Spilyay tymoo. (Warm Springs, Or.) 1976-current, January 02, 1987, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    SlMLYAY TYMOO
Warm siKiN;s,om:;N 97761
January 2, 1987 I
changes continuity and numerous activities
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(7) Ron Suppah and Terry Squiemphen participated in the first
ever journeymen certification program on the . eservation. Suppah
is working at the vehicle pool and Squiemphen works at the tribal
(8) The warm springs i riDai oountu iuur uiMi-o iii cany i f "ifv f
following an April election. Nearly 30 people vied for the eight I i. f.',-jr'
positions from the three districts. 'V I i . ..
(9) Delbert Frank, Sr. took office in November, fulfilling the 1 htU . ;(i
vacancy left when Simnasho district representative Harold Culpus I . "t ' V ' 1
(10) Simnasho representative Janice Clements was sworn in
following a run-off election between her and Delbert Frank, Sr.
(1 1) Tribal members continue the traditions established centuries
ago by their ancestors at Sherar's Fall.
(12) Rodeos continue to provide excitement to hundreds of
spectators and contestants alike throughout the year, with the
Root Feast Rodeo in May being no different. ' '
Of course, this1 brief pictorial glimpse is in no way a complete
picture of the year's events, but the photos will jog the memory of a
bit into recollectiong other happenings. We wish you all a happy,
peaceful and prosperous New Year!
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