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SNOQUALMIE, WA (June 30, 2014) – On Thursday, June 26th, City of Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe as the recipient of the 2014 Mayor’s Arts Award for Cultural Invest
Canoe Journey funding is part of the overall Tradtional, Cultural, and Recreation benefit. Adult applicants may request to use up to $500 for eligible Canoe Journey expenses.
The Snoqualmie Fireworks Supply Stand will be open for the 2014 year beginning Friday, June 20th.  2014 Stand Hours: 
Viewing: Hill Funeral Home (217 E. Pioneer Ave Puyallup) on May 31st from 10am to 7pm Services: Tacoma Dome Convention Center on June 1st at 10am
Funeral services for Billy Frank Jr. have been announced.
Governor Jay Inslee has in the last few weeks signed four bills that promote the welfare and wellbeing of Indians throughout Washington State.
If you or someone you know has been affected directly by the Oso Slide, there are two websites you may want to visit for resources, including community cost assistance.

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