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Doreena Dee Plant M iss Flathead 198 3 -84 and 1984-85 Junior Miss Flathead 1980-81 Doreena Dee Plant was bom at Brewster, WA, to Albert and Delphine Plant on July 25, 1966. She is the granddaughter of Tony and Clara Plant She’s an honor roll student at Arlee High School. As Miss Flathead for’83, ’84, ’85 she attended numerous pow wows in Montana, Idaho and Washington and Canada. She was the guest speaker at the Montana Indian Education Con ference at Butte She is the student representative to the Montana Indian Education Board, as well as to the Title IV Board in Arlee. She is also actively involved with the Junior Tribal Council on the Flathead Reservation, peer pressure counseling in the Arlee area, Catholic Youth Leadership, Montana Teenage Institute, the Indian and chess clubs in school, and with various projects in the church. She also participates in the traditional, cultural and spiritual activities of her Tribes. Besides winning numerous awards for her speeches, her most recent achievements were being part of the Arlee High School team that won the speech and debate travelling trophy during Kyi-Yo Days at Missoula and being chosen ITYP Princess this month. Doreena’s main interests are the future of her Tribe, Tribal government, culture, the Salish language and hymns of her people. Summer lunch program sites announced Five communities on the Reservation have been desig nated as meal sites for this year’s summer feeding pro gram, according to coordinator Margene Asay: St Ignatius, at the community center Arlee, at the Salish Indian Sr. Center Ronan, at the Indian Sr. Citizens Center Elmo, at Koostatah Hall Turtle Lake, at the community center The program began June 17 and will continue through August 2. There won’t be any meals served from July 1-5, though, Asay said Children up to the age of 18 years are eligible for the free lunches. All diners 18 and over MUST pay $2 per meal, because the state will reimburse only the cost of the youngsters’ meals, Asay explained Direct any questions to Asay at 676-2770. Western Montana’s Best in Prices, Service and Convenience Highway 93 Top of the Hill South of Poison 406/883-5231 June 27,1985 CSKTs Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT. Page 27