Mother of the
Wolf Children

The legend of the mother and wolf children describe the origin of the village on Sequim Bay.
She is carved with her digging stick and harvested clams, a delicacy, and important resource for the Tribe throughout history.
 
From the Dance Plaza House Post Carvings - Dale Faulstich, Lead Carver and Designer.
Assistant Carvers: Nathan Gilles and Ed Charles. Volunteer carvers: Harry Burlingone and Don Walsh.

 
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Wanda Becker

Wanda Becker

 

 

Congratulations, Wanda Becker,

2nd Qtr. 2018 Employee Honor Award Recipient

 

Please join us in congratulating Wanda Becker of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Economic Development Agency (EDA), who has been selected as the 2nd quarter honoree for the Jamestown Employee Honor Award. Wanda is among nine employees nominated by their peers, supervisors, citizens, customers and patients for their outstanding contributions to our workplace. The quarterly Jamestown Employee Honor Award recognizes employees who:

 

Go above and beyond by providing exceptional service

Demonstrate creativity resulting in cost savings or efficiency

Play a key role as a volunteer for tribal functions/events

Act as an ambassador to the community

Demonstrate a high level of initiative.

 

Wanda began working for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe in December 2003, and made a tremendous impact on the EDA and the people it serves as expressed in the nomination:

 

I am proud to nominate Wanda Becker for the Jamestown Employee Honor Award. For 15 years Wanda has diligently and loyally served as the Operations Assistant for the Jamestown Economic Development Authority (EDA). She has provided consistent and outstanding customer service to Tribal Citizens and non-Tribal clients alike. Her upbeat attitude and friendly demeanor is appreciated by all those who come in contact with her. She is kind, considerate and will always take the initiative in a pinch. Most recently, Carlsborg Self-storage (CSS), an enterprise that is largely overseen by Wanda, built out 40 new storage units. The goal to fill those units was 6 months. Through creative marketing and hard work, Wanda was able to fill each unit (100%) capacity in about 30 days! In addition to running CSS, Wanda provides customer service support to Jamestown Excavating and volunteers on the Tribe's Employee Appreciation Committee. Each day, she represents the Tribe and the EDA by supporting Tribal businesses and entrepreneurs. Despite the inherent challenges of the job, she maintains a smile on her face and warmness in her heart for all of those that are fortunate enough to work with her.”

 

As an expression of our gratitude for her contributions to our workplace, Wanda’s name will be added to a perpetual wall plaque for display in Tribal offices, and she may choose between $100.00 cash or a paid day.

 

Congratulations to all our 2nd quarter nominees:

 

Dustin Brenske, SCS

Jessica Humphries, SCS

Jan Jacobson, Library

IIan Jones, Facilities

Molly Martin, JFHC

Donna Short, JFHC (Two Nominations)

Shelly Tweter, JFHC

Jean Winders, JFHC

 

The next honoree will be awarded in October 2018. Thank you to everyone who took time to recognize their co-workers; keep those nominations coming! Nomination forms can be submitted any time and are available on the Jamestown website and the HR tab of SharePoint.

 

- The Human Resources Department


 

 

     

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