/cash prizes
9:00 p.m. Family Movie at the Park w/popcorn. Bring your lawn chair Chawala
Saturday, July 23rd, 2016
Dillon Simpson Memorial Basket Ball Tournament at Inchelium Community Center 4-H Exhibits and Booths down town in Garages (Sue J & Robin)
10:00 a.m. Music by Emma (Main street stage) line up at the School Parking Lot for the Parade
11:00 a.m. Parade starts “Honoring our Veteran’s” “Honoring our Elders” Linda At the Clinic: Car Show, men’s health fair, big horn show......prizes
12:00 p.m. Music
12:30 p.m. Tug of War/Talent Show Sarah Fry
1:00 p.m. Music by Teresa Shaffer
1:30 p.m. Music Break: for “Water Balloon Toss”
2:00 p.m. Burn out–community center-cash prizes Marvin Kheel
2:30 p.m. Lawn Mower Races-cash prizes Gary
3:30 p.m. Drag Queen Races–CASH Prizes Men’s best performance dressed as a drag queen, in heals: Leann
4:00 p.m. +Music Break “Musical Chairs” Men, Women, Teens, Children
4:30 p.m. Music Break “corn on the cob” contest
5:00 Music Break “sack race”
5:30 Music Break “Hula Hoop contest” “Lip Sinc”
6:00-10:00p.m. Music by“ ” Music breaks every ½ hour for games:
Sunday, July24th, 2016
9:00a.m. Community Breakfast Need Volunteers Clean Up/ Thank you
Subject to change. Not responsible for lost or stolen items. Not responsible for accidents Vendors Welcome Questions: Juanita @ 722-7031
July 9 & 10, 2016
GRAND ENTRY @ 1:00PM SLACK @ 9:00AM GRAND
ADMISSION: $5 Raffle Ticket per person…drawing each day