Spokane Tribal Secretary Elect Tiger Peone – łip̓smyéw
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Good Day Fellow Spokane Tribal Members,
1. 756 people first dose; 398 second dose, with 90+ on schedule today.
2. Moderna COVID-19 Mass Vaccine Clinic for 18 years and older scheduled for 2/25/2021 in the pavilion at powwow grounds. Must be reside on Spokane Reservation or be active clinic patient, and receive the booster vaccine at the Mass Booster Clinic 3/25/2021. Picture ID required for residency and birthdate. 300 doses expected. Dates subject to change due to vaccine availability.
COVID-19 Testing and Cases:
1. There is currently one case on the reservation, 11 in quarantine.
2. Testing is available daily at the clinic. Please call to get scheduled.
David C. Wynecoop Memorial Clinic
6203 Agency Loop
Wellpinit, WA 99040
Spokane Tribal Member Portal
The Spokane Tribe has added to their web page a news portal for Spokane Tribal Members who are 18 years or older. The content of this portal will contain information relating to the Spokane Tribe of Indians that is confidential and proprietary to the Spokane Tribe such as General Council information or special meetings and will only be available to the enrolled members of the Spokane Tribe.
Enrolled Spokane Tribal Members can request access to login by navigating to the web page https://spokanetribe.com/login/ . A link to this page can also be found on the main STOI home page in the upper right corner where it says, “Tribal Member Login.” When you fill out your request please do not use your work e-mail address. Instead use your personal address.
When your request is submitted your enrollment status will be verified by the STOI Enrollment Officer. Shortly after you will receive two emails. One confirming you being added as a user, and the second to set your password. The second email will also have your username. Once your password is set you can log in to the portal to view news intended for the Spokane Tribal Membership.
We encourage all tribal members to follow the process to get signed up. Information will be posted here that contains answers to the questions tribal members have asked.
Spokane Tribal Business Council has been diligently working to improve on the transparency of the organization and is excited to utilize technology to help accomplish this task.
If you have any thoughts, questions or would like to see any additional information on the portal, please do not hesitate to contact any of the Spokane Tribal Council members.
Carol Evans, Spokane Tribal Chairwoman (509) 458.6504
Greg Abrahamson. Spokane Tribal Vice-Chairman (509) 458.6507
Tiger Peone, Spokane Tribal Secretary (509)458.6511
Glenn Ford, Spokane Tribal Council member (509) 458.6505
Danny Kieffer, Spokane Tribal Council member (509) 458.65084
Stay healthy and safe!!