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VOL. 17 NO. 2
Powwow set for February
The 16th Annual Lincoln's
Birthday Powwow begins
Friday February 7 at the
Three girls seeking title will
be sellina raffle tickets.
CDA awarded to Henry
Leah Henry has been
awarded a Child
WSE collecting soup
Soup labels will help school
Tribal Council of 1938
Members of Tribal Council
in past era are shown in
Madras High School girls
win one, lose one
MHS traveled to Nyssa
where they left as winners
and then lost at Ontario.
Valentines gifts can bring
Consider a "warming
Valentines gift such as
blankets or sweaters.
These gifts can also help
Deadline for the next
Issue of Spilyay Tymoo
Is January 31,1992
The Dam Run
Sunday, February 2
In Prinevllle, Oregon
Five races: 30K, 1 0K,
10K,2mlle run and
2 mile walk
Most races begin
at 11 a.m.
Entry Fee: $5 without
$12 with ssleeve shirt
Call 447-5661 or
for more information.
Races will benefit the Crook
County Track and Cross
News from the Warm Springs Indian Reserve o LiRcN ,
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LiA wry hw5 Head StartDay Care children with the Warm Springs
Numerous Early Childhood the latest being Leah Henry, who is
Education .instructors, through an assistantteacher in the Head Start
thtliva.JCmtpiog . fc ,
have attained their Child Develop- The CDA program is the only
ment Associate (CDA) credentials, national effort to improve child care
Lamanite Generation-February 4
Warm Springs Community Center
Doors open at 7 :00 p.m. Performance at 7 :30 p.m.
MOIHS to appraise artifacts
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Attention h-ihnl mfimhers! Arti
facts are to be appraised for purchase
on January 29, 1992. Please have
your artifacts in to the MOIHS office
no later than 5:00 p.m. on the 28 of
Artifacts must be in goodexcel
lent condition. Artifact must be an
tique with 50-100 years old. Se
lection will be based on the MOIHS
January 23, 1992
at the Warm Springs
Open to all Community Members
Announcing the Northwest Indian
Youth Conference at Lewis-Clark
State College, Lewiston, Idaho,
scheduled for April 1, 2, 3, 1992,
hosted by the Indian Clubs of Lapwai,
Lewiston and Kamiah High Schools.
This conference is open to Junior
High and Senior High School Stu
dents. Registration fees are $35.00 per
person if received by March 2, 1992.
After March 2, registration is $45 .00
per person. Make checks or purchase
orders for registration fees payable
to Lewis-Clark State College.
For more information, contact:
Jenny WilliamsXapwai High School,
P.O. Box 247, Lapwai, Idaho 83540,
phone number (208) 843-7751.
P.O. BOX 870, WARM
permanent exhibit display artifact
search. Only 1 artifact per family
household, due to limited Dudget tor
Purchase list - The following are
artifacts that are going to be selected
for the upcoming MOIHS permanent
1. Northern Paiute Exhibit - Arti
facts with 50-100 years of history.
2. Pre-Contact Bowls and Utensils
This is to request that all the Tribal
Members that have Elk Tags issued
to them for the month of November
1991 for the Reservation Elk Tags
and Ceded Area Elk Tags.
Please call Natural Resources at
553-3233 or 3234 for the results of
your hunt. The questions that will be
asked are: how many days did you
hunt?; did you kill or not?; what
size?; date of kill and what unit Your
cooperation will be helpful for
yourself to be issued a tag for 1992
Buy a hug
Hug-O-Grams will go on sale
February 3 and last until February 1 2
at noon. Hugs will be delivered on
February 13 or 14. Buv as many hugs
as you wish they are $.50 each. The
Wellness team will be selling Hug-O-Grams,
watch for namesof people.
For information call Lucinda at 553-1361.
P.O. But 170
Warm Sprlntu, OR 97761
Address Correction Requested
SPRINGS, OR 97761
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by evaluating ;and recognizing the
skills of the inoividimlswhrovide
has so , far nvolved 19 EC? suff
members. The CDA credentials are
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Rock or wooden, artifacts with 50-
100 years of history.
3. Old Antiques - Artifacts that
are unique, one of a kind items. Ar
tifacts with 50-1 00 years of history.
4. Men's Full buckskin Outfit -Artifact
with 50-100 years of his
tory. 5. Old Songs, Stories, and History
- Recorded on tapes, or documented
in collection. These will be used in
the song chambers of the three tribes.
History forms need to be filled out
with the itemartifact; that can be
picked up at the Museum Office:
2148 Kota St. (next to the WSPD)
Warm Springs, OR. Deadline is
January 28, 1992 - 5:00 p.m. For
further information call 553-3331
MOIHS office, ask for Beulah Calica
or Merle Tewee.
Would you like to send your present (or former) loved one a
special Valentine's Day message?
Spilyay Tymoo will feature
HEART TO HEART
in the February 7, 1 992 edition
Deadline for submitting entries to HEART TO HEART will be
Bring entries to
compentency-based and involve
See page 2 for related story,
Don't forget the auctions
The Lincoln's Birthday Powwow
is quickly approaching. The dates
are February 7,8,9, 1992. Activities,
however, begin Saturday February
1, with a memorial dinner and
openingblessing of the Simnasho
Longhouse. All those that were in
mourning (for loss of a loved one)
will be re-joining the dancing circle
as the tradition goes. Sunday Febru
ary 2, "Special Sunday Service" a
prayer service for powwow partici
pants will be held.
On Friday, February 7, the pow
wow begins at 6:30 p.m. with "new
joiners." Duringthroughout the
powwow will be special events, they
1) Honoring of War Bonnets "a
2) Lamere Dance Special.
3) Out-going Queen "Rena
. 4) Hand Drum" Special" (2 con
tests); 1-3 hand drum (3 persons),
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Queahpama; 2-1 hand drum (1 per
son), sponsored by Millie Colwash
JANUARY 31. 1992
Bulk Rate Permit No. 2
Warm Spring, OR 97761
JANUARY 24, 1992
If you have driven up past the
Agency Longhouse lately you've
probably noticed the new Early
Childhood Education Center is com
ing right along. The contractor is
scheduled to hand the building over
to the tribes on March 15th. At that
time the Early Childhood Adminis
trative office will move in. The week
of March 30th (spring break) Day
Care and Head StartDay Care will
close down and move into the new
center. ParentsGuardians of children
in Day Care or Head StartDav Care
need to be aware that they will have
to make other arrangements for child
care over spring break. The Head
StartPart Day and Tribal Preschool
programs will move into the new
center in June.
None of the programs will expand
until the start of the new school year
in September, 1992.Pre-registration
for preschool in the fall will be in
April and May, with re-rcgistration in
The major goal of the new E.C.E.
Center's Preschool program is to
serve 100 of the 4 year olds in our
community; to provide a preschool
experience for a successful transition
into Warm Springs Elementary. To
achieve that goal Early Childhood
needs to know how many 4 year olds
will need to be served in the Fall. If
your child will be 4 years old on or
before September 1 , 1992 and is not
currently enrolled in Head Start 3's,
Head StartDay Care 3's or Tribal
Preschool 3's or is not currendy on a
waiting list, please contact Sue
Matters in the Head Start office, 553
3561. 5) Sobriety Dance.
6) New Buckskin Outfit (tradi
tional dance) dedication.
7) Jingle Dance Contest sponsored
by Bridgett Scott.
8) Grass Dance Contest sponsored
by Pierson Mitchell and Gene Greene
9) Recognition Awards,
Queahpama sisters and Herb Stwyer.
10) Senior Citizens and Tiny Tots
and Royalty Recognitions.
Plus other specials.
Other events in conjunction with
powwow events are the Sweetheart
Run and the Stick Game Tournament.
The queen candidates for the
Lincoln's Birthday Powwow are:
Senior court-Arlissa Rhoan and
SeniorCourt-ArlissaRhoan; Jr. Court
Emily Mitchell and Lillian heath. They
are selling raffle tickets.
Fundraising auctions are held
every Sunday after services at the
Simnasho Longhouse for the up
coming Lincoln's Birthday Powwow.
Everyone is welcome and donations
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