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TRIBAL FAMILY RESOURCE LIBRARY (TFRL) SURVEY


Please take a moment to complete the Tribal Family Resource Library (TFRL) Survey.

Responses will guide the direction of the TFRCL, including, but not limited to, hours, programs, reference materials, periodicals, grant applications, and book wish lists.

Survey can be completed in the following formats:

Electronically at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TTGXDQB 

Print (click here to download.pdf) copy and

Mail results to 110 W First St. Smith River, CA 95567

Fax results to (707) 487-0137

Email results to jessica.haas@tolowa.com

 

11-25-14 COUNCIL MEETING CANCELED


Tuesday, November 25th Regular Session Tribal Council meeting has been canceled.

WINTER SOLSTICE ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR SALE


CALLING ALL ARTS & CRAFTS VENDORS

On Saturday, December 13th, the Smith River Rancheria is hosting the Winter Solstice Arts & Crafts Sale. The event will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Howonquet Hall Community Center in Smith River and is open to the public. The vendor fee is only $10 so call (707) 487-9255 to reserve your spot today! Download .pdf Vendor Application Here

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SMITH RIVER RANCHERIA HOSTS VA TRAINING SUMMIT


va1 On September 18th and 19th, the Smith River Rancheria hosted the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Training Summit at the Lucky 7 Casino event center. The 2 day summit invited all local veterans to attend free informational sessions on topics such as enrollment and eligibility for benefits, VA special programs, a workshop for submitting claims, understanding reimbursement agreements, and a panel discussion regarding housing and the homeless. The conference opened with the colors being presented by the Vietnam Veterans of America Brookings chapter 757. Chairperson Miller gave everyone a warm welcome then council members in attendance accepted on behalf of the Tribe, a plaque made by Alaskan veterans in a training program that helps teach new skills. It is on display at Howonquet Hall.

 

During the conference, the VA honored WWII veterans, 3 of whom are Native American. Vice Chair Denise Padgette’s father Frank Richards was one of the honorees. They were presented with a personalized “quilt of valor” in recognition of their service. The Del-Norte high school language class helped out by serving the veterans in attendance their lunches. It was a pleasure to have the young people involved and a good experience for everyone. Read more