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This month's Chippewa County Chapter of Families Against Narcotics (FAN) meeting, will feature Nichole Causley, TAP coordinator, who will explain new developments regarding beds and treatment facilities in the works for the area. We hope you can come to the new location in the Smart Zone (EDC building) at 2345 Meridian - up by the Secretary of State.

FAN—your connection for information, resources, and support. FAN’s mission is saving lives by empowering individuals and communities to prevent and eradicate addiction. We envision a nation free of narcotic addiction and our purpose is to raise awareness of the dangers of prescription narcotics, support those affected by narcotic addiction and erase the stigma of addiction.

For more information visit www.facebook.com/fanchipp.

Spring Break Activities at Chi Mukwa (Big Bear) Community Recreation Center at 2 Ice Circle in Sault Ste. Marie.

Public skating:
March 22 and 25-29 from 1 to 4:20 p.m.
March 24, 30 and 31 from 2:30 to 4:20 p.m.
No skating March 23 due to a hockey tournament. 

Open gym (basketball or volleyball courts):
March 22, 24 and 26-31
12 to 5 p.m.
No open gym March 23 and 25 due to special events. 

Check in at the reception desk.
Public skating prices: $4 adults, $3 students/seniors, ages 5 and under are free.  $2 skate rental and $1 skate aids.
Open gym prices: $2 everyone.
Free to tribal members with proof of tribal membership. Membership card must be presented or public fees apply. 

For more information, call 906‑635‑7465 (RINK).

Co-hosted with Sault Tribe Youth Education and Activities.

Spring Break Activities Flyer

All meetings are held at Kewadin Casino in Sault Ste. Marie. Meetings are scheduled to start at 5 p.m. (see below). Contact Linda Grossett at 906‑635‑6050 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions. Tribal members are encouraged to attend.

Monday, March 25
Monday, April 22
Monday, May 20
Monday, June 17
Monday, July 22
Monday, Aug. 19
Monday, Sept. 23
Monday, Oct.14
Monday, Nov.18
Monday, Dec. 16

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. —A regular meeting of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Board of Directors will be held at the Manistique Tribal Center starting at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 19. The meeting will be preceded by “Matters Raised by the Membership” from 4 to 5 p.m.

Resolutions on the agenda are H.C. – Admin/Emergency Preparedness, FY 2018 Year End Reconciliations, FY 2020 Budget Doc 001, Continuing Funding FY 2020, Partial Waivers (2), Eliminating CoCapt./Entry Restrictions MH-1, SMART FY 2019 Support for Adam Walsh Act, FY 19 Institute of Museum and Library Services, Economic Development Agency Grant, Commitment to Match EDC Grant, Michigan EDC Grant, Trust Land Lease Cancelation, Trust Land Lease – Fortin, Trust Land Lease – Cook, Purchase of Property, Approving Special Counsel Contract- Morisset, Approving Special Counsel Contract –Greene, Approving Special Counsel Contract – Lambros, Approving Special Counsel Contract-Butzel Long and Approving Special Counsel Contract-Frost Brown Todd.

Under New Business, the board will consider Relinquishments, Committee Request and Board Concerns.

March 19 Meeting Resolutions

All classes are at the Sault Tribe Health Center auditorium at 2864 Ashmun Street in Sault Ste. Marie. Please call the Sault Community Health Program at 906‑632‑5210 or extension 45210 to reserve your spot in the class or for more information. Classes are open to any Sault Tribe employee or member.

Basic classes at 11 a.m.—March 13

Basic classes at 8 a.m.—April 8; June 10 and Oct. 11.

Pro classes at 8 a.m.—March 15; and April 26.

Pro classes at 1 p.m.—May 8; Sept. 9; and Oct. 7.

Pro CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Heath Care Providers target trainees: EMS personnel, firefighters, police, lifeguards, allied health personnel including athletic trainers, pharmacists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses and other medical and health care professionals; public and private safety personal including security guards and border patrol agents and anyone else who is required to be trained in professional-level CPR and AED.

Basic First Aid/CPR/AED for Lay Responders target trainees: Individuals who need the training for job requirements or parents and other individuals who want to be prepared to respond to emergencies.

2019 CPR Schedule

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