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On September 13, 2016, Tribal Council approved Resolution 16-37; Change in Regular Tribal Council Meeting Day. The Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Tribal Council has authority under Article VI, Section 2 of the Constitution to designate Regular Meetings of the Tribal Council by a resolution of the Council. Effective October 2016, Regular Tribal Council meetings will be moved from the second and fourth Tuesday to the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Regular Council meetings are held at 6:00pm at Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Hall Community Center.

Also beginning in October 2016, Fish & Game Committee meetings will be moved from the third Thursday to the third Tuesday of each month. Fish & Game Committee meetings begin at 5:00pm in the Nii~-li~ Room at Lucky 7 Casino.

11th Annual Dee-ni’ Day

Thursday, 29 September 2016 by

The 11th Annual Dee-ni’ Night and Dee-ni’ Day were held September 9th and 10th. Tribal graduates, elders and veterans were honored at the annual Dee-ni’ Night dinner. Dee-ni’ Day began with a fun run/walk, followed by horseshoes, cribbage, stick games, traditional gambling, vendors and much more.


Annual Tribal Childrens Halloween Party

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 by

Please join Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Community & Family Services and the Dee-ni’ Xaa-ghii-ne Mii~-xvsh-xay for some ghostly fun! Volunteers of all ages welcomed.

*Do not leave children under the age of 16 unattended at the party. Shu’ shaa-nin-la

For more information contact CFS 707-487-9255 ext. 1131 or follow the Facebook event at

2016 Summer Youth Employment Program

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 by


The 2016 Summer Youth Employment Program has wrapped up and the 9 youth that participated did a great job.

Morgan Perry assisted Beverly Switzler of UIHS with the Elder Nutrition Program at Howonquet Hall, Faith Campbell worked in the office with Garrett at the Gilbert Creek maintenance department, Ta-Tes Boulby and Randall Richards reported to Rosa and Jaytuk in Natural Resources, Tvshiina Jacobs and Mitchel Larson worked for Pyuwa in the culture department, Dustin Jenson and Alicia Lopez helped out the staff at Howonquet Lodge and at the House of Howonquet restaurant, and Siobhan Lopez at CFS for Erika as a garden apprentice.

In addition to their daily duties, the youths participated in 3 community service projects. The first and second outings were a beach and river clean-up in partnership with our Natural Resource department and the Sierra Service Project. On their last day, they joined a group with the Six Rivers National Forest and stopped at 3 locations along the Smith River. Pappas flat, Mary Adams and Slant Bridge. Thanks to Suntayea Steinruck for coordinating the outing and Wade Owen for being our van driver.

Every Friday afternoon, the CFS department hosted the youths and took them through a series of Life Skills Cooking Workshops. They learned how to plan, budget, shop and cook lunch, dinner, desserts and the importance and benefits of gardening. Parents, don’t let them tell you they can’t cook!

A big shu’ shaa nin-la to all the supervising staff that took the time to mentor these young people. Your time and dedication is appreciated.

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