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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Formerly Disenrolled, Snoqualmie Tribe's Carolyn Lubenau Leads Tribe to Donate $250,000 to Fire Relief Efforts.

Snoqualimie is now lead by Carolyn Lubenau, who was once disenrolled from the tribe.  Are you PAYING ATTENTION Indian Country?

The Snoqualmie is donating $250,000 to assist in the relief efforts for those affected by the devastating fires burning in Eastern Washington. In total the Tribe is giving $200,000 to the American Red Cross Eastern Washington region designated to the 2014 fire victims and $50,000 to Washington Animal Search and Rescue.
“WE ARE ALL PART OF A LARGER COMMUNITY, AND FELT IN A TIME LIKE THIS THAT IT IS IMPORTANT TO REACH OUT AND HELP THOSE IN NEED. OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO ALL OF THOSE AFFECTED BY THIS MASSIVE FIRE, AND HOPE THAT OUR CONTRIBUTIONS CAN HELP IN THE RECOVERY AND HEALING PROCESS,” SAID CAROLYN LUBENAU, TRIBAL CHAIRWOMAN.
After extensive research, the Tribe decided to place its donations with the American Red Cross and Washington Animal Search and Rescue. Both groups can directly benefit from the donations and make a difference in people’s lives. Officials including the Wenatchee Red Cross have said the best way for people to assist in the relief effort was through monetary donations.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have suffered a loss due to a fire and also to those working so diligently to put it out,” adds Lubenau.
The fires burning in Eastern Washington are part of an eruption of lightning-sparked wildfires across Washington and Oregon that have scorched to date almost a million acres of land. The largest fire in Eastern Washington is the Carlton Complex fire that is the worst of Washington State’s seven fires.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

"ALL" means "ALL" except in the Bad Actors stories. To bad they don't catch it faster, so the truth can move forward instead of lies. At least some Indian people allow their band to see the truth is more important than the lies.

White Buffalo said...

That is a good thing that this tribe does. This act helps keep the hope of reunification or families lost to the corrupt ways of the Casino Indian.

Anonymous said...

What do you mean ..."Bad Actor's Club?" What is this about?

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous Anonymous said...
What do you mean ..."Bad Actor's Club?" What is this about?

July 31, 2014 at 11:31 AM"

Clubs of members who think they are More deserving than their Ancestors. They believe rewriting history to justify their lies and then trying to share their claims is ok. Bringing outsiders behavior and acts against the Band from the inside today. Saying "we" deserve more than "all" even if the Band as whole disagree. We will do whatever it takes to justify our actions. We do not believe our Ancestors, we only believe ourselves. This message broadcast over and over makes the club notorious. Bad Actors

Anonymous said...

Bad Actors Club

Attempt to justify lies and misinformation to stay in control.

Anonymous said...

If the Right thing is done Once, it is a step in the Right direction. Anytime, the Bad Actor club could look at reality and ask themselves if they would stay quite and allow Bad Actors to use outside greedy acts against them? What's even more truthful is what would the outsiders, "BIA" do if they were being targeted by liars and pushed around by others who were not more than themselves.

Debbie Foreman Sarot said...

How did this formerly disenrolled woman get reinstated and become Chairman? Has she posted how and what she did. Hope she has not forgotten the disenrolled like so many.