There will be evening informational sessions open to the community to give an update on salmon reintroduction efforts by the Upper Columbia United Tribes, a short video Treaty Talks documenting peoples’ connections to the Columbia River, and a question and answer session. There will be events at Grand Forks, BC on June 22, Nelson, BC on June 23, Nakusp, BC on June 24, and Revelstoke, BC on June 25. All are welcome to the events, especially those who care about the river..

Had a vibrant faith in Jesus; a faith that shaped the way in which she lived her life. She generously gave her time, energy and heart in sacrificial service, both to those inside our church family and to those in our broader community. There is so much about her life that is worthy of remembrance and reflection, Ewert said..

“While it may be possible to make reservations at the park, we highly recommend making them in advance,” said Erika Rivers, director of Minnesota state parks and trails. “Then you don’t have to worry about whether the office will be open when you arrive or whether cell phone and Internet service will be available. You can take your time getting to the park with the peace of mind that comes with planning ahead.

The Great War, “the war to end all wars,” or so it was thought, began in 1914 and impacted many European countries prior to direct American involvement. With this in mind, the first event will be entitled “Putting the ‘World’ in the First World War.” This talk/discussion on Saturday, April 29 at 2 pm, will examine just how the war that the United States joined in 1917 became a global conflict, how it came to involve peoples from around the world in fighting and working to contribute to the war efforts on fronts that ranged from France, to eastern Europe and Russia, to Italy, to the Balkans, and to Asia and Africa. To better understand these global dimensions, we will be in at the position to appreciate the kind of war Americans encountered when they arrived on the battlefield, putting individuals’ experiences in broader perspective..

Was my second time working under Lauren Nichols, who is my favorite director of all time, he said. Was able to learn new layers of character building. When she told me what she wanted to see, her vision allowed me to start painting that character. This week, let us remember that Thanksgiving is not only a holiday it is an action word. It is a choice. No one can force us to find gratitude.

How did you, an Argentinian, end up studying Mexico? I was born there, but at the time of the military coup in 1976, I moved to Mexico with my family. In Mexico’s National University. Seemed a natural step. Indigenous and non Indigenous activists form The Federal Council for Aboriginal Advancement (FCAA). The FCAA was the first united national body for Aboriginal activists. The rally for support was conducted in every state and more than 100,000 signatures of support were collected.