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The Tribe has been supporting local community transit services since 2007.
The Washington Indian Gaming Association has announced their 2018-19 Scholarship Program.  This year they wil
It is with great sadness and prayers for the family that we notify you that Tribal Elder Robert Reid passed away on January 14, 2018.
It is with great sadness and prayers for the family that we notify you that Tribal Elder James Seymour passed away on Saturday evening (January 13, 2018). There are no scheduled services at this time.
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe’s Funeral Attendance Assistance Program provides financial assistance to help adult enrolled Snoqualmie Tribal Members attend a wake, funeral, burial, and other bereavement event(s).
It is with prayers for the family and sadness we share the news that Tribal Elder, Joan Smeltzer has passed. Information for her services will follow.
The American Indian Endowed Scholarship provides educational scholarships on a competitive basis to outstanding students with close social and cultural ties to an American Indian tribe or community in Washington State
Tribal Government and Snoqualmie Casino Provide 450 Hams
Snoqualmie Falls, and surrounding lands, are sacred to the Snoqualmie People.
Brian Decorah Brings Over 20 Years of Casino Experience to Leadership Position

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