SPECIAL EVENTS

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EASTER PLANNING .MEETING ON THURSDAY, APRIL 14, AT 2:00 AT THE HEALTH OFFICE

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.• JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS;

. BIOLOGIC~L TEC_HNICIAN: Position is in the Fisheries Division of the Natural Resources Dept. Position is guaranteed for 6 months. Salary $ 12.70/Hrly. Deadline is April 15, 2011. Please submit resume, cover letter and three professional references to: E-mail kerry.opie@burnspaiute-nsn.gov or faxed to 541.573- 2323 by 5pm. If you have any questions contact Erica Maltz at 541-573-1375 x 1.

Seasonal Fish Technician (2 positions):.Location: Burns Paiute Tribe, Job description is posted on the bulletin board at the Administration Building. Salary: $ 11.39-$12.t9/hr . Starting date: June 1,2011- ends Oct. 1, 2011. Closing date April 15, 2011. Contact: Erica Maltz 541-573-1375 ext. 1.

GENERAL 'MANAGER: Supervisor Tribal Council, Location Burns Paiute Reservation, Salary-Negotiable DOE, will take appllcatlons until filled. Manager shall be responsible for the management of all Administrative and programmatic operations for the achievement of predetermined goals and objectives of the Burris Paiute Tribe through full use of all tribal and other available resources.

YOU MIGHT WANT TO RE- THINK ABOUT HAVING MEDICATIONS AUTOMATICREFILLED. YOU CAN CALL AHEAD AND REQUEST REFILLS. THIS WAY YOU WILL NOT HAVE LONG WAITS. yOU WILL GET ONLY THE MEDICA TIONS CURRENTLY ORDERED AND SAVE MONEY.

• SALSA CANNING CLASS: APRIL 15, 2011, FROM 2 PM TO 6 PM. AT THE HARNEY COUNTY COURTHOUSE.

I.MPORTANT NOTICE FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE:

THIS IS TO MAKE YOU AWARE OF A PROBLEM THAT HAS COME TO OUR ATTENTION CONCERNING AUTOMATIC REFILLS AT YOUR SAFEWAY DRUGSTORE. SOME TRIBAL MEMBERS HAVE BEEN GIVEN PRESCRIPTIONS THAT THEY NO LONGER NEED ACCORDING TO THE DOCTORS CHART DOCUMENTATION, BUT SAFEWAY HAS NOT BEEN NOTIFIED. IF AT SOMETIME YOU HAVE REQUESTED AUTO.MA TIC REFILLS, SAFEW A Y WILL CONTINUE TO FILL THESE MEDICATIONS UNTIL THE DOCTOR CALLS SAFEWA Y AND DISCONTINUES THESE MEDICATIONS.

SOME MEDICATIONS YOU MIGHT NEED TO TAKE FOR SOMETIME, THE DOSAGE MIGHT BE CHANGED OR THE MEDICATION STOPPED AND ANOTHER IS ORDERED IN ITS, PLACE. NOT ALWAYS IS THE OLD PRESCRIPTION DISCONTINUED AND YOU WILL GET THE 'OLD AND NEW'.

JOB ANNOUCEMENTS ARE POSTED AT THE ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN BOARD OR CONTACT Kerry Opie at 573-2088 x 236.

Powwow club members and their families enjoyed attending the Boise State University Powwow last weekend. It was awesome to see the Native college students put on such a great powwow. All of our Burns youth did a very good job dancing and we all had lots of fun!

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We will have a Easter Cohe Decorating Contest also so bring your fancy cokes to be judged. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd!

This event is in hopes to bring our families together to help teach our children that we are a strong Tribal community with love and respect for one another. From the families-Ella Capps, Betty Lou Hawley, Elisha Caponetto, Nathan and Mary Kennedy, Derek Hawley and Anita Goggles, Mazie Goggles, Todd Richards, Fred and Jo Ellen Skunkcap, Olivia Miller, Minerva Soucie, Sarah Ghost Dog, David and Julie Johnson.

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I Watershed District, for a great fish presentation. On April 8, 2011

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April 15th

10:00 .. 11:00 Language for Pre-School- 5th grade. 11:00 .. 12:00 Planters for Community Garden. 1:00 .. 2:00 Language for 6th grade- 12th grade. 2:00 .. 4:30 Planters for Community Garden. (We need plastic bottles for this activity) April 22

2:00p.m. We will be dying Easter Eggs for the community Potluck.

Please come and help decorated the Eggs.

All are welcome- If any questions please stop by office at gathering center.

CULTURAL PRESERVATION FRIDAY CLASS

We would like to thank the programs that donated items for the Tribes I display at the bird festival. We were represented very well. Our group

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Also we would like to thank Shannon Hum-District Fish Biologist Malheur

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Contact Information

Office-541.573.2327 Fax-541.573.2328 Jody Hill, Director Cellular-5.41.589.1955

Brenda Sam, Assistant Cellular-541.589.2647

Eric Hawley, Carpenter Cellular - 541.413.2023

Annual Home Inspections and ReCertifications

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The Housing Department has sent out letters scheduling the yearly home inspections and recertification applications. We will begin the yearly home inspections on April 19, 2011. Please tum in your recertification applications & proof of income as soon as possible.

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The Housing Department is accepting applications from those individuals that are interested in participating in the Burns Paiute Tribal Housing Program.

If you would like an application please stop by the Housing Office or at the

Housing Applicat:ions

Administration Office and pick one up. You will need to provide proof of income for everybody over the age of eighteen (18) who will be living in the home, copies of social security cards, CIB's and any other information that is listed on the applica-

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Please drop off the completed application at the Housing Office, or you can mail the completed application to Housing Department, 100 Pasigo Street, Burns, OR 97720.

Wood Stove Change Out Program

The Harney County Senior Center has a Wood Stove Change Out Program that some individuals may be eligible for. The Housing Department sent out letters and applications to those individuals whom may qualify.

We was contacted by the Harney Senior Center in regards to proof of income

for this program. If you qualified for Energy Assistance thru the Senior Center, they can use the proof of income to see if you qualify for wood stove change out program. The Housing Department has this form as well as additional applications, please stop by the office and pick up the forms.

Waiting List

There is an updated waiting list posted at the Housing Office and at the Administration Office. If have turned in an application and do not see your name on the list please contact the Housing Department Per the Housing Policy, "Applicants placed on the wait list are required to respond to any update re-

As of today, there has been one (1) individual whom has taken advantage of this program and is receiving a brand new EPA approved wood stove. This individual has taken it upon himself to fill out the application and provided the necessary documentation and for their efforts they are receiving a new stove.

quests as a condition of remaining on the list and as a condition of admission." Request updates are mailed to the applicants last known address. The applicant is also responsible for informing the Housing Department if there are any changes in contact information and income.

Update on Burns Flooding:

On Thursday evening, the Tribal Fire Department assisted the Burns Fire Dept. and Hines Fire Dept in notifying homeowners of the potential for an emergency evacuation due to the dike breeching and water flooding the North and East side of Bums.

On Friday, from noon till 4:00 p.m., the Tribal Fire Dept. assisted Burns Fire Dept. in patrolling Riverside Drive of possible breeching of the Silvies River in three low areas on the riverbank.

On Saturday morning and thru most of the afternoon, Tribal Fire Dept. assisted with a patrol on North Broadway Street and Foley Drive to provide an assessment of water height, and potential flooding. The assessment was provided to the Operations - Incident Commander (Burns Fire Chief) who relayed this assessment to the County Judge and Sheriff - Incident Commanders.

The rest of Saturday morning and afternoon was spent assisting the Hines Fire Dept. getting their new structure fire truck operational (Engine 5) - install brackets for the SCBAs; adding more 1 '12" and 2 Yz" hoses to the truck; readjusting holding brackets for fire tools; and other related fire fighting supplies; installing steps to get to the top of the truck; and filling the water compartments and testing the pump to insure it has the necessary pressure to pump water. This was a priority project because Engine 4 had mechanical problems, and was not able to be Hines Dept. - primary structure truck. During this time, a fire callout was received and all agencies responded to Best Western Motel of smoke in the building.

The involvement ofthe Tribal Fire Dept. in the flooding disaster for the City of Burns was: learning experience for our firefighters in dealing with an actual natural disaster; to learn the process involved in the Incident Command System by actual use; and learned how to organize the various fire Newsletter Articles

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At no time was the Bums Paiute

Reservation threatened by the flooding in Burns. There was a report of the Five-Mile Dam going to breech, but the dam has its gates all open wide, and should not create any major flooding on the Reservation.

Over one hundred volunteers help with the filling of sand bags, hauling the sand bags from the fairground to the point where the sand bags were unloaded and reloaded to four-wheeler and Rangers. Members from the County Jail trustees, and some prisoners were utilized to put the sand bags on the dike. Some of these individuals worked 9 - 12 hours for several days. On Sunday, 25 members of the National Guard assisted in the filling of sand bags, and putting the sand bags on the dike. Several State Police Officers from Ontario were assigned to the flooding and performed night patrol duties, because County and City Officers worked during the day.

At the request of Harney County, ODOT cut Highway 20 east of the Silvies River Bridge to relieve water pressure to the dike, and along Riverside Drive. It appears that water has been lowered in the dike and along Riverside Drive.

There is still plenty of Snow on Snow Mountain (4 feet), and snow on the mountains, North ofSenaca (2 - 3 feet). We are fortunate that it has not rained or had any very warm days. So, we on the Reservation or in the City of Burns are still not over with flooding for some time.

The community support was huge, individuals, church groups, or organizations, brought food, water, pizzas, bake goods to the Burns fire station. Even Smoking Pit donated his trailer and time providing meals for volunteers and police/fire personnel.

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Past Due Balances as of 03/31/11
(Past Due Balances Do Not Include Apr. Water Bills)
Barney, Ernest Past Due Water $ 15.00
Beers, Renee Past Due Water $ 400.00
Past Due Sewer $ 407.00
:! Capo netto, Elisha Past Due Water $ 125.00
Capps,Bobby Past Due Water $ 20.00
Capps, Eleanor Past Due Water $ 65.00
Past Due Sewer $ 583.21
Hawley, Betty Past Due Water $ 35.00
Hawley, Betty Lou Past Due Water $ 143.00
Hoodie, DeWayne Past Due Water $ 10.00
Ho.odie, Marica Past Due Other AR $ 537.00
Kennedy, Aaron Past Due Water $ 5.00
Kennedy, Alma Past Due Water $ 125,00
Johnson, Priscilla Past Due Water $ 48.16
Lewis, Vincent Past Due Water $ 5.00
Past Due Sewer $ 1,565.00
Melvin, Cheryl Past Due Water $ 149.00
Miller, Olivia Past Due Water $ 140.00
Past Due Sewer $ 398.57
Peck,Julie Past Due Water $ 174.70
Past Due Sewer $ 585.00
Peck, Myra Past Due Water $ 10.00
Proctor, Cynthia Past Due Water $ 10.00
Sam, Clifford Past Due Sewer $ 336.00
r, Teernan, Ernie Past Due Water $ 22.50
Teeman, Mikelyn Past Due Water $ 55.00
Teeman, Nelson Past Due Water $ 80.00
Teeman, Nora Past Due Water $ 10.00
Teeman, Truman Past Due Water $ 10.00
Zacarias, Margaret Past Due Sewer $ 31.00
Past Due Other AR $ 79.91
Hoodie, Tyrone Past Due Water $ 10.00
Past Due Other AR $ 179.25
Moore, Violet Past Due Water $ 62.50
Past Due Sewer $ 473.00
Kennedy, Tracy Past Due Water $ 80.00
Thank you to everyone for your payments and
response regarding these past due amounts. To: Tribal Community

From: Sara Hawley, CWD Technician

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I'd like to submit this letter to let you know how this 1st year went.

CWD is a neurological disease found in deer, elk, and moose (collectively referred to as cervid), CWD attacks the brains of infected cervids and is always fatal. There is currently no evidence that CWD is transmissible to humans. However, public officials recommend that human exposure to the CWD agent be avoided as they continue to research the disease.

What I was doing out in the field, was looking for deer either from hunters or road kill extracting the lymph nodes from them to submitto sampling. The disease is spreading fast, but has not reached this area. My job was to label every sample with the precise location on it so that if one comes up positive they could eliminate the threat to the other wild deer. We have met our goal for the first grant and I look forward to nextyear's grant. It indeed is important to protect our wildlife and our food from any contamination. In 2004 CVi!D was set as a national priority for piloting a Wildlife Disease Action Plan. I was very proud to be in a smaller part of something way bigger. I would like to think the Bums Paiute Natural Resources on giving me that opportunity to learn something new.

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FOR SALE

FARM FRESH EGGS

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1 dozen $2.00

Contact JoEllen at 541-589-0790 .

Teaching, Learning, and Mentoring Together Program Basket Weavlns Classes Sign-up

This will be for youth ages 8-17.1 parent or adultis welcome to sign-up with their youth. Tentatively scheduled for April 16 and 30. There is a limit to 10 people per class. Once we have people signed up we will determine the date and time. Please sign up at either the Administration or Health Office. If you have questions please contact Julie ex. 234 or Beverly ex. 240.

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month Dealing with Temper Tantrums can be difficult times of being a parent but they can be dealt with here are a few ideas to help. Direct your child's attention to something else. Give your child a choice in small matters. Stick to a daily routine that balances fun activities with enough rest and healthy food. Anticipate when your child

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The Following definition has been taken from the Burns Paiute Tribal Code which was adopted by Tribal Council on August 251 2009 through Resolution No. 2009-24.

Abuse shall mean any of the following:

Inflicting physical, emotional, or mental injury or harm on a child; subjecting a child to sexual abuse; failing to maintain reasonable care and treatment of a child; Exploiting or overworking a child to such an extent that the child's health, safety, or well- being is endangered;

Subjecting a child to unreasonable physical discipline. Physical discipline that is moderate and inflicted for purposes of restraining or correcting a child may be considered reasonable in some circumstances. The age, size, and condition of the child, the presence and location of any resulting injury, and the frequency of reported discipline shall be considered when determining whether physical discipline is reasonable or moderate. The following types of actions are presumed to be unreasonable forms of physical discipline:

Throwing, kicking, burning, or cutting a child; striking a child with a closed fist; shaking a child under the age of three(3); interfering with a child's breathing; threatening a child with a weapon; or doing any other act that is likely to cause and which does cause bodily harm greater than transient pain or minor temporary marks.

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Failing to protect a child from abuse; failing to provide a safe environment for a child, free from persons who may harm the child; exposing a child to imminent harm from his or her surroundings, including but not limited to permitting a child to live in physical filth or to enter or remain in a place where methamphetamines are being or have been manufactured; exposing a child to domestic violence; exposing a child to repeated alcohol or drug abuse or to a single extreme event of alcohol or drug abuse by a caregiver that impairs the caregiver's ability to adequately care for the child; knowingly allowing a child to ride in a vehicle operated by a person whose driving abilities are impaired by alcohol or drug use; and/or the abuse of alcohol or the use of illegal drugs by a pregnant women.

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"ON YOUR HEALTH" DIABETIC RECIPE CONNEC'TION: "WHAT'S FOR DINNER?"

MEAT CASSEROLE: 4 SERVINGS

% CUP NOODLES (UNCOOKED) 2 1/2 CUPS TOMATO JUICE

2 CUPS CELERY (CHOPPED FINE)

lJ2 CUP GREEN PEPPER (CHOPPED FINE) 2 CUPS LEAN BEEF CUT IN 1 "CUBES

1/2 tsp. pepper

1/2 tsp salt

lJ2 tsp diet margarine COOKING INSTRUCTIONS

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Spray casserole dish with Pam spray. Brown meat in margarine. Combine all ingredients. Place in casserole: bake for 45 minutes.

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

CALORIES 269.0 PER SERVING

T'OTALFAT 8.2g

SATURATED FAT 2.7g

CHOLESTROL 100.5mg

SODIUM 7.1g

POTASSIUM 368.1mg

CARBOHYDRATE 14.4g

DIETARY FIBER 2.2g

SUGARS 7.1g

PROTEIN 34.0g

3 LEAN MEATS

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Smoking and Diabetes

don't smoke.

The benefits of quitting are dramatic. Better blood glucose control means a lower A1C over time. Better circulation, less resistance to insulin, decreased risk of diabetic complications, lower blood pressure, and lower cholesterol levels all help with your diabetes management. Plus, in addition to all the other benefits, when you quit smoking, you just plain feel better.

March is National Diabetes awareness month and is the time to quit smoking. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) strongly recommends to diabetics who smoke to quit. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) there are nearly 26 mlllion Americans that have diabetes. Smoking commercial tobacco raises the risk for diabetes complications and death. The risks of diabetes complications and smoking commercial tobacco include the following health factors:

your risk of heart attack.

• Smoking constricts and damages blood vessels, which can make foot ulcers worse.

• Smoking increases gum disease for diabetics.

• Smoking increases your risk of damage to the nerves and. kidneys.

• Smoking increases your risk of colds and other resplratory illnesses.

Smoking increases blood sugar levels for diabetics.

Smoking decreases oxygen in the tisSUeSt which can lead to a heart attack or stroke.

For more information on quitting to smoke: Talk to your doctor about possible strategies from support groups to medication or call l-SOO-QUIT -NOW.

Smoking triples your risk of death from cardiovascular disease, compared to diabetics who

Health Effects of Tobacco & Asthma

Smoking increases bad CLDL) cholesterol and blood pressure, which raises

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People with asthma have very sensitive airways. Breathing in cigarette smoke is especially difficu It for them. The smoke is a powerful trigger, and can often bring on an asthma attack.

If you're a smoker with asthma, you may find that your symptoms are difficult to control. The following health effects occur to people who smoke and have asthma.

bronchitis, and smoke-induced lung disease.

• One hour of exposure to Cigarette smoke causes 20% deterioration in short-term lung function.

• Tobacco can make an asthma attack last longer

• Tobacco smoke triggers asthma attacks in nearly 80% of people with asthma.

• Smoking or exposure to cigarette smoke can increase asthma symptoms.

• People with asthma who smoke ciga rettes are in "double jeepardy" my increasing their chances of emphysema, chronic

In Honor ef Kicks Butt Day: Ron His Hersa Is Thunder Gives Advice to Kick The Habit

Ron His Horse Is Thunder is putting out commercial cigarettes.

March 23, 2011 is Kicks Butt Day. Ron His Horse Is Thunder is doing his part to help people quit by giving advice on kicking the habit with a personal interview. The interview focuses on the importance of raising awareness of the addle-

smoking cigarettes in November 1983, I was twenty one years old when I started. I smoked for

almost 31 years.

A: After years of smoking cigarettes I could not physically do things I used to do without being short of breath. Walking up a flight of stairs made me short of breath. 1 love to hunt, so walking out in the field or up and down the hills I was short of breath all the time. So that was is my main reason for wanting to quit because I could feel the effects on my lungs.

Another reason is seeing the effects on people who have smoked longer than me. Smokers that have smoked 5 years longer than me, now carry around oxygen tanks.

A: Part of quitting smoking cigarettes isn't only the physical addiction, because you are physically addicted, but you a Iso have psychological addictions as well. Recognizing that has helped me.

A: Every time I got into my vehicle, I lit up a clqarette immediately. ,I understood that when I get into a car, I got to do something else and will now try a piece of candy or a piece of gumin my pocket.

A: I didn't care for cigarettes until I went in the army. I was in boot camp around a whole bunch of unfamlliar people. 25% to 30% of the guys would smoke when sergeant says light them up if you got them.

A: learned to start smoking Cigarettes to be a part of the group. So if I'm iii an unfamiliar place around unfamiliar people, smoking cigarettes was a commonality amongst us smokers. It was one way of starting to talk to strange people. Smoking Was a crutch in meeting new people. Being ,a part of that smoking crowd, you were part Of a group automatically, if you knew them or not.

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has posted an announcement to recruit for their Disaster Assistance Employee Cadre nationwide.

This program works much like a reservist program where the positions are temporary and intermittent and you would only work during disaster declarations when there is a need. DAE's are paid only during times of deployment and a full benefits package is not included. That said, it is a great way to gain experience and/or to contribute in a meaningful way during disasters.

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WIDTE HOUSE DRUG POLICY DIRECTOR URGES PARENTS TO TAKE ACTION TO PREVENT YOUTH DRUG USE

Cites Recent Data Showing Rising Rates of Youth Drug Use as Call for Action; Asks Parents to Learn Common Risk Factors and Act Now Before Drug Use Begins

WASIllNGTON- In light of-recent data revealing troubling increases in youth drug use in America, Gil Kerlikowske, Director of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), today urged parents and community leaders to take action to prevent and reduce drug use.

Last month, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) released data showing drug use in the United States increased significantly between 2008 and 2009 - with 1 in 10 youth ages 12-17 and 1 in 5 young adults ages 18 to 25 reporting drug use in the last month. Particularly troubling is a 17 percent increase in the rate of prescription drug abuse among young people aged 12-17, between 2008 and 2009. Moreover, treatment admissions for prescription painkillers increased more than four-fold from 1998 (2.2%) to 2008 (9.8%), and the latest data from the Monitoring the Future study show seven of the drugs most commonly used by teens are over-thecounter or prescription drugs. "Prescription drug abuse is at record levels, attitudes about drug use are eroding, and drugged driving is disturbingly common, II said Director Kerlikowske, "N ow more than ever, families must recognize early signs that children may be using drugs and take immediate action to protect them from the potential of a lifetime of drug-related consequences and harm. II

Director Kerlikowske cited three steps parents can take today to prevent drug use:

i.Talkto your kids about drugs. Research shows parents are the best messengers to deliver critical information on drug use. Make sure they know of the harms that can result from drug use and that you don't approve of them. For tips and parenting advice visit www.TheAntiDrug.com.

2. Learn to spot risk factors that can lead to drug use. Association with drug-abusing peers is often the most immediate risk factor that can lead young people to drug use and delinquent behavior. Other risk factors include poor classroom behavior or social skills and academic failure. Parents can protect their kids from these influences by building strong bonds with their children, staying involved in their lives, and setting clear limits and consistent enforcement of discipline.

3. Go through your medicine cabinet. More than 70 percent of people who abuse prescription drugs get them from friends or family - often from the home medicine cabinet. Immediately remove unused or unneeded prescription drugs from your medicine cabinet.

A renewed focus on drug prevention is a major component of the Obama Administration's effort to implement a public health approach to reducing drug abuse and its consequences. President Obama's FY 2011 budget request includes an increase of more than $203 million in prevention funding - a 13 percent increase. In August, Director Kerlikowske announced $85 million in Drug Free Communities Support Program (DFC) funding to 565 community coalitions to help prevent drug use at the local level. ONDCP has also revamped the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign to include a broader focus on substances most often abused by teens, including prescription drugs, marijuana and alcohol. The Campaign is also partnering with communities to provide new, locally tailored drug prevention resources for teens and parents.

The Office of National Drug Control Policy seeks to foster healthy individuals and safe communities by effectively leading the Nation's effort to reduce drug use and its consequences.

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Grand Entries @ 1:00 pm & 6:00 pm Saturday

Dancing, singing, Fry Bread, crafts, Support Chemawa Student clubs

Public Welcome! Free Admission 3700 Chemawa Rd NEt Salem, Oregon School Gymnasium

Vendor Information Contact: Karen Serna 503-399-5721 ext. 225 General information contact: Crystal Boyd ext. 260 or Sonya Olson ext. 284

Chemawa is a smoke free, drug and alcohol free campus!

* Please No Parking on Track, grass or where signs say "No Parking". Violators will be towed.

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