Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.) 1985-current, February 03, 1988, Image 4

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A FEW MORE BLUE BAY CONFERENCE DETAILS Developing a plan for the Blue Bay Healing Center will be the subject of a conference Feb. 9-12 to be held at the St. Ignatius Community Center. Cruz Acevedo and Phil Lane (both of the Four Worlds Development Project), Phyliss Chelsea (of Alkalai Lake in Canada), and Cathleen Brooks (nation­ ally known for her work in the Field of alcoholism, particularly with adult chil­ dren of alcoholics), have been invited as consultants to explain what other pro­ grams can offer the center, according to Anna Whiting-Sorrell, director of the Tribal Health Department’s Alcohol Component, which is sponsoring the conference. The Reservation community is needed to help plan out the structure according to specific local needs, she says. The sessions will run from 9:30 in the morning until 4 p.m. each day. Whiting-Sorrell says they’d like to be contacted by everyone who plans to attend so they can make arrangements for rides and so they’ll know how many they should plan to feed. For additional information, contact either Whiting-Sorrell, Gary Neumann or BBHC project director Ben Ascensio at 676-2770. TERS basketball schedule Feb. 5, Seeley-Swan, home (time not listed) Feb. 6, Drummond, there, 6:15 p.m. Feb. 12, Charlo, there, 5:45 p.m. Feb. 13, Arlee, home, 5:45 p.m. Feb. 19,HotSprings,home,6:15p.m. Feb. 20, St. Regis, home, 5:45 p.m. TERS home games will be played at the St. Igantius Community Center. J. V. Games will begin at the time shown above with the varsity game following. Questions? Call 246-3598. SKC basketball schedule SKC’s basketball team has only two games left to play this season: Feb. 6 — against BCC, SKC hosts Feb. 7 — against BCC again, there iiinüv t PLACES TO GO\ K THINGS TO; DO 1 Federal offices to close BIA and IHS offices will be closed for Presidents’ Day, Feb. 15. The Tribes, however, don’t observe the day as a holiday, so we’ll all be here. It’s tax-time again Tax forms and booklets (federal and state) for 1987 are available now at the D’Arcy McNickle Tribal Library on the SKC campus in Pablo. In addition to the most-common forms, some specialty forms are available too for photocopy­ ing (5 cents per photocopy). The library is open to the public on weekdays. ARLEE CELEBRATION _________NOTICE _________ Any Tribal member interested in running a concession stand or card room at this year’s Fourth of July Pow W ow in Arlee should contact Bearhead S waney, Pow Wow Committee chairman, at 676-2770 (THD), weekdays, or send your request to him at the Tribal Health Dept., 26 Round Butte Rd., Ronan, MT 59864. VA officer’s schedule A service representative from the Veterans Administration office in Mis­ soula will be on the Reservation next Thursday, Feb. 9, to meet with veterans and their dependents: ARLEE, 8:30 to 9 a.m., senior citi­ zens center DIXON, 9:30 to 10 a.m., post office ST. IGNATIUS, 10:30 to 11 a.m., IHS building RONAN, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., senior citizens center POLSON, 3 to 5 p.m., senior citizens center For additional information, call 542- 2501. SSA ‘field rep’ to visit A field representative from the Mis­ soula Social Security Administration office will be on the Reservation this month to help people with any business they may have with the federal aid pro­ gram. He’ll be at the Ronan senior citi­ zen center on Tuesday, Feb. 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please bring 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” 1-800-722-0453. You can also call the Missoula office directly at its new phone number, 251-5033. For women only: Stress management A series of three one-day stress-man­ agement seminars for working women has been scheduled for Montana: Tues­ day, Feb. 23, in Missoula; Feb. 24 in Billings; and Feb. 25 in Great Falls— all at the Sheraton hotels in those towns. The seminar makes these promises: Participants will learn to keep their energy level high and consistent; handle conflicts and crises with composure; gain a comfortable sense of balance between work and home; achieve more in less time with less effort; and improve their health — and stay healthy. The cost is $49 per person, or $43 each for groups of eight or more. Pre­ registration is recommended; at-the- door registrants may be accepted if there’s room. Details: See the brochure here at Char-Koosta News, or call or write the seminars’ sponsor: CareerTrack Semi­ nars, 1800 38th St., Boulder, CO 80301- 2693; Attn: New Registrations (or phone 303/447-2300). Win a tepee The TERS bi-lingual program is raf­ fling off an 18-foot tepee April 5 at the bingo in St. Ignatius. Proceeds will go toward funding the annual TERS Elders Week, which will take place in May. One more item on page 12 — PAGE 4 - CSKTs Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT - February 3, 1988 | 3

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