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My name is Shelly Reynolds and I am the new receptionist at the administration office. I am a Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation member, and I have lived in the area my whole life. I am the mother of one son. I am coming here after 19 + years at my previous job at a local assisted living facility. I am looking forward to this opportunity and meeting you all.
Receptionist – Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation
140 Rowdy Creek Road Smith River, CA 95567
(707)-487-9255 ext. 1100
Dear Tribal Members,
Our Tribe has been busy getting projects together and the pace is picking up quickly. Things are moving and grooving down here in Smith River. Are you looking for a new opportunity? The Tribe is going to have work coming up and I am reaching out to the Tribal Community for those who may be interested in obtaining a new job. Start getting your resumes and applications prepared.
There will be many different jobs coming available in the near future and Tribal members should be the first ones that obtain these positions. There are applications on our website http://www.tolowa-nsn.gov/. Please feel free to email the application to email@example.com. I am excited about the upcoming projects and assisting Tribal members. Don’t forget that the Casino is always hiring as well. This is the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation and we should be working for our Nation.
From February 1 to March 31, 2017, CFS will be collecting these surveys from TDN Citizens that live in Curry and Del Norte Counties. One is general and the other is specifically for high school and college students.
If the surveys are returned by March 31, 2017 by 5:00 pm, they will be entered into a drawing for a 7” Kindle Fire! (There will be two drawings – one for each survey type.)Download TFRL 2017 Survey Download TFRL 2017 Student Survey