Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.) 1971-1985, June 13, 1985, Image 16

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Places to go, things to do ITYP pow wow The Inter-Tribal Youth Practicum, hosted by the Tribes, will be having a pow wow June 14 at Koostatah Hall in Elmo. Grand entry will be at 7 p.m. The pow wow is open to the public. The ITYP Princess and Chief will be crowned and an awards ceremony will also take place for the students. There will also be a buffalo feed at 5 p.m. that same day at the Rollins Methodist Youth Camp on the west shore of Flathead Lake. Everyone is invited to share in the feast and celebration. Prenatal classes Classes for expectant mothers and fathers are being held this week in Ronan under the sponsorship of the Tribal Health Department Please see the story elsewhere in this issue, or call THD at 676-2770. **Missoula Senior Games” Fitness and fun for everyone at the Missoula Senior Games June 27-28. Participants in the 55-and-over age group. Competition in swimming, bowling, horseshoes, golf and track and field. Entry forms available at the Parks and Recreation Department, 100 Hickory Street 721-7275. Elsewhere in Indian Country . .. At the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, WY June 1 - Sept 1 -- “ Peace and Friendship: Indian Peace Medals in American History,” a show assembled by the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, is a presentation of a series of historic peace medals given to prominent Indian leaders by various governments. The show will include medals presented by British, French, Spanish and U.S. governments. June 3 - July 6 -- Summer Institute in Western American Studies. Five one-week classes exploring the history, art and culture of the Rocky Mountain W e s t Graduate and under­ graduate credit offered. June 15 and 16 — The fourth annual Frontier Festival. A weekend filled with authentic frontier crafts, cooking and skills demonstrated on the north lawn o f the Historic Center. The public is welcom e to participate and enjoy some fun. American Legion reminder Don’t forget The Pablo American Legion Post #68 meets at 8 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month in the conference room in the Housing building in Pablo. ‘A celebration of sobriety * The third annual Intertribal Alcoholism Camp is scheduled for June 20-23 at the American Legion Park in Poplar, Montana The alcohol component from the Tribal Health Depart­ ment will be sponsoring a bus to transport people to the event Meeds will be provided, and some camping gear is available. For more information, call Debbie Courville at 676-2770. Everyone is welcom e to attend the camp-out, which is being called a “ celebration of sobriety” . GED summer schedule is announced Salish Kootenai College is currently offering free GED classes to anyone interested in taking the GED test Classes this summer will be offered in St Ignatius at the community center on Tuesdays from 7 to 9 p.m., and in Pablo at the SKC campus on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information, call 675-4800. j ^ camble T 1 > ‘The friendly store 9 in St Ignatius ) ) Hardware and Appliances ) ) Maytag Appliances \ l Archie & Thelma Olson 745-3671 \ A thank you n o te ............................................... The Arlee Song Fest Committee would like to formally thank everyone who helped to make this event a success last month. A special thank you to the Pow Wow Committee, all who made a donation, workers, musicians, speakers and mini­ sters We look forward to sponsoring this event again next year. DISTRIBUTION DENIAL.. .from page 15 does a citizen of a state have a right to a pro rata share of a state’s funds and assets. Such a right would cripple the state’s ability to provide needed services. A modern Indian tribe could be similarly crippled by the distribution of its assets against its government’s will.” The solicitor said that if Muskrat has evidence of abuses of Jicarilla Apache Tribal funds, she should present such evidence to the tribe, the Bureau of Indian Affairs or the U.S. Attorney. CSKTs Chor-Koosta News, PaWo, MT. Page 16 June 13, 1985

Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.), 13 June 1985, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn79007540/1985-06-13/ed-1/seq-16/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.