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KAMLOOPA AUGUST 2 — AUGUST 4, 2019 SPECIAL EVENTS FACILITY, YELLOWHEAD HIGHWAY 5


The 40th Kamloopa Pow Powwow Wow is scheduled for for August 2, 3, 4, The annual 35th annual Kamloopa is scheduled 2019. The Pow Wow is hosted by the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc August 1, 2 & 3, 2014. The powwow is hosted by the Tk’emlups teand is held at the ‘Special alongevents Yellowhead Secwepemc and isEvents held atFacility’ the ‘special facility’Hwy alongNo. 5 and Yellowhead HwyShuswap no.5 and Road. Shuswap Road. The is to expectover 500500 dancers and and drummers from from acrossacross Thepowwow Pow Wow expects dancers drummers Canadaand andthe theUnited United States. States. The Pow powwow Canada Wowattracts attractsover over15,000 15,000 specspectators overcourse the course the weekend to take in the colorful tators over the of theofweekend to take in the colorful sights and sights and spectacular sounds dancersand anddrummers. drummers. spectacular sounds of of thethe dancers The3-day 3-daycelebration celebration begins begins with opening The opening ceremonies, ceremonies, called calledGrand grand entry, After grand entry there willwill be Entry, at at 77 pm p.m.ononFriday. Friday. After Grand Entry there intertribal dancing when everyone from all nations may come and be intertribal dancing when everyone from all nations may joinand the join circlethe to circle dance.to dance. come Friday evening willwill finish off off withwith thethe firstfirst round of competition Friday evening finish round of competition dancing and drumming for contestants of all ages and and categories. dancing and drumming for contestants of all ages categories. The dance categories include traditional, chicken, grass, jingle, The dance categories include Golden Age, Men’s Buckskin, Traditional, fancy bustle, fancy shawl. Chicken, Grass, Jingle, and Fancy Feather and Fancy Shawl. The The event will begin Saturday the powwows entry second Grand Entry iswith Saturday at noon. second That willgrand be followed at noon. Following grand entry will be intertribal dancing and by intertribal dancing and exhibition dancing of tiny tots exhibition dancing of tiny tots for children under the age of 6. for children under the age of 5. During the afternoon session, During the afternoon session the children ages 7 to 12 and teens the children ages 7 to 12 and teens will compete in their second will compete in their second round of competition dance categories. round of competition dance categories. The third grand entry of the powwow is scheduled to be on Saturday The third Grand Entry of the Pow Wow is scheduled to be on Saturday evening at 7 pm. During the evening session it will be the second evening at 7thep.m. During session, it will betothe second round round for Golden Agethe andevening Adult dance categories compete. for the Golden Age and Adult dance categories to compete. Sunday will begin with the princess pageant at 11 am. The last grand will begin theatprincess 11 a.m.grand sharp. entry Sunday of the powwow willwith begin noon onpageant Sunday. at Following The last Entry of the Pow will begin at noonand onthe Sunday. entry thereGrand will be intertribals, tinyWow tot exhibition dancing, Following Grand Entry there will be intertribal and tiny tot exhibition final round for the Hand Drum Competition. The Sunday session will dancing. Sunday will be the roundcategories. of competitions for be theThe final roundsession of competitions forfinal all dance all dance categories. The Pow Wow will continue throughout the afterThe powwow will continue throughout the afternoon and into the noon and with into the the crowning evening, with theWow crowning of 2014-2015. Pow Wow Princess evening of Pow Princess 2019-2020. Come and experience the First Nation culture. Everyone is welcome to Come First Nation culture. Everyone is welcome attendand theexperience 35th Annualthe Kamloopa Powwow. General admission cost to attend the 40th annual Kamloopa Pow Wow. General admission cost is $10 is $10 per day or $20 for a weekend pass. Admission is free for Elders, per people day or $20 a weekend pass.children Admission freeage for of Elders, withfor special needs, and underis the 6. people with special needs and children under the age of 6.

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Schedule Of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Princess Pageant Rules . . . . . . . . . . 9 Drum Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Judge Rules .

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Dance Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Prize Payout . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Head Staff .

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For Your Information . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Corporate Sponsors .

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, August 2

8:30 AM

- Box office, facilities & vendors open

NOON

- Registration opens for:

• Princess pageant & visiting royalty • Drum & dance categories

Intertribals Dance (All Welcome) Junior categories – ages 7 - 12

• Girls Traditional • Boys  Traditional • Girls Jingle • Boys Grass • Girls Fancy •B  oys Fancy 1st place Sponsored by • Boys Chicken Hall Excavating

Men’s Buckskin Golden Age categories – ages 60 +

6:45 PM

- Drum roll call - Drum song

• Women’s Golden Age • Men’s Golden Age

7:00 PM

Teen categories – ages 13 - 17

- Grand entry - Invocation - Flag song & victory song - Opening remarks: Chief Rosanne Casimir - Welcome song - Plateau feather pick-up

• Girls Traditional • Boys  Traditional • Girls Jingle • Boys Grass • Girls Fancy • Boys  Fancy • Boys Chicken

10:00 PM

- Registration closed for the evening - Retire the colours at midnight

Intertribals Dance (All Welcome) Vic Sandy Jr. Memorial – Mens Traditional Special:

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Senior Adult categories - ages 40 - 59

• Women’s Traditional • Men’s Traditional • Women’s Jingle • Men’s  Grass • Women’s Fancy • Men’s  Fancy • Men’s Chicken

Honouring residential school survivors Women’s Fancy 18+ Orange Shawl & Dress Special: Sponsored by Jade Louis & family

Junior Adult categories - ages 18 - 39

• Women’s Traditional • Men’s  Traditional • Women’s Jingle • Men’s  Grass • Women’s Fancy • Men’s  Fancy • Men’s Chicken

Saturday, August 3 8:30 AM

- Box office, facilities, & vendors open

10:00 AM

- Registration opens for:

• Princess pageant & visiting royalty • Drum & dance categories

11:45 AM

- Drum roll call - Drum song

NOON

- Registration closed

• Princess pageant • Drum & dance categories

- Grand entry - Invocation - Flag song & victory song - Intertribals - Exhibitions:

• Tiny Tot categories – ages 6 & under Sponsored by TD Commercial Banking • Tiny Tot girls • Tiny Tot boys

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Intertribals Dance (All Welcome) Junior categories – ages 7 - 12

• Girls Traditional • Boys  Traditional • Girls Jingle • Boys Grass • Girls Fancy •B  oys Fancy • Boys Chicken 1st place Sponsored by Hall Excavating

Junior Girls Team Dance Special:

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Teen categories – ages 13 - 17

• Girls Traditional • Boys  Traditional • Girls Jingle • Boys Grass • Girls Fancy • Boys  Fancy • Boys Chicken

- Supper break

6:45 PM

- Drum roll call - Drum song

7:00 PM

- Grand entry - Invocation - Flag song & victory song - Retire the colours at midnight

Intertribals Dance (All Welcome)

Men’s Buckskin & Golden Age Women’s Old-Style Jingle Spotlight Special: Sponsored by the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Chief & Council

Golden Age categories – ages 60 + • Men’s Golden Age • Women’s Golden Age • Men’s Buckskin

Mens 40+ Fancy Special:

Sponsored by Francis Johnson Sr. & family, Esket First Nation & Williams Lake community

Senior Adult categories - ages 40 - 59

• Women’s Traditional • M  en’s Traditional • Women’s Jingle •M  en’s Grass • Women’s Fancy •M  en’s Fancy • Men’s Chicken

Junior Adult categories - ages 18 - 39

• Women’s Traditional • M  en’s Traditional • Women’s Jingle •M  en’s Grass • Women’s Fancy •M  en’s Fancy • Men’s Chicken


FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 - SUNDAY, AUGUST 4 10:45 AM

- Princess contestants report to stage

11:00 AM Sharp

- Introduction: Princess pageant contestants - Pageant contest: songs by host drum - Speeches & talent shows - Straight song for all contestants

11:45 AM

- Drum roll call - Drum song

NOON

- Grand entry - Invocation - Flag song & victory song - Closing remarks: Chief Rosanne Casimir

Sunday, August 4 Intertribals Dance (All Welcome) Junior categories, ages 7 - 12

• Girls Traditional • Boys  Traditional • Girls Jingle • Boys Grass • Girls Fancy •B  oys Fancy 1st place Sponsored by • Boys Chicken Hall Excavating

Honouring Kobe Big Sorrel Horse Chicken Special, ages 16+

• Sponsored by the Big Sorrel Horse family

Teen categories – ages 13 - 17

• Girls Traditional • Boys  Traditional • Girls Jingle • Boys Grass • Girls Fancy • Boys  Fancy • Boys Chicken

Teen vs. Adults Red Shawl Special:

*All dancers competing in special wear a purple bow or purple ribbon on their regalia. Sponsored by the 2019-2020 Miss Kamloopa Tiana Kehewin

Intertribals Exhibition:

Crowning & Victory 2019 - 2020 Miss Kamloopa Princess

Sponsored by TD Commercial Banking

Rose Peters Memorial - Golden Age Women’s Special:

Tiny Tot categories – ages 6 & under • Tiny Tot Girls • Tiny Tot Boys

Sponsored by the Peters family

Men’s Buckskin Golden Age categories – ages 60 + • Women’s Golden Age • Men’s Golden Age

Russell Red Crow Memorial Senior Adults Jingle vs. Chicken Special:

Sponsored by the Kamloopa Powwow Society

Senior Adult categories - ages 40 - 59

• Women’s Traditional • M  en’s Traditional • Women’s Jingle •M  en’s Grass • Women’s Fancy •M  en’s Fancy • Men’s Chicken

Aurora Terry Coming of Age Women’s Contemporary vs. Oldstyle Jingle Special:

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Junior Adult categories - ages 18 - 39

• Women’s Traditional • M  en’s Traditional • Women’s Jingle •M  en’s Grass • Women’s Fancy •M  en’s Fancy • Men’s Chicken

- No supper break - Retire the colours at midnight - Prize payouts: • Dance competitions • Drum competitions

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PRINCESS PAGEANT RULES • All contestants must be female, 13 to 17 years old, enrolled in high school or another educational institute and single, with no children. • E  ach contestant will be asked to: a) Perform one straight dance. b) Present a speech on a topic of their choice. C) Perform a talent of their choice. D) Sell 50/50 tickets starting on Saturday, Aug. 3.

• All contestants will be judged on a point system. There will be a total of 100 points possible from each judge from the following categories: –O  utfit: /20 pt –D  ance: /20 pt –S  peech: /20 pt – Talent: /20 pt –P  oise & Appearance: /20 pt Total: 100 Points • The successful princess must return the crown.

• In addition, the 50/50 tickets sold will be calculated out of 100 points and prorated for each contestant to their equivalent amount of tickets sold. For example, if the fewest tickets sold equals 1,000 and the most tickets sold equals 5,000, then the contestant who sells the fewest tickets will get 20 points and the contestant who sells the most tickets will receive 100 points. • The powwow committee will judge the pageant.

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DRUM RULES • All lead singers must register their drum and all of the singers with that drum. Any changes made once the Drum registration form has been submitted to the secretaries will be considered as a singer(s) missing from roll call and points will be deducted accordingly.

• All singers must be present and ready to sing when called upon. Points will be given for drum roll call, intertribal and contest songs. During contest songs, all drums will be allowed four starts. During intertribal songs, all drums will be allowed five leads unless otherwise directed by head staff.

• There will be no late registration for drums. All drums must be registered before drum roll call at 11:45 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3.

• Drummers must keep drum area clean and no smoking permitted.

• No singers are allowed to register to more than one drum group and no drum hopping. If singers are caught, penalties will be given to that registered drum.

• All drums must have a minimum of five singers per group prior to registration and set-up. • Intertribals will go in a left to right drum rotation and the contest will go in right to left drum rotation.

• There are no drugs or alcohol allowed. If drummers are in possession or suspected to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they will be disqualified. • Each drum will be judged on a point system beginning on Friday, Aug. 2 as follows: – Present at drum roll call /10 pt 1 point deducted for each singer missing

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– Starts singing when called /5 pt – Singing /5 pt – Drumming /5 pt – Appropriate song /5 pt

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Enjoy the 40th Annual Kamloopa Pow Wow

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JUDGE RULES • The arena director, whipman and head drum judges will choose judges for all competitions. • If a judge is caught judging a relative, their ballot will be considered invalid. • All decisions will be final. You cannot change your decision once it has been submitted to the head staff for tallying. •B  e sure of the numbers, write down the numbers clearly and sign each ballot.

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•F  our veterans will be called upon to do all feather pick-ups. Only exception will be for eagle bustles, fans or a full complete piece that has feathers on it. •N  o whistles are to be blown during competitions. • Anyone having blown a whistle shall report to the whipman or the arena director. • There will be no exceptions for fanning a drum.

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DANCE RULES • All contestants must be registered before the start of noon grand entry on Saturday, Aug. 3, and must be wearing the number issued to them (there will be no late registration of dancers). • All dance numbers must be visible to the judges and secretaries during the competitions, grand entries, exhibitions and spot checks. • All contestants must be in grand entry and enter with their category to receive points. The only exception is for dancers registered to the host drum(s). Those dancers must be dressed and are responsible for giving their numbers to the secretaries before grand entry. • All contestants must be in the exhibition and/ or spot checks to receive points. There will be no exceptions. • Each contestant will be judged on skill, dress and dance ability. Judging will be strictly on a point system, beginning on Grand Entry Friday as follows: – 1st Grand Entry /75 pt – 2nd - 4th Grand Entry /50 pt – Spot Checks/Exhibitions /25 pt – 1st place /50 pt – 2nd place /25 pt – 3rd place /15 pt – 4th place /10 pt – Tiebreaker /1 pt • All contestants must be at least one-quarter native blood. Proof of tribal identification/ status may be required. • Each contestant must be in full regalia during competitions, grand entries and exhibitions/ spot checks and to be of the correct gender for that category. • If an eagle feather of a contestant’s regalia falls or is dropped during competition, he/she must disqualify him/herself for that session and may be disqualified by the arena director or whipman if the dancer does not disqualify themselves. • Each contestant can register in only one dance category, with the exception being specials. • There is a zero tolerance for drugs or alcohol. If dancers are in possession or suspected to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they will be disqualified from the contest.

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2019 KAMLOOPA POWWOW HEAD STAFF Arena Director, Whipman & Head Drum Judge HOST DRUM The arena director, whipman and head drum judge work closely with the MCs to ensure the powwow runs smoothly, all contestants are organized during grand entry, competitions/exhibitions and that appropriate songs are chosen for each dance category. All judges and alternates are chosen by the arena director, whipman and head drum judge for each session and ensure all judges adhere to the rules. The arena director and whipman take care of the arena by making sure all children stay off the arena during competitions, specials, honour dances and ceremonial dances. He also takes care of the dropped eagle feathers when they are on the arena, takes care of the eagle whistles and lines up the dancers in the grand entries. Arena Director Dale Alexis, Alta. Whipman Brandon Daniels, Morley, Alta. Head Dance Judge Kelly Good Eagle, Siksika, Alta. Head Drum Judge Shawn Bottle, Standoff, Alta.

Krazy Creek, Big Horn, Alta. HONORARY HOST DRUM Sage Hills, Kamloops, BC MASTERS OF CEREMONIES The masters of ceremonies job is to ensure that the program runs smoothly. Stan Isadore, Slave Lake, Alta. - Native performing artist, song & dance Kasey Nicholson, A’aa’niih Fort Belnap Indian Community, Man.

Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc - Chief & Council

Chief: Rosanne Casimir, Public Relations & External Affairs Councillors: • Marie Baptiste, Housing • Thomas Blank, Natural Resources • Justin Gottfriedson, Planning & Engineering • Katy Gottfriedson, Lands, Leasing & Taxation • Jeanette Jules, Legal & Community Services • Sonny Leonard, Business Development • Colleen Mosterd-McLean, Education

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION • PHOTOS: There are appropriate •R  ESERVED SEATING: The times and places to take bleachers to the right and left of pictures. Please do not take the stage are reserved for special • CAMPFIRES will not be pictures surrounding the judges guests and elders. The first two permitted within any of the as it may cause interference with rows around the lawn chair camping areas. contestant number collection. seating area are reserved for the Also, no video camera set-up • PARENTS please watch your dancers and their families. inside the arbour or around children. • WARNING: The Tk’emlúps te the drum areas. Please turn • PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB: Secwépemc and the Kamloopa off cameras during blowing of Dancers often leave blankets on Powwow Society will not be held whistles or feather pick-ups. responsible for any lost, stolen the bleachers to reserve their •N  O DOGS permitted in the or damaged articles or injuries. space. Out of respect for the arbour. dancers and their families, please •P  ARKING in the Special Events do not move or remove any •N  O SMOKING permitted in and Facility is run on a first come, chairs or blankets. around the arbour. first served basis. Any people leaving, including contestants • RECORDERS must give mic • ATMs on site located at the during supper break or any other runners priority to all drums. north side of the arbour. time, may not be able to re• DRY EVENT: This is an alcohol enter the facility if it is full to its • UMBRELLA users please be and drug free event, strictly capacity. mindful of others behind you. enforced by security. Must be taken down at dusk. • FIRST-AID: 24-hour first-aid & security are located at the north entrance.

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BIG THANK YOU TO OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS

Kukwstsétsemc (special thanks) to all of our sponsors for your support! DIAMOND PLUS

$5001+

Westbank First Nation

$600

Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc

$57,500

The Chopped Leaf

Department of Canadian Heritage

$16,100

BA Dawson Blacktop LTD.

$500

$11,000

Bonaparte Indian Band

$500

CFDC of CIFN

$500

Corix Utilities

$500

H.B. Ventures Inc. Horse Barn

$500

ASETS Lee’s Music

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BC Hydro

$5,000

Sun Ridge Equipment Ltd.

$5,000

Instinct Adornment Inc.

$200 Gift cards - $300

New Relationship Trust

$500

First Nations Health Authority

$4,000

New Gold Inc.

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Pinnacle Access

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PLATINUM

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Royal Bank of Canada

$2,000

BC Lions Football Club Inc

TD Commercial Banking – Tiny tots sponsorship $1,000 Piggy banks and books - $630 All Peace Protection LP CN Hall Excavating – general sponsorship Jr. Boys Chicken sponsorship: 1st place

$1,500 $1,500 Product - $1,250 $250

Trans Mountain

$1,500

Adams Lake Indian Band

$1,000

All Nations Trust Company

$1,000

Brentwood Enterprises LP

$1,000

Domtar

$1,000

Kamloops Office Systems

Printer equipment - $1,000

Douglas Lake Equipment

ATV Rental - $1000

First Nation Tax Commission

$1,000

Fortis BC Energy Inc.

$1,000

Jubilee RV Centre:

2 RV Rental - $1,000

Miller Thomson LLP

$1,000

Western Canadian Mulching

$1,000

SILVER Walco Radio Wingate by Wyndham Kamloops Urban Systems Ltd.

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All About Imprint

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Kamloops Airport

$600

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Blazers Merchandise - $300

The Home Depot

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Kamloops Blazers Hockey Club

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CJ Walker Enterprise Husky Paul Lake Road

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Enterprise Entertainment Ltd. Chances Gaming

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Erwin’s Fine Baking & Delicatessen Lt. Flight Centre Columbia Place

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Harrison Industrial Contracting Ltd.

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Marios Towing Ltd.

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Travelwise

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COPPER $1-$249 Let’s Move Studio

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Quaaout Lodge & Spa at Talking Rock Golf Resort

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Edgepark Enterprises Ltd. Fratelli Foods

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Kemp Concrete

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No Limits Fitness & Hot Yoga

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Supplement King

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SMU’WE7 Cougar Contracting Ltd.

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Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre One night stay - $179 Sandman Signature Kamloops

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Kamloops Art Gallery

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Exit Kamloops Escape Games

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HIK’s Holdings LTD. Art Knapp & Garden Centre

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Mario’s Mobile Welding

$100

PAL Hospitality Corporation Frick & Frack Taphouse

$100

Soctia Bank

$100

Planet Woman Valleyview Commodore Grand Café & Lounge

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Healthy Families, Healthy Communities Q’wemtsín Health Society supports the Skeetchestn, Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc, and Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Bands to promote holistic health through provision of programs, services, and education.

QHS offers: Circle of Life Program Community and Home Care Dental Care and Oral Health Diabetes Program Harm Reduction Massage Therapy Mental Wellness Nourishing Families Primary/Naturopath Health Care Public Health Service Respiratory Therapy

Prenatal Classes, Prenatal and Postnatal Care, Support for new moms Wound Care, Foot Care, Tub Program, Chronic Disease Support Dental Exams and Screening, X-Rays, Fillings, Extractions, Cleanings, Fluorides Screening and Assessments, Education, Glucose Monitoring, Dietary Support Community Needle Clean-up Hotline, Naloxone Distribution Craniosacral Therapy Counselling (Grief/Loss, Crisis/Trauma) Dietitian, Nutritional Education and Support, Community Gardens Nurse/General Practitioner Service, Prescriptions Immunizations, Flu Clinics Diagnostic Spirometer Assessments, Respiratory Education

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