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    Spilyay Tyvnoo, VNfarm Springs, Oregon
November 10, 2005
First Thanksgiving hoops tourney
The Warm Springs Rodeo
Association is presenting the
First Annual Thanksgiving
Youth Co-Ed Raskctball Tour
nament from Friday to Sunday,
Nov. 25-27.
Divisions are 4-5-6 grades;
and 7-8 grades.
Awards include t-shirts for
everyone, plus All-Star awards,
MVP, Mr. and Ms. Hustle, and
There is an eight-team limit,
eight-person roster, all Indian
(plus one token). $100 entry fee.
First eight teams in each divi
sion are in. Money orders only,
made payable to the Warm
Springs Rodeo Association. Mail
to: P.O. Box 312, Warm Springs,
OR 97761. No personal checks.
Must have ASB card to prove
For more information call
Percy at (541) 553-5817, or
(541) 980-9060.
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Warm Springs tribal members who participated in volleyball at Madras High School
during the recently completed season include senior Susan Ahern, left, on varsity,
freshmen Kara Katchia and Kelli Moody on junior varsity, and senior Erica Wewa, who
served as manager for both varsity and junior varsity teams.
Chemawa powwow honors veterans
The 2005 Chemawa Indian Powwow Grand Entries axe For vendor information call
School Veterans Powwow is this at 1 and 7 p.m. The public is Karen Sernaat (503) 399-5721,
Saturday, Nov. 12. The powwow, welcome. There will be dancing, ext. 225. For general informa-
honoring all veterans, will be in singing, fry bread, and crafts, tion contact Crystal Boyd, ext.
the school gymnasium, 3700 supporting Chemawa student 260, or Sonya Olson, ext. 283.
Chemawa Rd. NE, Salem. clubs.
Activities celebrate Native American Heritage Month
In honor of Native Ameri
can Heritage Month, Central
Oregon Community College
has planned the following ac
tivities: Friday and Tuesday,
Nov. 18 and 22: Native
American films and discussions.
Noon to 10 p.m. in the
Hitchcock Auditorium.
Saturday, Nov. 19: Drum
making classes from 9 a.m. to
noon, or from 1 to 4 p.m. in
lower level Grandview. Lunch
provided. Must be registered
COCC student to attend.
Wednesday, Nov. 30:
Drop-in Dream-Catchers
class from 2 to 5 p.m. in the
Multicultural Center in
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Warm Springs, thank you for supporting the businesses
you see in the Spilyay Tymoo. Your support is appreciated!
Zane Hudson is making
some extraordinary accom
plishments in math at
Warm Springs Elementary
School The testingprogram
MathFast presents students
with 40 equations in dif
ferent mathematical catego
ries, and students try to
answer the equations as
quickly as possible. You
have to score 100 percent
to move on.
Two weeks ago Zane
worked through all the cat
egory levels in the two
minute time frame. He then
completed them in a minute
and a half and now is
working on completing the
program at the one-minute
level. It's a great accom
plishment, said Kevin
Rodin, school improvement
Besides math, Zane likes
being part of the SMILE
Club, and he likes PE and
"Zane is also kind to
others," said Principal
Dawn Smith. "That's on
top of all his great academic
accomplishments. "
Congratulations, Zane,
and keep up the great work!
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