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The Snoqualmie Tribe is carrying a tracking device on Canoe Journey that will let you see where they are and where they have traveled on an online map hosted by the Lummi Tribe.
We would like to share the two opportunities below with Tribal Members.
The Snoqualmie Tribal Council is requesting a call to artists for submissions to be considered for an Honoring Blanket for Tribal Elders.
Please note the following update regarding departure times and locations for Canoe Journey next week: Culture Department staff will meet at the Tribal Center at 7am on 7/16.
Information regarding the 2019 Canoe Journey Benefit, including the appllication, are now available under the TCR section of our website:
Due to the upcoming Federal Holiday, Tribal Administration will be closed on July 4th and 5th, reopening for normal hours on Monday, July 8, 2019.
Will Pray at Snoqualmie Falls on Friday, June 21 Beginning at 6 AM
Elect Five Tribal Council Members and Two Alternates
Snoqualmie Indian Reservation – The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is celebrating the conclusion of their successful advocacy effort that will greatly expedite the completion of safety improvements on State Route 18 in
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is requesting proposals from qualified financial institutions for liquidity management services.

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