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The Hoopa Valley Tribe received roughly $18 million from the American Rescue Plan Act. 50% of the American Rescue Plan funds will be disbursed to the Hoopa Tribal Membership, to assist with the negative economic impacts of COVID-19. These payments will be distributed in two separate payments. Each adult will receive two separate payments of $1,500 for a total of $3,000 each. Minors will receive two payments of roughly $700 for a total of approximately $1,400 each. To receive the economic distribution…Find out more »
The Deadline for Agenda Requests for the next Regular Tribal Council Meeting on Thursday, July 15th is this Friday, July 9th at 5:00 p.m. In addition, all agenda requests must be accompanied by an Executive Summary completed by the program manager, and routed for concurrence to the departments it pertains to, this must be done prior to the submission to the Executive Secretary. Agenda Requests will be returned if they do not contain all the required signatures. An executive summary should…Find out more »
Hupa Family Resource Center will be giving out food boxes to community members who meet the eligibility requirements. Please remember to bring your photo ID. Food Boxes will be given out CURB SIDE ONLY - Visitors will be asked to wear a mask and follow the 6ft social distance protocols. Food Box Day is Thursday, July 15th, from 9:00 am to Noon, and 1:00 to 4:00 pm, at the Hupa Family Resource Center, located in the TANF Employment and Training…Find out more »
Captain John students are welcomed to join Two Feathers - Native American Family Services for WARRIOR WEDNESDAY! Every Wednesday in July from 12:00 to 2:00 pm, at Captain John High School in Hoopa! Enjoy a BBQ lunch, earn credits, win prizes and most importantly, Have Some Fun! Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.Find out more »
The Hoopa Tribal After School-Program offers swimming lessons for children ages 5 to 12 at the N.F. Swimming Pool. There are different level classes and always new things to learn. Even if you know how to swim, please feel free to sign up. Session #2: July 27th through 29th and August 3rd through 5th, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Each session is Five 30-minute group swimming lessons with up to five students for each lesson, and one 45-minute swimming lesson…Find out more »
The Hoopa Tribal After School-Program offers swimming lessons for children ages 5 to 12 at the N.F. Swimming Pool. There are different level classes and always new things to learn. Even if you know how to swim, please feel free to sign up. Session #1: July 13th through 15th and July 20th through the 22nd, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Each session is Five 30-minute group swimming lessons with up to five students for each…Find out more »
Regarding the distribution of American Rescue Plan funds to the Hoopa Tribal Membership. These payments are being distributed to tribal members in two separate payments. The first payment of $1,500 for adult, and $700 for Minors went this week of July 12th, for those who submitted their form. The Hoopa Valley Tribe is currently working hard to distribute Economic Assistance checks as quickly as possible. The volume of phone calls takes time away from verifying address and processing the forms.…Find out more »
James Ramos, CA Assemblyman, 40th CA District is holding a News session at the CA State Capitol Rose Garden to encourage the passages of AB 338, a bill to replace the Junipero Serra statue that stood on State Capitol grounds until July 2020 with a monument in honor of the Native American tribes of the Sacramento region. The quests will include Jesus Tarango, Chairman of the Wilton Rancheria, Sara Dutschke, Chairwomen of the Ione Band of Miwok Indians, Lloyd Mathiesen,…Find out more »
Residents of Campbell Field Housing on Timberidge Court may experience a scheduled power outage on Wednesday, July 28th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. PG&E crews will be replacing an electric power pole in that vicinity. For more information, call the PG&E Customer Service Center at 1 (800) 743-5000. For outage questions, call the Humboldt Planned Outages Coordinator at (916) 386-5271Find out more »
Come visit the HFRC outreach booth and learn about what Hupa Family Resource Center offers. They’ll be handing out children's food bags for ages up to 18 years old and they’ll have a Limited amount of Hand sanitizer, hand wipes, hand wash, liquid soap, disposable face masks and Ajax Cleanser as well as Board games and sprinklers. The Hupa Family Resource Center Outreach and Giveaway Event is Wednesday July 28th, from 10:00 am until all the materials are gone. In the Hoopa…Find out more »