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SNOQUALMIE, WA— Enrolled members of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe held elections at their Annual Meeting on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Members voted for candidates to serve in the Tribal Chair, Tribal Council and Tribal Council Alternate positions.

Robert de los Angeles will serve as Tribal Chairman, coming directly from serving as a full-time Tribal Council Member. Marilee Mai, Kanium Ventura and Jerry Boney are joining the Tribal Council as new full-time members. Melynda Digre will be serving as a Tribal Council Alternate.

Tribal Leaders have asked “What is the best option for the HVAC upgrade?” as they consider replacing it with a more energy efficient up to date system due to the plan to increase utilization of the Tribal Center Building. The Tribe would like to move forward with purchasing equipment, installation, and service of a new conventional HVAC system consisting of furnaces and either heat pumps or air conditioning units.

Snoqualmie Tribe is seeking proposals from qualified, professional property management firms to provide property management services for Snoqualmie Tribe’s rental properties which currently include single family homes and commercial property. The Tribe currently owns 5 single family homes and 4 commercial properties in the Snoqualmie Valley. The number of properties is subject to change.

Please note that for the purposes of the Saturday, May 12, 2018 General Council meeting, any form of official photo ID will work for verification of your identity. 

You do not have to present your official Tribal ID card for entry to the meeting.

On Saturday, April 14, 2018 the Snoqualmie Tribe honored Tribal Members graduating from High School and higher education at a special dinner and ceremony at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom.

Here are all of the Tribal Members graduating that have supplied information to the Education Department:

High School Graduates:

Last Saturday (April 14, 2018), Chairwoman Jolene Williams, Vice Chairman Bob de los Angeles, and Tribal Treasurer Suzanne Sailto met with Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives. They discussed Tribal priorities, sacred Snoqualmie Falls, and the mutual desire to continue working together in the future.

North Bend, Snoqualmie Tribe Partner for Special Recycling Event Provides Free Recycling for King County Residents

SNOQUALMIE, WA— The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is proud to partner with the City of North Bend to provide a free recycling event for household materials from King County Residents.

The event will take place on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Mt. Si High School Freshman Campus at 9200 Railroad Avenue, Snoqualmie WA, 98065.

The service providers participating in the event will accept:

It is with great sadness and prayers for the family that we notify you that Tribal Elder Kenneth Dale Eddy passed away at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane on April 10, 2018.

The family is working on service arrangements at this time, more information will be shared when it is available.

The Snoqualmie Tribe Housing Department would like to thank the membership for its significant participation in the Housing Survey. We have collected valuable data regarding Tribal Member households as we continue to research and recognize the needs of Tribal Members. 

Here are the 3 raffle numbers that were drawn for gift cards:

Tribal Government Provides 325 Hams

SNOQUALMIE, WA— As part of the annual observance of Easter, the Snoqualmie Tribe worked with organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley to distribute hams to Elders and families to help supply a good meal for holiday dinners.

Among the organizations that received hams from the Snoqualmie Tribe are:

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