Smoke signals. (Grand Ronde, Or.) 19??-current, May 01, 2012, Page 13, Image 13

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    Smoke Signals 13
MAY 1,2012
CASE NO. C-12-04-001
In the Matter of:
PETITE, Kristi,
HALL, Jesse Izayah,
a Minor
On April 2, 2012, a petition was filed in this Court on behalf of
the minor child Jesse Izayah Hall. The Petitioner seeks an order
changing the name of the minor child to Izayah Jesse Hall.
1. Hearing in this matter is set for May 30, 2012, at 1:30 p.m.
2. Any parent, guardian or relative of the first degree interested in
the matter shall appear for the hearing to show cause, if any there
be, why the Court should not enter an order granting the proposed
change of name.
3. Any parent, guardian or relative in the first degree may file a
written objection to the proposed name change with this Court prior
to the hearing date set out above.
4. Petitioner and the minor child shall appear at the hearing.
. 5. The Clerk of the Court shall cause a copy of this Order to be
published in Smoke Signals, the Tribal newspaper of the Confeder
ated Tribes of Grand Ronde, for two consecutive editions.
Suzanne Ojibway Townsend,
Chief Judge
JoAnne Lois Schank
April 28, 1943 - April 18, 2012
Tribal Elder JoAnne Lois
Schank, 68, lost her long battle
with cancer on April 18, 2012.
She crossed over with loved ones
by her side in the comfort of her
own home.
There are not enough words
to describe the beautiful person
JoAnne was and how her eyes and
smile were such a welcoming open
invitation that naturally drew
people in.
JoAnne's passion for beading and
crafts was an important expression
of who she was. She shared this
with friends during her travels. She loved this and always looked
forward to it.
JoAnne will be greatly missed. She truly was a gift to those she
surrounded herself with. Her appreciation for life and past experi
ences are forever cherished and will go on.
She is survived by her husband, Daniel Schank; daughters, Judy
Wacker and Monica Schank; sister, Mazie Thompson; brother,
Daniel (Harry) Jamison; granddaughters, Zia and Zailey Wacker,
Alexus and McKenna; niece, Denna Diaz; nephew, Danny Mode
nessi; great-niece, Candace Diaz; and great-nephews, Manuel and
Arthur Diaz and Aaron, Bryson and Zayvier Modenessi; and many
other aunts, uncles and cousins.
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Purpose of Rules:
-h These rules, set forth, will govern the Grand Ronde Tribal Court CASA Kids Art Contest as a means of collecting artwork that may be temporarily displayed,
y used for Court Program recruitment purposes, and not returned to the artist Artists will be asked to draw a picture that reflects this year's theme, "I am for the
. child," a theme used by National CASA.
Contest Deadlines:
The contest will officially begin on May 1 St, 20 1 2. All artists submitting an entry must do so no later than Friday, J Illy 1 3 by 4:30 p.m. ;
Entries may be received anytime after May 1 st, 20 1 2, but must be received or postmarked by July 1 3th.
, Art Submissions:
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( v""Grand Ronde Tribal Court - Kids Art Contest, 96 1 5 Grand Ronde Rd, Grand Ronde, OR 97347
Contest Eligibility:
Members of die Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde between the ages of 6 and 1 8 can apply.
Criteria for Judging:
Entries will be judged according to age group: 6 and under, 7 to 12, and 13 to 1 8.
v& Entries will be judged on the following three criteria:
" 1. Originality
2. Artistic composition
3. Content appropriateness for the theme - National site for CASA
Technical requirements for design or entry:
Paper to be 8.5" x 1 1 ". Composition may be vertical or horizontal orientation. Artists may use any colorful medium that includes markers, paint, pastels, colored
"i pencils, crayon, digital art or photography. Final piece of artwork must be two-dimensional and appropriate for mounting. Sculptural or three-dimensional pieces
, will not be eligible. All entries must be submitted with a submission form (obtained through the Tribal Court). Please do not mount or frame artwork.
f Restrictions on subject matter of entry:
The design must be the contestant's own original creation and may not be copied, traced, or duplicated from previously published art, including photographs.
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Submissions must have been completed within the past year. One submission per child Submissions may not be photocopies.
Selection and ownership of contest entries:
All entries selected to be displayed will become the property of Grand Ronde Tribal Court. Therefore, artwork will not be returned to die artist
6 and under -1 st $30 gift card, 2nd $20 gift card 3rd art supply set
7 to 12 -1 st $30 gift card 2nd $20 gift card 3rd art supply set
, 13 to 18- 1st S50gm card 2nd $25 gift card 3rd art supply set
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