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Statement by
William Iyall, Chairman and COO
To Members of the
Cowlitz Indian Tribe 
Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

Stay Home, Stay Safe Directive for Cowlitz Tribal Members.

How does the COVID-19 pandemic impact you as a Cowlitz Indian Tribe (CIT) member?

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Statement by
Cowlitz Emergency Management Team
To Cowlitz Indian Tribe Staff
Friday, March 20, 2020

In response to mounting concerns related to COVID-19, Cowlitz Indian Tribe (CIT) Emergency Management has the following message for the CIT community:

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Statement by
Chairman William Iyall
To Members of the
Cowlitz Indian Tribe 
Monday, March 16, 2020

Because the health and safety of employees and guests are our top priorities, we have monitored the progression of COVID-19 and are following guidance by both the CDC and local health officials for businesses such as ours. It is with a with heavy hearts that the Tribal Council has made the difficult decision to temporarily cease operations at ilani due to this emergent public health crisis.

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Hazel Pete Institute
of
Chehalis Basketry
 
Basketry Workshop:
Weavers Teaching Weavers

Great Wolf Lodge, Grand Mound, WA
May 8th & 9th, 2020 | 9am-4pm 
Cowlitz Tribal Member Registration is now closed, all available spots have been filled. 

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The Fall 2019 edition

of the

Cowlitz Tribal Newspaper

It is now also available online for viewing or for download...

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Attention Tribal Members

Do you have an interest in selling your handmade items at our new gas station?

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Statement by
Cowlitz Tribe Department of Transportation
To Homebound Individuals
Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Effective March 23, 2020, Cowlitz Tribe Transit Service (CTTS) is providing food bank, and grocery delivery, as well as prescription drop-off/pickup service to HOMEBOUND individuals.

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2020 Annual Meeting

We are in very challenging times as we work together to maintain essential government services for the Cowlitz Tribe in face of the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Virus. We will likely need to postpone the June meeting. This matter will be discussed further at Tribal Council, with the proper notice to follow. 

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Emergency Management
of the 
Cowlitz Indian Tribe
Announce Emergency Declaration
Monday, March 16, 2020

Cowlitz Indian Tribe (CIT) is taking a proactive approach to prioritizing the health and safety of its tribal members, staff and their loved ones. Effective immediately, CIT is officially announcing an Emergency Declaration, and is thus taking important safeguards. CIT is taking the following precautions as a way of preventing the spread of COVID-19: 

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COVID-19 PREPARADNESS AND PREVENTION

The Cowlitz Tribe has been monitoring the progression of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, and is following all guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as local health authorities in Washington and Oregon.

Please read more details on this announcement to find out more. 

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Cowlitz Tribe Partnership & Columbia Land Trust
 
Water must meander to be healthy to serve animals, the life, to serve the earth... -Tanna Engdahl

Take a look at what we stand to gain in Restoring Wildboy Creek in this inspiring video.

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Discounts for Cowlitz Tribal Members!
 
Look at the new 2020 discounts at ilani for Cowlitz Tribal Members!
Dining and shopping discounts that range anywhere from 10% to 25% and tax exemption.

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Statement by
Cowlitz Tribal Chairman
To Tribal Members
Thursday, March  26th, 2020

COVID-19 Info:

A Video Message from Cowlitz Indian Tribe Chairman Bill Iyall.

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Statement by
Health & Human Services Director, Steve Kutz
To Cowlitz Indian Tribe Staff
Tuesday, March 17, 2020

The Cowlitz Tribal Council announced an Emergency Declaration. This directs our HHS Department to make changes to our operations in response to the Covid-19 virus. We are following the guidance of the CDC in conjunction with city and state health departments to take the necessary steps to adapt operations in response to the Covid-19.

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UPDATES ON COVID-19
ilani Temporarily Closed to Public

We have reached the difficult decision to temporarily cease operations at ilani through March 31st. Given the rapid evolution of the situation, this is clearly the most prudent step that we can take to protect our guests, our staff and their families, and as responsible members of a global community.

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Career Development
for
Cowlitz Tribal Members 
 
Reach out to ilani's Career Development Specialist to find out more on how to build your career path at ilani!
 

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State of Washington proclaims

November 2019 as Native American Heritage Month

&

November 29, 2019 as Native American Heritage Day

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Cowlitz Tribal
Tax Exemptions
 
 Purchase products & vehicles without paying
Washington state sales tax. Click 'read more' for specific details.
 

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