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About Smoke signals. (Grand Ronde, Or.) 19??-current | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1978)
MEMORIAL DAY POTLUCK BIG 3UCCSSS
The annual Memorial Lay Fotluck was held Sunday May 27th at
the Catholic Church Parrish Hall. Families from as far away as
Warm Springs, Bend and Brookings came to pay respect, and were
also able to visit with friends end relatives: at the potluck.
Through donations, a baked foods sale and door prizes a
total of pl8.50 were contributed to go toward the land pur
chase. SUMMER SCHOOL (FUN?)
The Title IV (A) Indian Education Summer School is scheduled
to begin June 2Uth at the Grand Ronde Grode School. A trip to
Kah-nee-ta -vdll start the six v;eek program off with a BAXG1
IJorrine Smokey, an Indian teacher has been hired to heed
the program, assisting her will be Jonny George, Delia Fischer,
Stella Fischer and Michaelle Lambert.
Cultural awareness as well as academics will be the prior
ities of the Summer School. The students and staff are looking
forward to the program with anxious anticipation I
TRIBAL CHAIiWN TESTIFIES
Marvin Kimsey, Tribal Chairman, Confederated Tribes of Grand
Eonde testified to the Committee On Aging And Minority Affairs,
at the 'State : Capitol "on June 4, 1'979 " at 8:00 "a-.m. , on a
Manorial to be presented to the President of the United States
end to members of the Oregon Congressional Delegation.
The Memorials' function is to "establish equitable procedures
for the restoration as quickly as possible of those Indian Tribes
whoso federal recognition has been terminated."
GENERAL MEETING and POTLUCK
The monthly General Meeting and Potluck will be held Sunday, July 1,
1979 at 1:30 p.m., at the Grand Ronde Grade School. Included will be
a baked food sale. Tribal members are asked to bring at least two
baked goods for the sale. Don't forget your dishes and silverware.
Sve you there!