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Complete the survey for a chance to win!
of Northwest Indians (ATNI), in partnership with
the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, received a
broadband (Internet delivery method) planning
grant from the State of Washington. The next
step is a community broadband technology survey
and your participation is important. The
purpose of this survey is to collect detailed
information from community members regarding
communications and technology. The survey
responses will be used to prepare a technology
plan for the future and create awareness of
current needs in Indian Country.
Each person completing the survey will be
entered to win one of five $50 Visa gift cards;
the drawing will take place on April 20th
so please take a few minutes to get your survey
in today. Your participation is important!! To
complete the survey go to:
There will be a General Citizenship meeting on September 6, 2014 from 10a.m to 2p.m. in the Community Center.
Tribal Citizen Annual Picnic August 9, 2014
Call for Public
Comment – HUD Final Report – Blyn Water System
On December 31, 2013 the Tribe
successfully completed the HUD funded Blyn Water
System Expansion Project. This project included
construction of two additional water storage
tanks, development of a deep aquifer well and
connection of the new well to our existing water
supply. This project benefits the Tribal
governmental operations at the Blyn Campus, the
Longhouse Market and the Blyn Fire Station.
Please feel free to review the
report and provide any comments to:
Annette Nesse, COO at
Phone (360) 681-4620.
This report will be submitted to HUD, inclusive
of any public comments, on March 31, 2014.
Tribal Emergency Preparedness Program
Learn more about the US 101 East Sequim
Bay Improvement Project.
Paddle to Bella
2014 Paddle Journey to Bella Bella. Learn
more about Salish Canoe Journeys.
House of Seven Generations
Since time immemorial the S'Klallam People have lived and prospered on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Known as 'the Strong People' the S'Klallams created a rich culture of art, spirituality, traditional knowledge and self-reliance that