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Places to go. things to do REMINDERS: The open burning season on the Reservation began on March 1 and will continue to Sept. 1. Please call Tribal Air Quality for more information: 745-4242. Portable sanitaion units may be rented for outdoor gatherings in the near future from the Wildland Recreation program in Pablo. Call 675-2700 for more details. Local elections Elections for fire and irrigation district trustees, and for school district trustees and bond issues will be held Tuesday, April 7, at Bigfork School, Montecahto Club, Cherry Valley School, Elmo and Valley View Schools, Pablo School, Ronan Com munity Center, Charlo School, Arlee School, St. Ignatius School, Proctor, Swan Lake, Salmon Prairie. The polls will be open from 8 am. to 8 p.m. Call the election office in Poison or your local school for details. If you have a health emergency between 5 p.m. on Friday and 12 noon on Tuesday, call the election office at 883-6211 (ext. 280) and arrangements will be made for a ballot to be brought to you. Absentee voting is available from the time ballots are received until 12 noon, April 6. Request school ballots from your local school district office, and fire and irrigation district ballots from the election office in Poison. PABLO A.A. MEETINGS AA. meetings are held every Monday at 8 p.m. in the conference room of Salish Kootenai College in Pablo. The open meetings feature a study of the Come-to-Leam Big Book. 1986 tax forms The SKC library in Pablo has a good variety of tax booklets and forms available for your convenience. SSA field 'rep' to visit A field representative from the Missoula Social Security Administra tion office will be on the Reservation this month to help people with any business they may have with the federal aid program. His schedule is: POLSON - Wednesday, March 18, from 10 a.m. to noon, and from 1 to 3 p.m., at the senior citizens center at 504 3rd Ave. East RONAN - Thursday, March 19, from 9 am . to noon, at the senior citizens center at 528 Main SW. Please bring with you any letters or notices you have questions about. If you’d rather, you can take care of some business over the phone by using the toll-free number for Montana: 1-800-332-7770. You can also call the Missoula office directly at 721-0455 (to make an appointment for a claim), or 721-0453 (for general business). ........... and elsewhere.. . . . . MARCH 19 - 21: Basketball tour naments - Men’s 6 foot and under (12 teams); men’s regular (8 teams); and women’s (8 teams); Fort Hall, Idaho. Entry fee is $125, and the deadline is MARCH 13. Details: 208/238-3770. MARCH 15-19: National TERO conven tion, Spokane Sheraton, Spokane, WA. Details: Frank Friedlander or Carmen Holt, 509/634-4711, ext. 305-306. New phone number The Tribal Operation and Maintenance Program in Pablo has a new phone number: 675-2000. MARCH 19-21:19th annual C.M. Russell Auction of Original Western Art, Great Falls, MT. Details: Great Falls Advertising Federation, Box 619, Great Falls, MT 59403 (406/761-6453). MARCH 21 and 22: 9th annual Culture Week pow wow, Regina Exhibition Park, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 13 dance categories, $500 top adult prize money. Details: Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (sponsors), 306/584-8333. NOW TO APRIL 3: Paiute-Washoe- Shoshone beaded baskets and bottles display, Museum of the Plains Indian and Craft Center, Browning. Details: 406/338- 5661. WIC: Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children WIC means health care, supplemental food, and nutrition education for Women, Infants, and Children. WIC is for you if you: • are pregnant to six weeks postpartum *■' nursing a baby • have a child under five years old • have an identified nutrition need • meet established income guidelines • live in a WIC service area __________ Contact: Tribal Health in Ronan at 676-2770 I’m an enrolled CSK Tribal member. Please put me on the mailing list to receive the Council meeting minutes: NAME STREET ADDRESS OR P.O. BOX CITY/TCWN STATE ZIP CODE Mail completad coupon to: Executive Secretary’s Office P.O. Box 276 — Pablo, MT 59855 March 10.1987 CSKTs Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT Page 3