Colville Tribes

The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation is a group of businesses owned and operated by the Colville Tribes. The Confederated Tribes Of The Colville Reservation.

America Recycles Day
10:00 AM10:00

America Recycles Day

  • Colville Street Nespelem, WA, 99155 United States (map)
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For more information contact:   
Recycling Program or Office of Environmental Trust  
P.O. BOX 150,  
Nespelem, WA 99155  
Joaquin Bustamante, Recycling Manager, 509-634-2416
Kathy Moses, Environmental Trust Communications Specialist, 509-634-2413 Shelly Clark, Environmental Trust Administrative Assistant, 509-634-2411

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Nespelem Community Prevention Forum
9:00 AM09:00

Nespelem Community Prevention Forum

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1. Welcome - Nespelem Tribal Council

2. Concept of Prevention - Alison Ball

3. Health Prevention Program Panel:
-Health Education - Greg Marris & Amber Seymour, Health Educators
-Diabetes Prevention - Joaquin Marchand, PM
-Alcohol/Drug Prevention /RAC - Charlene Sam, Clinical Supervisor
-Public Health Alcohol Relay Run - CHRs & Public Health Nurse
-Women, Infant & Children (WIC) - Sarah Wapato, PM
-Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Promotion (DSHS) - Alison Ball
-Child's Health - Nancy Johnson, Headstart
-Domestic Violence Awareness - Sabrina Desautel & David LaBounty, Interim PM

4. Alcohol and Drug Treatment Planning - 7 Directions

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Partial Solar Eclipse
9:11 AM09:11

Partial Solar Eclipse

  • Colville Street Nespelem, WA, 99155 United States (map)
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Next Monday, August 21st, a partial solar eclipse will be visible across the reservation.  The eclipse will start at 9:11 a.m. and will reach its maximum between 10:24 and 10:26 that morning (depending upon where you are on the reservation).  It will be completely over by 11:45 a.m.
At its peak, almost 90% of the sun’s light will be blocked.  That may tempt some people to look directly at the sun.  Please don’t, unless you have the special eclipse glasses.  If you look directly at the sun, even if 90% of the sun’s light is blocked it can cause permanent damage to your eyes.
To look at the interactive map and see the exact times the partial eclipse will be visible from where you will be Monday morning, go to:
If you don’t have the special eclipse glasses but you still want to watch the eclipse as it develops, consider investing ten minutes of your time to make a pinhole camera.    That will project the sun onto a white piece of card stock so you can watch the eclipse in real time.  For directions on how to make a pinhole camera, go to:
Please have a safe viewing experience!
Randy August, Emergency Planning
Colville Tribal Office of Public Safety
Desk:  509-634-2134
Cell:  509-634-6420

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