colville 12 tribes logoColville Gaming LLC, Forest Products, LLC, and CTFC Administration lifts COVID-19 restrictions for team members and patrons who have been fully vaccinated with a valid vaccination card.

OMAK, WASH. MAY 24, 2021— In accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Colville Tribe’s Health Director Guidance, the Colville Tribal Federal Corporation (CTFC), consisting of Colville Gaming LLC, Forest Products, LLC, and the CTFC Administration are open without COVID-19 restrictions, with the exception of the following requirements;

• Screening: Team members and patrons who have been fully vaccinated, with a valid vaccination card, are exempt from the daily screening requirements. Team members and patrons who have not been fully vaccinated, without a valid vaccination card, must continue with daily screening routines.

• Mask Mandate: Team members and patrons who have been fully vaccinated, with a valid vaccination card, are exempt from the mask mandate. Team members and patrons who have not been fully vaccinated, without a valid vaccination card, must continue to wear masks at all times while on CTFC facilities.

• Social Distancing: Team members and patrons who have been fully vaccinated, with a valid vaccination card, are exempt from current social distancing policies. Team members and patrons who have not been fully vaccinated, without a valid vaccination card, must continue to social distance at all times while on CTFC facilities.

Team members who have symptoms at screening will not be admitted to the facilities and will be referred to contact tracing and COVID-19 testing as previously required. Team members who have been referred for testing will not be allowed to return to work until they are released by their health care provider.

Team members should contact benefits immediately if symptoms are present to determine if Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) leave can be granted.

Team members should still not report to work sick.

“Our team members and patrons have been diligent in following the safety standards CTFC has put in place for the last year,” said Kary Nichols, CTFC Chief Executive Officer. “We are confident that we will continue to be the right place for the right time.”

CTFC appreciates the efforts from team members to get vaccinated, and continues to encourage team members to get vaccinated with their local healthcare providers.

CityofEastWenatcheePoliceLoOn 05-14-2021 at approximately 2300 hours, East Wenatchee Police Officers responded to reports of hearing a gun shot and finding a male unresponsive in the parking lot between Cedars Inn and The Clearwater.  Callers reported the male had been shot and was bleeding heavily. 

At approximately 2302 hours, officers arrived on scene within 1 minute of the call and located the unresponsive male.  The male did have a gunshot wound to the leg and was bleeding heavily.  Officers performed lifesaving measures with the application of tourniquets and direct pressure. The scene was secured, and EMS arrived to transport the male.

After the initial investigation, it was discovered the male had accidentally discharged the firearm, striking himself in the leg.  A firearm was located at the scene. 

After emergency surgery, the male subject is listed in stable condition and recovering in the ICU.

The investigation is ongoing. 

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Meeting ID: 895 6602 3031
 
May's upcoming meeting (on Tuesday) will be focused on Short Term Rental issues. There will be a question and answer period where community questions will be welcome for Commissioner Tiffany Gering & Sheriff Brian Burnett.
 

CityofEastWenatcheePoliceLoEAST WENATCHEE, WA – At 8:14am, the East Wenatchee Police Department received a call that a 13 year old, male, Eastmont Junior High School student had posted a video containing a firearm on social media, the previous day, and then posted an alarming comment on his initial post. A second comment was then made indicating that he wasn’t serious in his first comment.

East Wenatchee Police Officers responded immediately to the student’s home and made contact with the student and then his parents. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the call and responded to Eastmont Junior High School. The student was located without incident. The East Wenatchee Police Department is working with the Eastmont School District and no criminal charges were filed at this time.

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Local real estate man Russ McClellan has amassed a collection of podcasts on YouTube that cover a wide range of subjects from real estate to general wisdom.

Take a look and listen at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-h8-6txrD7rZ9VWi2iH3Q/videos

 

buckner logoBUCKNER HOMESTEAD HERITAGE FOUNDATION
2021 ANNUAL MEETING
via Zoom

Topic: BHHF ANNUAL MEETING
Time: May 10, 2021 06:45 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75094100391?pwd=OVd1ajA2V2NxR0Z3dFMxY3I3UWpzUT09

Meeting ID: 750 9410 0391
Passcode: 14BAgK

6:45 - Access to meeting begins
7:00 - Meeting is called to order

This will be a very brief meeting, 10-15 minutes, with only two items on the agenda, pre-filed motions, and limited discussion. Many members, especially those in Stehekin, have limited broadband; and a brief meeting may allow more to participate. If you are concerned about broadband usage, you should wait until close to 7 PM to access the meeting.

Election of Officers and Board Members
Adoption of 2021 Budget

AGENDA

I. Call to Order by the President 7 PM

II. Election of Board Members and Officers

MOTION 1-2021

(Moved by Cinda Gilbert, seconded by JoAnne Reiter)

Elect Foundation Officers to one-year Terms

· Herb Sargo - President

· Christy Libbey - Treasurer

· Laura Reiter - Secretary

MOTION 2-2021
(Moved by Danita Breeze, seconded by Adrienne Carpenter)

Elect acting board members to completion of those terms

Board members Christy Libbey, for one year remaining on three-year term, and
Board Members for two years remaining on 3-year terms

· Brun Garfoot - Greater Lake Chelan Representative A

· Laura Reiter - Greater Lake Chelan Representative B

· Jim Trappe - Position #8

MOTION 3-2021

(Moved by JoAnn Reiter, seconded by Christine Sargo)

Re-elect Board Members whose three-year terms are expiring

· Dick Bingham - Stehekin Community Representative A

· Bob Nielsen - Stehekin Representative B

· Doug England - Apple Industry Representative

With the above actions, the Foundation Board will be fully elected, with staggered terms on track.

MOTION 4-2021
(Moved by Christy Libbey, seconded by Laura Reiter)

Approve the 2021 Annual Budget as presented (Attached)
The attached PDF is two pages, so scroll down to the second page for the current budget status and the breakout of funds budgeted for projects. The draft revenues and expenditures are in the green column to the right in the document. The current budget status is there, as well.

Please address all questions regarding the elections and the budget to this e-mail address prior to the meeting.

See you Monday, with the hope that a year from now we will be meeting in-person, greeting and getting to know each other, as well as having a greater opportunity to discuss the Buckner Orchard and our work there.

Herb Sargo
President

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Visit our web site: bucknerhomestead.org

The 101st Manson Apple Blossom Festival is set for the second weekend in May, the 7th and 8th, just two weeks away. Visit  www.moretomanson to find accommodations and other useful information. Town will fill up for this event. This is a great weekend to visit Manson with spring in full bloom.Manson Apple Blossom Schedule of events:

FRIDAY – May 7

Crowning of Apple Blossom Royalty starts at 6:00 pm at North Shore Bible Church. We will crown the 2020 and 2021 Royalty. The event is outside under a tent. The Manson High School Jazz Band will play music. A box dinner is available. https://fb.me/e/3oUYDMZVT

SATURDAY – May 8

The Manson Apple Blossom Pancake Breakfast is a great way to start your morning. Pancakes, eggs, ham, coffee and juice will be served at North Shore Bible Church from 6:30 to 10. https://fb.me/e/1vnPOUDpj

The Manson Apple Blossom Quilt Show will be held inside the North Shore Bible Church’s gym starting at 7:00 am and ends at 2:00. We ask you to wear a mask and practice social distancing at the event. Entry fee is $3.00 or just show your Apple Blossom button. https://fb.me/e/F3WHV96Z

The Manson Apple Blossom 5K/2K Fun Run. You can pre-register online for $20 or 7:30 am race day for $25. Race gets underway at 8:30 in front of the Manson Business Center. https://fb.me/e/3t4tExWUN

Manson Apple Blossom Parade. Listen for the Manson Fire station siren at 11:00 am that signifies the Apple Blossom Parade is getting underway. The American Legion and VFW will lead the parade followed by our first responders; be sure to give them a big hand! Parade starts at the Lake Chelan Building Supply and ends at Manson Bay Park. Get there early and stake out your seat. Be sure to stay in town after the parade and enjoy our many businesses. https://fb.me/e/1Dgct5Bjc

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The next Manson Community Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 @ 6:00 pm via Zoom.
 
The same Zoom link will be used each time.
 
MCC meets regularly every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm.
 
Meeting ID: 895 6602 3031
 
 
This Zoom link is also found on our MCC Facebook page.

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I am proud to announce the start of the annual Central Washington Congressional Art Competition!

This is an excellent opportunity to recognize young artists across the nation, and I encourage every high school student in our district with an interest in painting, sketching, photography, or a variety of other art techniques to enter. Year after year, I am impressed by the talents of Central Washington’s young people, and I know this year will be the same.

All entries must be submitted to one of my District offices by April 30.

The winning entry will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year, and the runner up pieces will hang in each of my district offices.

If you know a high school student in Washington’s 4th Congressional District who may be interested, I encourage you to share this opportunity with them. Please feel free to reach out to my office for more details at (202) 225-5816.

Find more rules, regulations, and how to submit your artwork to the Central Washington Congressional Art Competition on my website.

Sincerely,

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Grab your clubs and spend a day on the course during this FUN MEMBER OUTING. It's a wonderful opportunity for members to get together for a little friendly competition, promote your company’s products & services, and build new relationships.

Central Washington Home Builders Golf Classic

Thursday, April 29, 2021 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM PST

Bear Mountain Ranch Golf Course
1050 Bear Mountain Ranch Rd
Chelan, WA 98816

Thursday, April 29th

9am - shotgun start followed by lunch and awards.  

$500/team 

Team & Single player cost includes: Greens Fee | Cart Rental | Pre-game Snacks | Boxed Lunch & Drink Ticket

$25 CADDY PACK per person

Caddy Pack includes: mulligan | chipping contest card | sponsor goodies