The Tribal Council is seeking applications from Tribal members for appointment to Executive Board positions that are up on December 31, 2020. To apply for appointment, please complete the following form. You may also submit letters of interest to Rebecca Purser, Tribal Council Executive Assistant, by mail at PO Box 498, Suquamish WA 98392, or […]
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Here’s a rundown of the next online Forums scheduled for Suquamish Tribal members: Sept. 3 – Enterprise: Suquamish Evergreen Corporation: Agate Dreams and Token Sept. 10 – Cultural Sharing: Song and Dance Sept. 17 – PME Casino Resort, Retail, White Horse, Kiana Lodge Forum are held online every Thursday at 4:30pm. Link and login […]
Recognizing these unprecedented times, the Suquamish Tribal Elders, in cooperation with the Suquamish Tribe Human Services Elders Program, offer this special video gift to the graduating Class of 2020.
Every year, for as long as anyone can remember, the Suquamish Tribe — alongside friends and allies — has gathered in late August at the grave of Chief Seattle to remember their great ancestor and his many accomplishments. This year, things must be done a little differently, but we can still gather together to […]
The Chief Kitsap Academy School Board told parents it would begin the upcoming school year with all classes completely online. The decision comes as other schools in the area – including the Bainbridge Island, North Kitsap and Central Kitsap school districts – have all announced similar plans. The announcement comes in the wake of a […]
The Suquamish Tribal Government is holding a series of online forums for Tribal members to hear the latest from government departments and ask questions of program leaders. The forums are held every Tuesday and Thursday, starting at 4:30pm Suquamish Time. These forums are for Tribal members only. A link to each forum is sent via […]
‘The People of the Clear Salt Water’ say Puget Sound community deserves better SUQUAMISH, WA – The Suquamish Tribe announced its intention to sue King County for repeatedly releasing untreated or improperly treated sewage into the Puget Sound. In a letter dated July 21, 2020, the Tribe gives King County officials 60 days’ notice of […]