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KIDE Hoopa is back in the Tribal Council Chambers to broadcast the next Hoopa Valley Tribal Council meeting. The next live broadcast is set for Thursday, June 18th starting at 5:30 PM. We will post the Council Agenda and Consent Calendar for this meeting on our Community Calendar of Events as soon as we receive it. We do regret that due to one failed piece of equipment we cannot do a live web-stream of this meeting. We are waiting for…Find out more »
The General Elections for the Hoopa Valley Tribe is Tuesday, June 17th . Three Tribal Council seats are open and two Election Board seats are open. The Polls are open from 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM in the NF Building Gymnasium. Social Distancing required. Hand sanitizer is available. Please enter from the recreation side door only. The voting booths will be wiped after each use for your safety. Thank you, take care. Please see our Community Calendar date of June…Find out more »
"We added a link to the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors website for public access of live meetings. Go to www.kidefm.org/Community/Links. You can view a live Zoom feed and request to ask a question or comment. The next Board meeting is Monday, June 11th, 1:30 pm topic the County Budget. Go to www.kidefm.org/Community/Links."Find out more »
The Hoopa Food Distribution Program is seeking low income families to receive benefits from their program. They offer a wide variety of healthy, nutritional foods and now have a huge variety of fresh produce such as asparagus, broccoli, celery, green cabbage, avocados, peaches, red & green apples, oranges, lemons, cherry tomatoes, fresh corn, baby carrots and kiwi. To qualify you must live on the reservation or have a member of a federally recognized tribe living in the household. No one…Find out more »
Changing Tides Family Services, in conjunction with Hupa Family Resource Center will host a Pop-Up Drive-Thru Parent Cafe, Thursday, June 18th from 1:30 to 2:30 pm at HFRC, T-8 Holt Street in Hoopa. Families can get a take-home hot meal and a resource bag with community resources, books, art supplies, small toys and other fun activities tailored to the age of your kids! You need to sign-up in advance for this event. Call Changing Tides Family Services at (707)444-8293 or Karen Kyle at…Find out more »
Changing Tides Family Services, in conjunction with Hupa Family Resource Center will host a Virtual Parent Cafe, this Friday, June 19th, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. You can join the Virtual Parent Cafe from the comfort of your home via Zoom on a computer, phone or tablet. Parent Cafes create a safe place for parents to come together, provide mutual support and gain parenting protective factors. To join in by phone: Dial Toll Free at (877) 835-5257. To join from a…Find out more »
Hupa Family Resource Center will be giving out supplemental food boxes to community members. Food box applications will be available for new visitors. Happening Wednesday, June 24th from 10:00 am until the food is gone, in the parking lot in front of the Hoopa Grocery Store, downtown. Food boxes will consist of: canned tuna, peaches, chicken, peanut buffer, rice, hotdogs, and bread. As this is also a U.S. Census outreach event, pick up some Census swag, like: Water bottles, t-shirts, magnets,…Find out more »
The Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion Post 415 has a Happy Father’s Day Breakfast, Sunday, June 21st from 8:00 to 11:00 am at the Legion Hall in Hoopa. All breakfasts will be To Go. Please maintain 6 feet of social distance when getting your breakfast. On the menu is Fried Potato’s, w/onions and bell pepper on the side, Ham, Scrambled Eggs, Fruit, Orange or Apple Juice, Coffee and a muffin, $5 a plate. The Legion Hall is at the…Find out more »
The Kimaw Outreach Department understands many elders filled out an Elders' Needs Assessment Survey months ago. Kimaw is issuing a second survey to collect data that can be used locally for an Elders Grant related to Emergency Preparedness and the COVID-19 Crisis. This survey will be mailed to local Elders to fill out. Identities will be kept confidential. Expect the survey in the mail, along with a stamped, pre-addressed envelope to return the survey. For more information please call Claudia…Find out more »