Holiday Turkey Pick-Up Nov 19-20

Please stop by admin and pick-up your holiday Turkey November 19th and 20th. Between 9:00am and 5:00pm

 

Kenneth Dean Tollefson was born on October 26, 1935 in Cedar Falls, Iowa and passed away on November 20, 2018 in Shoreline, Washington.  He was the fourth of five sons of Willard and Ruth Tollefson.  Ken met Ruth Martin of Kansas, during college and they married on August 20, 1955.  Ken earned a Masters of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore, Kentucky) in 1961.  He pastored a Free Methodist church in Norman, Oklahoma, before being called to study anthropology, completing a master’s degree from the University of Oklahoma in June of 1965.

Please be aware that Tribal Council is recognizing the National Day of Mourning on Wednesday, December 5th to honor former president George H.W. Bush.

Due to this decision, non-essential staff as determined by department Directors will be allowed to take December 5th off.

If you are planning to visit Tribal Administration, please call or e-mail ahead of time to be sure the person you intend to meet with is available.

 

Services for Dr. Kenneth D. Tollefson will be held at:

We share this sad news with prayers for the family; Dr. Kennth Tollefson has passed on November 20, 2018.

Dr. Tollefson was instrumental in our Federal Re-Recognition.

Details of services which are planned for after the holiday will be forthcoming.

Most departments in Tribal Administration will be closing at noon on Wednesday, November 21 to begin the Thanksgiving holiday.  If you are planning to visit, please call ahead to make sure the person or department you are expecting to meet is available.

Tribal Administration will remain closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for Thanksgiving.

We will reopen normal hours on Monday, November 26.

Margie Wolfer, 87, was granted her angel wings on November 2, 2018. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and friends in Snohomish.

Margie was born January 1, 1931, in Monroe to Herman and Ruth Harriman. Margie was an elder of the Snoqualmie Tribe and a lifelong resident of Snohomish.

The Tribe is requesting proposals from qualified financial institutions (each a “Bank”) for a primary banking relationship. The Bank must be able to provide the full range of financial services required by this Request for Proposal (“RFP”). The Tribe is located in Snoqualmie, Washington. Proposals must include banking services for the Tribal Government, Crescent Market (gas station/convenience store/tobacco store/liquor store), and possible future Tribal enterprises.

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