Smoke signals. (Grand Ronde, Or.) 19??-current, July 01, 2012, Page 9, Image 9

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    Smoke Signals 9
JULY 1,2012
University of Oregon store
seeks artwork for sale
The University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural Histo
ry's museum store, Past and Presents, is seeking a limited number
of artists interested in selling their original artwork on consignment
in the store.
Pacific Northwest Tribal members interested in the opportunity
should submit five images of their work for consideration to tracey
uoregon.edu.
The university's Museum of Natural and Cultural History protects
significant collections, enhances knowledge and encourages steward
ship of human and natural history through research, preservation
and education.
Past and Presents offers a comprehensive selection of regional books
and gifts that reflect the museum's exhibits, collections and research,
as well as the inspiration of the Pacific Northwest landscape.
For more information, contact Tracey Bell at 541-346-1574. D
Zumba held Monday,
Wednesday in Grand Ronde
Zumba, a Latin-inspired and calorie-burning dance fitness party, is held
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday in the old Grand Ronde
Middle School.
The first class is free and $6 thereafter for drop-ins, or $5 if participants
purchase a punch card.
For more information, contact Tribal Recreation Coordinator Matthew
Mosely at 503-879-1369 or matthew.moselygrandronde.org.
Changes tto your
SEiooCium Health Plan
For Tribal members residing in the counties of Washington,
Multnomah, Tillamook, Yamhill, Polk and Marion, you will soon
be receiving a new Skookum card with changes to your health plan
ID number. This does NOT affect Tribal employees with the Shasta
employee plan.
We are making a few changes to your health plan group identifier,
which means that you will need a new ID card.
The first three letters of your current ID number will be changing
from GRT to GRC.
o Your current ID number looks like: GRT123456.
o Your new ID number will look like: GRC123456.
Your ID number affects how your claims are paid, so to ensure
your claims are paid correctly, please THROW OUT your old card
and KEEP the new card starting with the GRC ID number.
o When you go to a doctor, dentist, pharmacy or eye doctor,
make sure you give the provider your new ID card so the bill
will be processed for payment correctly.
The final change relates to your Explanation of Benefits (EOB).
Going forward you will only receive an EOB if you owe the provider
a portion of the claim costs or if the claim has been denied.
If you have any questions on the above changes, please call Shasta
Administrative Services' Customer Service at 1-800-880-5877 or
Contract Health Services at 1-800-775-0095.
Again, these changes only affect Tribal members residing in
Washington, Multnomah, Tillamook, Yamhill, Polk and Marion
counties! This does not affect Tribal employees. D
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Purpose of Rules:
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,
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 1st, 2012 . All artists submitting an entry must do so no later than Friday, July 13 by 4:30 p.m.
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Contest Eligibility:
Members of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde between the ages of 6 and 18 can apply.
Criteria forjudging:
Entries will be judged according to age group: 6 and under, 7 to 12, and 13 to 18.
ys Entries will be judged on the following three criteria:
2. Artistic composition
v 3. Content appropriateness for the theme - www.casaforchildren.org National site for CASA
Technical requirements for design or entry:
Paper to be 8.5" x 11". Composition may be vertical or horizontal orientation. Artists may use any colorful medium that includes markers, paint, pastels, colored
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.
Restrictions on subject matter of entry:
The design must be die contestant's own original creation and may not be copied, traced, or duplicated from previously published art, including photographs.
Submissions must have been completed within the past year. One submission per child. Submissions may not be photocopies.
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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 the artist
Prizes
6 and under-1st $30 gift card, 2nd $20 gift card, 3rd art supply set
7 to 12 - 1st $30 gift card, 2nd $20 gift card, 3rd art supply set
r, .'-,,, 13 to 18 -1st $50 gifted 2nd $25 gift card, 3rd art supply set
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