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Vietnam memorial The Montana State Vietnam Memo rial statue is on the Reservation this week. See the story on page one for times and places. TEC to meet The Tribal Education Committee will hold its first meeting of the 1988-89 scholastic year on Monday, Sept, ^ . b e ginning at 4 p.m., in the BIA conference room at Tribal headquarters in Pablo. The public is encouraged to attend. Pablo PTA meets on Tuesdays The first meeting of the Pablo Parent- Teacher Association (PTA) will be on Sept. 20, beginning at 7 p.m. in the school’s general-purpose room, and every third Tuesday throughout the school year. “Everyone who cares about children can and should belong to the PTA,” according to Ron Bick, PTA president. “The PTA works with school officials, local governments and busi nesses, state and national PTA’s and the community to address issues related to the welfare of our children. Parents, teachers, grandparents, high school students, school officials, busi nesspeople — even if you don’t have children, if you’re just concerned — we’d like to see you there.” The Pablo FT A represents about 150 kindergarten- through-fourth-grade students. For more information, contact Bick at 675- 3000 or the school office at 675-2831. SSA rep to visit Ronan 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 Poison senior citi zens center on Tuesday, Sept. 20, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30p.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 251-5033. 1988 TERS football schedule September 16 - HOMECOMING, Rocky Boy, 1:30 September 28 - Arlee (home), 4:00 October 3 - Superior (there), 5:00 October 10 - St. Regis (home), 3:30 Stevensville Pilgrimage The annual Stevensville Pilgrimage will be held Sunday, Sept. 18. Details on page one. And elsewhere ....... (Note: In most cases, further informa tion about any of the items below is available at our Pablo offices — Edi tor.) ANOTHER FAIR? What with the recent fairs in Kalispell, Missoula and Plains, everyone’s probably “faired out” for the year. For those who aren’t, though, there’s still some time left on the Spokane Interstate Fair (Sept. 9-18) agenda. In addition to the usual range of fair doings, daily demonstrations of Indian traditions — beading, tepee building, quillwork and painting — are scheduled at the Indian Village, a fea ture the three Montana fairs mentioned earlier don’t have. Looks like a good deal if you’re of a mind to travel this weekend. SEIT. 23: Michigan Indian Day in Detroit. Parade, feast, mini-pow wow. Detais: Robert Passage, 313/754-7914. SEPT. 28 - OCT. 2: 12th annual Plains Indian art seminar; Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY. Art from the Tribal people of the eastern plains and western woodlands will be featured. Details: George Horse Capture, BBHC — Box 1000, Cody, WY 82414 (307/ 587-4771). OCT. 12-13: Indian education work shop sponsored by the Coalition for Indian Education; Doubletree Hotel, Albuquerque, NM. Details: Dean Chav- ers, President, CIE; 3620 Wyoming Blvd. NE; Albuquerque, NM 87111 (phone 505/275-9788). OCT. 24-28: NCAI’s 45th annual convention; Ramkota Inn, Sioux Falls, SD. Details: 202/546-9404. NOV. 13-17: 20th annual National Indian Education Association confer ence; Tulsa, OK. Details forthcoming, we hope. BUSINESS WORKSHOPS: The Small Business Center of Flathead Val ley Community College (Kalispell) has 15 workshops on its Business and Pro fessional Development Ffrogram series agenda, which runs from October through December. The topics include the usual — The Art of Successful Selling, Managing and Resolving Con flict — and some others — The Gram mar Crammer (“Do you avoid semi colons for fear they may b ite?... Do What You Love: The Money Will Fol low. Fees range from $22 to $92. De tails: See the brochure here or contact FVCC directly: FVCC’s Small Busi ness Center, #1 First S t East, Kalispell, MT 59901 (752-5222). IHS SCHEDULES RABIES CLINICS ACROSS RESERVATION The Indian Health Service is conducting its annual rabies clinics in Reservation communities Sept. 13-15: Tuesday, Sept. 13: Charlo, fire hall, 10:30 to 11:00; Woodcock Housing Division (at water-pump house), 11:15 to 12:00; Pache Housing Division (at turn-off to sewer lagoon), 1:00 to 1:45; Ronan, County Extention office, 2:00 to 3:00; Pablo, fire hall, 3:30 to 4:30. Wednesday, Sept. 14: Turtle Lake Community Center, 9:00 to 10:00; Poison, old city hall, 10:30 to 12:00; Elmo, Koostatah Hall, 1:15 to 2:00; Hot Springs, bowling alley, 3:00 to 4:00. Thursday, Sept. 15: Evaro/Schley, Joe’s Jiffy Stop, 9:00 to 10:00; Arlee, bowling alley, 10:30 to 12:00; Dixon, Two Eagle River School, 1:00 to 2:00; St. Igna tius Community Center, 2:30 to 4:30. Dogs should be vaccinated every two years, and cats need vaccination every year, says the IHS. Pets belonging to Tribal members will receive free rabies shots at all clinics.