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KICKING HORSE, from page one ___ Commerce president; and Dennis DeVries, Poison Chamber of Com merce president. Also bearing gifts was the center’s Community Relations board - presi dent Art Donovan, vice-president Deb bie Preston, and members Rick Neiss and Don Olson, Jr. — and the Corpsmember Council, represented by Robert Belisle. Other Tribal representatives to meet with Rell and Douglas were Council chairman Mickey Pablo, Ronan Council member Bob McCrea, and Executive Secretary Joe Dupuis, who preceded Clairmont as center director. Right: National Job Corps director Peter Rell visited the Kicking Horse center Aug. 20. Below: Center director Virgil Clair mont leads a tour of the Kicking Horse campus, southeast of Ronan. Page 2. Just before departing on the helicop ter that delivered him, Rell helped plant a small Douglas-fir tree on the campus’ front lawn, prompting a few final words from Clairmont: \This Christmas when the President lights up the White House tree, you'll know that we’re lighting one up out here for you, too.\ * UPDATE: A week after the big visit, Kicking Horse officials got word that the center's performance evaluation for that past twelve months was the highest possible. The center's score beat out the 11 other centers in Region 7 and 8. CSKT’s Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT ( REMINDERS ) Last call for logo contest The Student Support Services program (formerly titled Special Services for Disad vantaged Students) at Salish Kootenai Col lege is requesting submission of a new poster and brochure logo for the academic year 1987-88. Designs should be submitted on 16\ x 20\ white paper, limited to three colors with camera-ready quality lettering. Deadline date for submission is SEP TEMBER 4,1987. $100.00 cash award will be paid on September 7 after the winning design is selected. For further information contact: Ellen Swaney Student Support Services Salish Kootenai College Box 117 Pablo, MT 59855 (406/675-4800) Comments sought According to federal regulations, there- must be a public comment on the annual work plan for the Low-Income Energy As sistance Program (LIEAP). Anyone wishing to comment on the plan may review it at the LIEAP office located in the Salish and Kootenai Houisng Authority's maintenance building in Pablo. All comments must be received by the close of business on September 4, 1987. The program will serve all low-income households of enrolled members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and direct descendants within the Reserva tion boundaires. Assistance will be based on fuel type and size of home. No heating costs incurred before October 1, 1987, will be paid. Applications have been mailed to last year's applicants. If you are in need of an ap plication, please call 675-2000. CSKTs Char-Koosta News EDITOR: Patti M. Blomquist REPORTER: Channel R. Tellier Printing by Char-Koosta Printing Pablo, MT 59855 The Char-Koosta News (ISSN 0893-8970) is published weekly by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, P.O. Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855, as a free-of-charge service to enrolled Tribal members. Second-class postage paid at Pablo, MT j 59855, and at additional mailing office. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Char-Koosta News, P.O. Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855 (phone: 406/675-2700). Articles may be reprinted from the Char- Koosta News, but please give us proper credit. ..................................September 1,1987