Dear Band Members,

We are very happy to introduce you to the 23rd weekly newsletter of Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Band!

With this newsletter, we aim to keep all our Band members informed about the latest happenings, events and news within the community.   We are distributing this newsletter by email, so please encourage everyone to get their email address into  wendy@wpcip.com, so they can be added to the list.
 
Weekly Updates - July 10, 2017
Loraine LeBourdais in the New Elders W/C Accessible Van
Updated Fishing Open Times
New Kinder Morgan Job Postings
 
  • Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Advisor (term role) – Edmonton (#15445)
  • Contract Specialist, TMEP (term role) – Calgary (#15458)
As an equal opportunity employer, Kinder Morgan Canada actively encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups, including women, Aboriginal Peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities.
 
If you know a potential candidate for these opportunities, please encourage them to apply online through our website

To find these or other Opportunities:

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  • Location (sites in Alberta: AB-; British Columbia: BC-; Saskatchewan: SK-)
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Fisheries Biologist
 

Fisheries Biologist 2 (Time limited – Maternity leave backfill)
NABOC At The River Rock



Registrations are flooding in from all across Canada forNABOC 2017 at the Fabulous River Rock Casino, Richmond, BC - October 24th - 26th. Don't Miss this Unique NABOC Event, the Most Popular Aboriginal/Private Sector Business Networking Conference Series in Canada!

Join the "early adopters" who have already registered for "NABOC AT THE RIVER ROCK!"

Squamish Nation, Cheam First Nation, Shackan Indian Band, Yale First Nation,  Lax Kw'alaams First Nation, Metlakatla Development Corporation, Nazko First Nation, Osoyoos Indian Band, Nisga'a Village of Gingolx, Securiguard, Ironclad Logistics, Ecora Engineering and Resource Group, Tewanee Consulting Group, Dial-A-Geek, DMS Industrial Constructors, Allteck Line Contractors, The Ryan Group, Luxeum Renewables Group, Britco Construction, Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort, Seaspan ULC, IMCO Construction Ltd, Gowlings WLG (Canada) LLP, Star West Petroleum Ltd, UA Piping  Industry College of BC, CFNR-FM, GRAHAM, GRAHAM Construction, Environment and Climate Change Canada, COM-TECH Learning Solutions, iSto:lo Media Solutions

Click Here for more information and to Register.


As your Conference Organizer I look forward to hosting you at the River Rock Casino from October 24th - 26th, 2017. To Sponsor something at the conference contact me directly.

Geoff Greenwell - Conference Organizer
Toll Free: 1.866.284.8322
Email: geoff@2g

KAMLOOPA POWWOW SOCIETY

200 – 330 Chief Alex Thomas Way
Kamloops, BC  V2H 1H1
Direct: (250) 828-9782
Fax: (250) 372-8833
Email: powwow@kib.ca
www.tkemlups.ca/powwow.htm

July 10, 2017

Dear Sir or Madam:

Re:      Request for Sponsorship for the 38th  Annual Kamloopa Powwow
           Charitable Organization No. 87546 0610 RR0001


The Kamloopa Powwow Society (“KPS”) is proudly organizing our 38th Annual Kamloopa Powwow scheduled for August 4 – 6, 2017.  We have been privileged to host visitors from across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.  Our event attracts approximately 15,000-20,000 spectators over the course of the weekend, including approximately 500 dancers, 200 drummers, and event staff.

The KPS is a non-profit organization who encourages the continuation and understanding of the First Nation Culture.  Through showcasing First Nations’ song, dance and native arts, our event promotes goodwill, multiculturalism, and a greater level of cross-cultural understanding. More important, our event has become a success through the hard work and commitment of our committee, head staff, drummers, arts & crafts vendors, volunteers and sponsors.

As a part of maintaining the continued success of this event, we are seeking donations to assist with the operational costs.  We would greatly value your support this year; donations can be made through general donation or by sponsoring a particular category. Find enclosed KPS “Levels of Donations” which outlines the various levels of sponsorship that are available to you. Should you choose to donate, please forward a cheque payable to:

Kamloopa Powwow Society
Attn: Alicia John & Katlaine Camille
200-330 Chief Alex Thomas Way
Kamloops, BC V2H 1H1 

Please feel free to contact the Powwow Coordinators at, (250) 828-9782 between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday or email: powwow@kib.ca.

In Friendship,

KAMLOOPA POWWOW SOCIETY
Per:
Alicia John & Katlaine Camille
KPS Sponsorship Coordinators

Kamloopa Powwow Society​
200 – 330 Chief Alex Thomas Way
Kamloops, BC  V2H 1H1

GENERAL SPONSORSHIP​
 
Copper $1-$249
Logo plaque Sponsorship announcement before each grand entry
Bronze $250 - $499
1 weekend pass Recognition in the program
Logo plaque Sponsorship announcement before each grand entry
Silver $500 - $999
2 weekend passes Recognition in the program
Logo plaque Sponsorship announcement before each grand entry
Gold $1000 - $1999
3 weekend passes Recognition in the program
Logo plaque Sponsorship announcement before each grand entry
Platinum $2000 - $3499
4 weekend passes Recognition in the program
Logo plaque Sponsorship announcement before each grand entry
Diamond $3500 - $5000
5 weekend passes Recognition in the program
Logo plaque Sponsorship announcement before each grand entry
 

DANCE COMPETITIONS

TINY TOTS
Boys & Girls ($5.00 each/session)

JUNIORS 7-12 YEARS
Traditional, Grass, Jingle, Fancy, & Chicken
1st-$250, 2nd-$200, 3rd-$150, 4th-$100

TEENS 13-17 YEARS
Traditional, Grass, Jingle, Fancy & Chicken
1st-$500, 2nd-$400, 3rd-$300, 4th-$200

ADULT 18 YEARS & OVER
Traditional, Grass, Jingle, Fancy & Chicken
1st-$1,000, 2nd-$800, 3rd-$600, 4th-$400

GOLDEN AGE 50 YEARS & OVER
Men & Women
 1st-$1000, 2nd-$800, 3rd-$600, 4th-$400  

MEN’S BUCKSKIN 50 YEARS & OVER
1st-$1000, 2nd-$800, 3rd-$600, 4th-$400 

DRUMMING COMPETITIONS​

DRUMMING
1st-$8,000, 2nd-$6,000, 3rd-$4,000, 4th-$2,000, 5th-$1,000

SPECIALTY CATEGORIES

PRINCESS PAGENT
1st-$400, 2nd-$300, 3rd-$200​
 
Employment Opportunity - Geomorphologist 1 
 
Chief and Council Activities

In addition to the regular management of individual portfolios, last week Chief and Council:
  • Participated in a meeting with Enbridge requested by WPCIB, to improve on our old agreement.
  • Chief attended SNTC.
  • Delivered new trucks for Natural Resources / Archaeology and site maintenance.
  • Discussed forest management of the Clinton Community Forest license.
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