Smoke signals. (Grand Ronde, Or.) 19??-current, November 15, 2013, Page 4, Image 4

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    4 NOVEMBER 15, 2013
Smoke Signals
Photos by Michelle Alalmo
Tribal youth line up to got a ploco of coho salmon ai Bobby Mercler,
Tribal Cultural outreach specialist, cuts it during a first salmon
caramony hold at the Tribal fish weir on Agency Creek on Friday, Nov.
8. The first salmon of the season arrived on Saturday, Nov. 2, and
under a provision in the Tribe's scientific taking permit, the Tribe
is allowed to harvest one salmon to be used for cultural purposes.
Brian Krehbiel, Tribal Cultural education specialist, caught the
salmon using a net and it was traditionally cooked.
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Tribal Biologist Lindsay Belonga, left, and Nathan Breece, Tribal
biological technician, count coho salmon in the Tribal fish weir on
Agency Creek on Friday, Nov. 8.
2008 -The Confeder
ated Tribes of Grand
Ronde prepared to cel
ebrate 25 years of Res
toration on Friday and
Saturday, Nov. 21-22,
with a powwow and
celebration banquet
followed by a concert
featuring internation
ally known singer Rita
Coolidge (Cherokee).
2003 The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde prepared to cel
ebrate 20 years of Restoration on Saturday, Nov. 22, with a celebra
tion at Spirit Mountain Casino, which included a concert featuring
country singer Crystal Gayle.
1998 The Grand Ronde Tribe celebrated the grand opening of the
Governance Center on Nov. 6. Elders, Tribal Council and scores of
other members and guests gathered in the main ceremonial area of
the 40,000-square-foot structure to honor what to most represented
a monument to Tribal achievements.
1993 Publications does not have a copy of the November 1993
Smoke Signals.
1988 Tribal members were invited to a Thanksgiving potluck
to be at Willamina Grade School. Contacts were Sheila Leno and
Diane Lane.
File photo
Natural Resources
Grade: 6
Closing date: Dec 3
Adult Education & College
Advising Coordinator
Grade: 10
Closing date: Dec 3
I Administrative Assistant
Economic Development
Grade: 8
30 hrsweek
Closing date: Dec 4
I Audit Manager
Audit Services
Grade: 16
Open until filled
This position will be posted for
a minimum of 1 5 business days.
! AFC Caregiver
Adult Foster Care
Grade: 5
Open until filled
Executive Director
Limited Term appointment
of 2-3 years
Housing Authority
Grade: 17
Open until filled
For a detailed job
description, please
contact the Tribe's job
line at 503-879-2257
or 1-877 TRIBEGR.
Education offers Chinuk Wawa classes
The Tribe's Cultural Education Department offers adult Chinuk
Wawa language classes from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday
in Room 207 in the Tribal Adult Education Building.
Language classes can be taken for college credit or fun.
For more information, call 503-879-2249 or 503-437-4599.
Grand Ronde Food & Fuel Company
Part-time workers needed
Pay rate: $8.95 hr.
Availahiliry: Must he able to work weekends, holidays anil graveyard shift
II 5 nwn nri
pmnei hctiict
go to www.grandionde.orgcinployment to download an application or
request application from CTGR Unman Resources at 503-879-2 109
Emergency Operations
Grade: 13
Closing date: Dec 9
Executive Director
Health Services
Health Administration
Grade: 22
Open until filled
Internal applicants are
1. Current Regular Employee, past
their six-month Introductory pe
riod, receiving at least a "meets
expectations" on most recent per
formance evaluation and not under
disciplinary action or performance
improvement within the previous
six months,
2. Grand Ronde Tribal members
3. Spouse of a Grand Ronde Tribal
member or
4. Parent or legal guardian of Grand
Ronde Tribal member children
Internal recruitment
For those individuals meeting mini
mum qualifications an interview will
be given in the following ranking
1. Grand Ronde Tribal members
a) Qualified Grand Ronde Tribal
members who show they meet
the minimum qualifications of
the position during the course
of the interview process will be
given first consideration for hire
and the recruitment process will
2. Tribal member spouses, parents
andor legal guardians of Grand
Ronde Tribal member children
3. Current regular employees
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