You may have heard that a third (3) vaccine dose against COVID-19 is now available for those who are fully vaccinated. Here’s what we’ve learned: Anyone with a compromised immune system from cancer drugs, organ transplants, and so on can get a booster now. Check with your health care provider. For everyone else who received […]
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The Suquamish Tribal Council is seeking written comments on a proposed new chapter of the Suquamish Tribal Code 3.4 – Court of Appeals. Please submit written comments by September 5, 2021. Contact the Office of the Tribal Attorney for a copy of the proposed chapter. The new chapter is intended to provide a clear statutory […]
Free Tickets Available for Tribal Members 100 years ago this month, a baseball team from the Suquamish Tribe traveled to Japan on a months-long tour of the nation playing Japanese teams in cities and towns throughout the country as goodwill ambassadors of the game. To celebrate the centennial anniversary of their overseas adventure, the Seattle […]
Relief Payments from NOAA Cares Act State Funds coming Friday for Washington state ceremonial/subsistence fishers as well as for commercial fishers. Note: this is NOT part of the COVID-19 Hardship Assistance program recently announced by Suquamish Tribal Council. This is a completely separate program. Payments will be issued Friday, July 30, for all Tribal members […]
UPDATE August 4, 2021: Because of last week’s technical issues with the Online form, we are resending links via SUN to new online application forms. The links already went to Elders. The new ones will go to several different identical DocuSign forms. You also have the option of filling in hard copy forms at the […]
Due to extreme fire danger, the Suquamish Tribal Council in coordination with the Kitsap Fire Marshal and local fire departments has imposed a Phase II – Complete Ban on all outdoor burning, effective July 10, 2021 until further notice. Under the Phase II – Complete Burn Ban, all outdoor burning is prohibited, including small recreational […]
In celebration and appreciation of Suquamish Tribe community members who have gotten their COVID-19 vaccination, the Suquamish Tribe will begin weekly prize drawings every Friday starting on July 9. Suquamish Tribal members and their households, Suquamish Government staff, and PME employees who have received their COVID-19 vaccination are eligible to win. Three prizes will be […]
There are some exciting events going on at the ʔiišədalʔtxʷ ʔə ti suq̓ʷabš (Suquamish Family and Friends Center) over the next few weeks. Here’s a quick round-up: Father’s Day Keychain Class – This online class continues on Tuesday, June 8 AND 15 at 6:30pm. Kits are still available for distribution. Call or email to request […]
Dr. Anthony Fauci, White House advisor and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joins Leonard Forsman, Chairman of the Suquamish Tribe and President of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, for an online discussion during ATNI’s annual spring gathering on May 24, 2021.
All Tribal youth or any youth living in North Kitsap aged 12 to 17 now eligible to receive Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine UPDATE: The vaccination clinic for youth will be repeated on May 26. Make an appointment at https://bookpgst.timetap.com. The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and the Suquamish Tribe are partnering to host a COVID-19 Youth Vaccination […]