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Carr Fire Dedication This book is dedicated to the victims of the devastating Carr and Camp fires. Our hearts go out to all the families and first responders affected by these devastating disasters. Our community feels your heartache. We have family and employees affected by the fires, and we see the overwhelming sense of loss and confusion. We have also seen that our community is strong and united as we continue to rebuild. We are #ShastaStrong.


Tribal Directory

Tribal Council

Jack Potter, Jr., Chairperson Jason Hart, Vice Chairperson Patty Spaulding, Secretary JoAnna Turmel, Treasurer Michelle Hayward- Council Tony Hayward, Sr. – Council Hope Wilkes- Council Don Benner 1st Council Alternate Jason Hayward, Jr. 2nd Council Alternate Jeremy Hayward 3rd Council Alternate

Win-River Governing Board Michelle Hayward, Chairperson Hope Wilkes, Vice Chairperson Patty Spaulding, Secretary Jason Hayward, Jr., Treasurer Jeremy Hayward, Board Member Jason Hart, Board Member JoAnna Turmel Board Member

RREDCO Board

Executive Team

Tracy Edwards, Chief Executive Officer Stacey Carman, Chief Operating Officer Tamra Olson, Chief Financial Officer

Senior Directors

Glen Hayward, Executive Director of Health Services Don Benner, Sr. Director of Human Resources Jason Hart, Sr. Director of Public Works Hope Wilkes, Sr. Director of Program Services Maria Orozco, Director of Public Relations

Win-River Organizational Development Team Gary Hayward, General Manager Chris Hart, Assistant General Manager Christi Hines, Chief Financial Officer Don Hayward, Gaming Director Chris DeCamp, Technical Services Director Christopher Orozco, Team Member Relations Director Jeremy Hayward, Security Director Kim Miricle, Marketing Director Brian McCain, Hospitality Director Alex Mack, Executive Assistant

Redding Rancheria 2000 Redding Rancheria Rd. Redding, CA 96001 530.225.8979 800.479.8979

Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Center 1441 Liberty St. Redding, CA 96001 530.224.2700

Jason Hayward, Jr., Chairperson Hope Wilkes, Vice Chairperson Patty Spaulding, Secretary Jeremy Hayward, Treasurer Michelle Hayward Jason Hart Joanna Turmel

Health Program Management Team

Stacey Carman, Chief Operating Officer Glen Hayward, Executive Director of Health Services David Christopherson, Director of Business Development Dr. Paul Davis, Chief of Medicine Dr. Todd Gandy, Dental Director Dr. Renee Wolfe, Pharmacy Director Dr. Sahaile Kristoffersen, Medical Director CCHC Dr. Jolene Kingsley, Medical Director Trinity Health Center Kara Russell, Behavioral Health Director Troy Rose, Director of Nursing Jackie Brown, Medical Nurse Supervisor Ryan Perkins, Director of Community Health

Redding Rancheria Redding Rancheria Win-River Resort & Casino Churn Creek HealthCare Head Start 2100 Redding Rancheria Rd. 3184 Churn Creek Rd. 1950 Redding Rancheria Rd. Redding, CA 96001 Redding, CA 96001 Redding, CA 96001 530.243.3377 530.768.2436 530.225.8925 800.280.UWIN

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Original Distributees

Leona Barnes

Betty Benner

Amy Burns

Dorothy Dominguez

Art Hayward

Carol Hayward Timmons

Barbara Murphy

Ruth Philpot

Juanita Price

Gladys Raines

The Redding Rancheria holds in highest regard its Tribal Elders, especially the seventeen Tribal Elders we call our Original Distributees. A congressional act terminated the Redding Rancheria as a reservation in 1959 and ordered the distribution of it assets. Some of these assets included the reservation land; this land was divided between the reservation’s seventeen adult Native Americans living on the reservation at the time. These seventeen individuals are now referred to as the Original Distributees of the Redding Rancheria. In 2018 the last of our Original Distributees- Barbara Murphy- passed on, but we still honor and recognize each and every one of them. 2


Original Distributees

Mildred Rhoades

Ellen Silverthorne

Isgrigg Towndolly

Laura Ward

Lester Sorahan

Katherine Steiber

Virginia Timmons

The Redding Rancheria logo was created to represent the Pit River, Yana and Wintu Tribes which are aboriginal to Shasta County, California. The center of the logo represents the center of each Tribe’s country with their traditional food sources of salmon and acorns, their water source and Mount Shasta, which is sacred to all three tribes. Each of the feathers represents an original distributee that was still living at the time the logo was designed. These elders were: Carole Timmons, Art Hayward, Mildred Rhoades, Betty Benner, Dorothy Dominguez, Amy Burns and Barbara Murphy. Logo was designed by Tribal Member Jack Potter, Jr., in 1997. 33


Vision Statement Redding Rancheria is a sovereign nation where pride in tribal culture, history and identity is evident internally and in the larger community. We are a leader in the development of our people within our traditional homelands. The strength of our Tribe lies in honoring our elders, building healthy families and promoting self-reliance in our members. We invest in our youth and adults, knowing that they will create the future with the strength of our ancestors. We empower them with knowledge and skills for a changing world. We lead by example in community development and stewardship of the land. Economic development and diversity provide a secure future for the Tribe and contribute to a vibrant economy. We preserve and celebrate our culture and live the traditions of our ancestors while building a brighter world for generations to come. 4


Tribal History In 1922 the Bureau of Indian Affairs purchased the land that is now considered the Redding Rancheria. The purchase was made to provide a place for homeless Indians to camp and live and that is what this land became for many Indians in Shasta and Trinity Counties. Our Rancheria was unique as it included Indians not just from one Tribe, but Indians of Pit River, Wintu and Yana descent. Prior to the government purchasing the land for Indian homes, many Indians The late Tribal Elder, Art Hayward, gathered in the area to fish for salmon in Clear Creek. Life on the reservation looks on as his house is demolished for the future site of the Casino was communal. People looked after one another’s children, planted gardens and carried buckets of water from nearby Clear Creek’s natural springs. Indians on the Rancheria lived a selfsufficient lifestyle. The history of the treatment of Indians in California is tragic. As recently as 1958, the California Rancheria Act expressed Congress’ intent to eradicate the cultural identity of Indians. In the era of termination, Congress unilaterally extinguished the special status and rights of tribes. The Redding Rancheria was terminated by an act of Congress on July 6, 1959. This act set forth the distribution of assets of the Rancheria. The Rancheria was no longer recognized by the government and the people residing on the Rancheria were no longer considered Indians. As the years progressed, the Rancheria was parceled off and sold to Indians and non-Indians alike. In spite of this, those living on the Rancheria continued their communal traditions and operated a traditional Tribal Council. As part of the California Rancheria Act, the Bureau of Indian Affairs was obligated to establish and maintain a domestic water system and provide a road along with housing. However, it built only a handful of substandard houses and failed to fulfill its other obligations. During the late 1970s, the Inter-Tribal Council of California was active in forming task forces challenging the termination of a number of Tribes. In 1983, a California District Court ruled that the failure of the BIA to comply with its obligations under the California Rancheria Act invalidated the Act. As a result, the Redding Rancheria and 17 other tribes were restored as federally-recognized Indian tribes. In 1987, the restored Redding Rancheria Tribe formally adopted its Constitution.

Tribal Offices being built

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Tribal Council 2019 Tribal Council Back Row:

Tony Hayward, Sr., Jack Potter, Jr., Jason Hayward, Jr., Jason Hart, Don Benner, Jeremy Hayward

Front Row:

JoAnna Turmel, Michelle Hayward, Hope Wilkes, Patty Spaulding Administrative Assistant: Melodie Honey

Message from the Chairperson Hestum, My name is Jack Eldon Potter, Jr. I am a Winnemen Wintu and I am honored to represent my Tribe in many ways – from serving on various committees to being elected Vice President of the National Congress of American Indians for the Pacific region. I have served as an official for our Tribal government for the past 19 years and was recently re-elected as Tribal Chairperson. As I look back over the years, I am amazed at how much Indian Country has changed. As a Tribal Member, I am truly grateful for Redding Rancheria’s success. With our focus on community involvement and building partnerships, we are moving forward as one of Northern California’s leading tribes. We are now in the fourth year of both our Visions of the Future 10-year plan and our RREDCO Strategic Plan. I am proud to say we are right on target to achieve those goals set forth four years ago. Together we will reach our goals, and throughout this next decade we will already be thinking of the next decade to come. Redding Rancheria has always been and will continue to be a supporter of charitable events within our traditional homelands. We will continue to provide services to our non-recognized Indian community such as the Wintu tribe of Northern California, the Nor-El-Muk Wintu Nation and Winnemem Wintu tribe. We have always supported them with funding assistance for ceremonies, burials, food and clothing. As sister tribes of Wintu people, we all come from the same history of genocide. Collectively we are the once great Wintu Nation, working together as natives should, respecting one another based on the history we share in common as the Indigenous people of Shasta County, the Wintu, Pit River, Yana, Hat Creek and Okwanachu peoples. We will continue to be involved tribally, locally and nationally with our neighboring tribes and local community. I believe Redding Rancheria and the rest of Indian Country will continue to be an integral and vibrant part of Shasta County. With that said, I am honored as Tribal Chairperson to present this 2017-2018 State of the Tribe report. Chairman, Jack Potter, Jr. Sukma, Jack E. Potter, Jr. Tribal Chairperson


Political Participation While Redding Rancheria is its own sovereign government, it is also continually working to form mutually beneficial relationships with the federal, state and local governments with which we work. One way the Tribe ensures that it has a voice is to endorse and donate to political candidates who best represent us. In 2017 and 2018, the Tribe donated nearly $50,000 in support of these candidates. Some of the candidates we supported are listed below: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Sheriff Tom Bosenko, Shasta County Council Member Kristen Schreder, City of Redding Congressman Doug LaMalfa, California’s 1st District Congressman Ken Calvert, California’s 42nd District Congresswoman Norma Torres, California’s 35th District Congresswoman Deb Haaland, New Mexico 1st District Congresswoman Nanette Barragan, California’s 44th District Congressman Paul Ruiz, California’s 36th District Congressman Tony Cardenas, California’s 29th District Congressman Tom McClintock, California’s 4th District Congressman Dan Kildee, Michigan’s 5th District Assemblyman James Ramos, California’s 40th District Board Member Ted Gaines, California Board of Equalization

Tribal Council Members along with Executive Staff meeting with Congressman Dan Kildee

CEO Tracy Edwards with City Council member Kristen Schreder

Tribal Council presenting a check for District Attorney Special Prosecutor

Anderson City Council Member Baron Browning helping with the Camp Fire supply station

Council Member Leon Benner with Congressman Doug LaMalfa

Chairman Jack Potter Jr. with Congress Woman Deb Haaland

Chairman Jack Potter Jr. with Senator Ted Gaines

Chairman Jack Potter Jr. with Senator Elizabeth Warren

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Cultural Preservation The Cultural Department is involved with monitoring and protecting the cultural/spiritual sites and repatriation of ancestral remains of the Wintu, Pit River, and Yana people. It supports and assists Tribal Members and Native American community members in traditional/cultural activities and traditional health practices.

Gathering Beargrass for dress making

Speaking at the Indigenous Womens Conference Samoan Fire Crew

2017-2018 Highlights • • • • • • • • • • •

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Hosted a ceremony for the Samoa Fire 2018 Crew Purchased 13 baskets and 2 Dance Sashes Purchased Martha Charles mortar and pestle Purchased 31 baskets, 2 Dance Sashes and 1 Beaded choker Head a yearly Memorial Day to remember the Tribal Members who have passed Held a bear Dances ceremony 2 times a year Gave ongoing support for the Tribal Ceremonies Cottonwood Treaty Signing Held language Ipad session Reenactment Participated and helped coordinate the Indigenous Peoples’ Day event in Shasta County The Tribe was also gifted a very rare Basket Hat from Jeff Voracek Provided local schools with a free presentation for Native American Month. We had over 100 students attend the Thundering Moccasins event in 2018


Redding Rancheria Stillwater PowWow The inaugural Stillwater Pow Wow was held at Shasta College in 1990, featuring a handful of local drummers and dancers. The Stillwater Pow Wow has been held for the past 29 years. Redding Rancheria’s Stillwater Pow Wow is an important annual Native American celebration that has grown extraordinarily over the years. Approximately 10,000 people come annually to watch dancers from across the United States and Canada compete for prize money totaling more than $15,000. In addition to the dancing, the event features delicious food, Native American crafts and cultural learning experiences.

Stillwater Pow Wow 2017 Honored Elders

James Hayward, Sr.

Karen Vasquez

Rose Garcia-Burns

Carol Cantrell

Stillwater Pow Wow 2018 Honored Elders

Caleen Sisk

Barbara Lucero

Pat Begley

Debbie Gard

Michael Swan

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Native American Community Services

2017 Head Start Graduating Class

2018 Head Start Graduating Class

Head Start & Child Care

Head Start Rodeo

Highlights • • • • • • •

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Head Start Box Car Races

The Redding Rancheria Head Start and Child Care was established in 1995. Since then it has been meeting the social, emotional, mental, physical and cognitive needs of preschool Native American children and their families. Our big focus is on Native American culture and in reflecting traditional values. Individual School Readiness Goals help prepare each child for success in school and in developing literacy skills that last a lifetime.

Head Start was at capacity with 34 students, 100% Native American, 20 of whom are Redding Rancheria Tribal Members. Child Care had 13 students enrolled, 100% Native American, one of whom is a Redding Rancheria Tribal Member. 30 students graduated on to Kindergarten. Staff participated in the CARES Plus program through Shasta County for professional growth. Teachers had on-going coaching and mentoring in Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS). Wintu and Pit River language exposure was provided weekly to all classrooms. On-going service to provide mental and physical health, health assessments, dental services, developmental assessments, support, and advocacy.


Native American Community Services Housing Assistance Self Determination Funded through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) serves the needs of federally recognized Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. Through NAHASDA, Redding Rancheria is able to assist multiple low-income families with housing. We provide home ownership counseling services, monetary aid for home rental deposits/rent as well as support in unforeseen emergency housing situations. Redding Rancheria assisted 76 families in 2017 and 82 families in 2018.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally funded program that assists Native Americans and Alaskan Native households. Through LIHEAP, Redding Rancheria is able to provide assistance to eligible families with electricity, gas, wood and wood pellets. Redding Rancheria assisted 675 individuals in 2017 and 709 in 2018.

Senior Nutrition The Redding Rancheria Title VI Senior Nutrition Program is funded by a grant from the Federal Agency on Aging. The program offers socialization, transportation, and free meals in a congregate setting and provides valuable information for services that are available within the community to eligible elders. We also provide frozen meals every two weeks to elders unable to come to lunch for medical reasons. The clients are Native Americans 55 years or older, and their spouses, regardless of heritage. Disabled persons living with an elder are also eligible. We are currently serving meals in the Redding Rancheria Community Center and in 2017-2018 we served 8,523 meals and provided 9,781 units of supportive services. The supportive services include crafts and games, nutrition education, cultural activities, referral to community programs and transportation services. We served our first meal under the grant in November of 1999 and we are now in our 20th year of providing nutritious meals, fellowship and services to the Native American elders in our service area.

Family Caregiver Program The Older Americans Act provides the opportunity for Title VI grantees to plan, develop, and implement family caregiver support programs for the benefit of non-paid family members caring for their elders and grandparents caring for their grandchildren or grand nieces and nephews. The Family Caregiver Support program provides support services for the unpaid family caregiver. The Redding Rancheria currently provides monthly support groups, training, Information and Referral and Respite services for Caregivers. 13


Native American Community Services Sharing Fund The Sharing Fund consists of funds that are directly set aside each year by Win-River Resort & Casino. The Tribe makes it a priority to implement services and programs that support self-sufficiency among its members as well as the larger Native American community. The Sharing Fund assists qualifying individuals and families on a case-by-case basis with the following: • • • • • •

Youth Activity Fees Burial Expenses Food Clothing Elder Disability Support Domestic Violence Support Services i.e., referral, education, shelter • Catastrophe Assistance (fire & flood victims) In 2017, this program assisted 274 households. In 2018, this program assisted 444 households.

Community Services Christmas Party

Redding Rancheria Sponsored Boulder Creek School Uniforms

Through the Sharing Fund we have a community Christmas giveaway for local Native American families that provides an entire Christmas meal for families and gifts for each child. In 2017 we served 47 families and in 2018, 56 families were served.

Johnson O’Malley The Johnson O’Malley (JOM) program assists Native Americans in the community with school supplies. The program helped 475 students in 2017. Another 254 students were helped by the program in 2018.

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The Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Center is an allinclusive one-stop shop for health care. Our patients have access to the best health care providers in the area as well as a large list of specialty care providers. With a growing staff of over a 145 employees, the Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Center provides access to the following care: family medicine, dentistry, behavioral health, psychiatry, marriage family therapy, substance abuse counseling, full service in-house pharmacy, obstetrics, cardiology, diabetes specialty care, laboratory services, medication assisted therapy for opioid addiction, 7-day-a-week urgent care, orthopedics and podiatry free of charge to our patients. We believe wellness is an important part of the healthcare continuum, and that is why we provide free on-site gym facilities, Pilates, and yoga to all our patients and staff. RRTHC Medical Department Our medical department is staffed with a great team of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, registered nurses and support staff to meet the needs of our growing population. Our main campus provides our patients with access to 21 treatment rooms, virtually eliminating wait times when they arrive for their appointments. Our medical team provides care for our patients from pediatrics to geriatrics, and is centered on building lasting, caring relationships with our patients and their families.

Highlights • 10 Medical Providers on staff • 36,000 patient visits in 2017 • 38,411 patient visits in 2018

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In 2015 the Redding Rancheria recognized a real need to increase access to healthcare for the Medi-Cal population within Shasta County. On November 5, 2015, Churn Creek Healthcare opened to all residents of Shasta County who have Medi-Cal or Partnership Health Plan coverage. Today Churn Creek Healthcare has almost 5,000 patients assigned to us for their primary care. In 2016 Churn Creek Healthcare expanded services to offer a walk-in urgent care that is open 7 days a week to all Medi-Cal, Partnership Health Plan and tribal patients. We also recognized a need for access to physical therapy, cardiology and mental health/behavioral health for the growing Medi-Cal population in Shasta County. Because of this growing need, all of these services were started at Churn Creek Healthcare in 2016. In 2017 we opened the Redding Rancheria Recovery Center. This service provides access to Suboxone Therapy to help residents of Shasta County with opioid and heroin addiction, and also offers support for alcohol use disorder. This service has been instrumental in helping people get back on their feet and clean from their addictions. Our team of specially trained medical providers, nurses, a licensed therapist and nutritionists work collaboratively to help make sure patients are successful in their recovery efforts. In May of 2018 we opened our newly renovated urgent care wing at Churn Creek Healthcare which includes seven new state-ofthe-art urgent care rooms as well as a new x-ray machine for our patients. The renovations also included a new conference room and full on-site gym. The urgent care continues to be open seven days a week for full walk-in access. This service has helped to decrease the overuse of emergency rooms for acute care outpatient needs. In 2019 we continue to expand our services at Churn Creek Healthcare by adding chiropractic care as an option for patients. Chiropractic care offers another modality to help improve pain and promote general wellness for patients. Another goal for 2019 is to start offering diabetic focus group visits to improve education and promote healthy lifestyle choices for our diabetic patients. The services offered at Churn Creek Healthcare continue to evolve in order to meet the needs of our patients. • 20,540 patient visits in 2017 • 24,962 patient visits in 2018 16


Trinity Health Center Redding Rancheria identified a need to increase access to health care in Trinity County. Redding Rancheria’s Trinity Health Center opened August 7, 2017, and accepts both Native and non-Native patients. In September 2017 a second primary care provider was recruited and behavioral health services were offered. Trinity Health Center quickly expanded and started offering additional specialty services. In May 2018 we had our first Telemedicine visit. We opened our physical therapy department in August 2018 and our Suboxone Treatment Program opened in September 2018. Trinity Health Center identified a need in the community to provide treatment for Hepatitis C. We started developing our Hepatitis C treatment program in late 2018 and currently provide Hepatits C treatment. Services currently provided: • Primary care from pediatrics to geriatrics • Diabetes management • Well Child exams / sports physicals • Women’s Health • Behavioral Health • Physical Therapy • Suboxone / Recovery • Telemedicine – Psychiatry • HCV treatment • Full time phlebotomist on-site

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Health Village This year the Redding Rancheria embarked on its biggest expansion of healthcare in the Tribe’s history. The building of our Health Village and Wellness Center has been in our strategic plan for over 25 years. We plan to develop, design and operate the most technologically advanced, holistically driven wellness center in all of California. Our focus has always been on integrating holistic medicine, herbal medicine, and traditional medicine with western medicine. Our integrative medicine combines conventional and alternative therapies to help our patients achieve optimal health and healing. The Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Program will use a holistic approach to create a personalized treatment plan that fits our patients’ specific needs. Our Program • Focuses on the whole person—Mind, Body and Spirit • Uses all appropriate, evidence-based therapies • Uses natural less invasive treatments when possible Examples of Integrative Approaches • Acupuncture for chronic low back pain, and migraine headaches • Meditation for anxiety, chronic pain, hypertension and insomnia • Massage Therapy for anxiety, pain control, and insomnia To augment the patient care plans, our patients will have access to the largest most diverse gymnasium and wellness center in all of Shasta County. Our patients will benefit from Yoga, Pilates, Meditation, Tai Chi, nutritional counseling, indoor and outdoor heated pools. Spin classes, Jazzercise, indoor temperature controlled running track and large workout rooms supporting kickboxing, weight lifting, TRX and cardio training all at no charge to our patients.

Tribal Health Village Concepts

Whether our patients are seeking treatment for a specific health issue or are simply interested in preventing disease and achieving optimal wellness, Redding Rancheria’s Tribal Health System offers groundbreaking, personalized programs that change lives by helping people prevent, reverse and treat chronic conditions and regain health.

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Tribal Government Senior Management Team

Tamra Olson, Jason Hart, Tracy Edwards, Glen Hayward, Stacey Carman, Don Benner, Hope Wilkes Not Pictured, Maria Orozco

Executive Team

Tamra Olson Chief Financial Officer

Tracy Edwards Chief Executive Officer

The Executive Team consists of the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Financial Officer. This team is responsible for ensuring the integrity of Tribal operations. Presently, the Tribe operates more than 100 programs.

Stacey Carman Chief Operating Officer

The Tribal Government currently employs approximately 277 staff members in Tribal Administration, Head Start, Gaming Agency, Tribal Health Center, Churn Creek Healthcare and Trinity Health. 19


Tribal Government Human Resources Through strategic partnerships and collaboration, the Human Resources Department recruits, develops and retains a highperforming and diverse workforce and fosters a healthy, safe, and productive work environment for employees, departments and the public in order to maximize individual and organizational potential and position Redding Rancheria as an employer of choice. During 2017 – 2018 we saw our workforce grow to nearly 300 employees and we were successful in accomplishing the standards we set forth in making new employees feel welcome, become part of the Redding Rancheria family and provide competitive wages and benefits. In keeping with our traditions, we encourage Native Americans to work for our Tribe and currently our Tribal Government workforce is 40% Native American. 2017-2018 Highlights

Redding Rancheria Work Family

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• Tribal Youth Employment and Tribal Youth Mentorship Program – this program provides positive, educational work experience for Tribal Member youth, ages 14 to 17, in the professional world. It allows youth to try different positions to see what peaks their interest. A total of 8 mentorships were completed in 2017 and 2018, and 12 participated in the Employment Program. • Introduced the Live Scan program, allowing all background investigations for the Tribe to be completed on the reservation. • Introduced a new employee benefit, the Purchased Referred Care program. 25% of our Native Employees are currently enrolled in this new plan. • Wellness Program has been continuously encouraging healthy living, while offering on-site classes and a variety of fitness challenges. • Added two paid holidays to our benefit package.


Workplace Guiding Values Winners

2017

Serving Others

2018

We are here to provide excellent service with a caring attitude. We are proud that our work serves Tribal Members, each other and the larger community.

Working Together

Lynn Graham Respecting Differences

Ann Nguyen Serving Others

We are actively involved in building a spirit of teamwork and collaboration within and between departments, functions and workplaces. Because we work together and support each other, we are smarter and more effective.

Doing What’s Right

Jack Potter, Jr. Respecting Differences

Michael Novak Serving Others

Gennie Christopherson Balancing Life

Ben Harrie Embracing Change

Michael Hollowell Working Together

Abby Schanuth Doing What’s Right

Our decisions and actions reflect integrity and honesty. We are committed to earning and keeping the trust of people we serve. We do not seek nor accept personal gain.

Embracing Change

Leaha Hernandez Balancing Life

Michelle McNeil Embracing Change

We honor our traditions and recognize change is an ongoing part of our environment. We face challenges and change in our work with creativity, innovation, adaptability and a sense of humor.

Respecting Differences

We seek to understand differences in ideas, approaches and perspectives as we welcome people from all backgrounds. We understand that our diversity makes us stronger and better as a community.

Balancing Life

Shannon Coburn Working Together

John Egolf Doing What’s Right

Although work is our focus together, we realize that life is more than work. We encourage healthy lifestyles that support mental & physical well-being. We believe a balanced employee is happier and more productive.

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Tribal Government Tribal Wellness Program Our Wellness Program offers many different types of activities for staff and families to participate in including:

Shasta Mud Run

Win-Fit Challenge

Ninja Coalition

Farmers Market

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Snowshoeing/Cross Country Skiing Paddle Boarding/Kayaking Hiking Disc Golf Rafting Biking Biometric Screening Reformer Pilate’s ABC Bootcamp Cardio/Strength Training Yoga Hypnosis Jazzercise Zumba Hip Hop Dance Barre Class We also provide employees with gym memberships

In addition, we provide fresh fruit for all staff and we are a major partner with Healthy Shasta.

Highlights • In 2017 and 2018, six challenges were offered to all Redding Rancheria employees, as well as 500+ on-site classes a year.

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Tribal Government Public Works

2017-2018 Highlights

The Mission Statement of the Public Works Department is to develop and maintain a responsive and efficient facility management program which preserves and enhances the value of tribal assets and provides an attractive and safe environment for staff, clients and visitors. Our department consists of a Senior Director, Maintenance Superintendent, Safety Manager, EPA Manager, EPA Water Technician, Administrative Assistant, Maintenance Supervisor, Custodial Supervisor, nine Maintenance workers, and ten Custodians. Members of the Public Works Department work together as a Team to provide support to our employees and customers, to maintain and care for our facilities and properties, and provide a safe work environment. The workload includes caring for over 529 acres and six commercial buildings and five houses.

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Snow Storm clean up Earth Day event Land cleanup new property-homeless camps New staff hired New fire tender trailer New ergonomic office rearrangements Assisted Carr Fire victims

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Tribal Government Tribal Court Established with a BIA development grant, the Redding Rancheria Tribal Court convened in May, 2006 with jurisdiction delegated by the Redding Rancheria Tribal Council. The Court’s jurisdiction includes children’s court, tribal employment matters, marriage and marriage dissolution, on-reservation torts and contracts, and workers’ compensation. Tribal Council has prioritized the expansion of Tribal Court jurisdiction by enacting several new ordinances and new regulatory responsibilities for the Tribal Council.

Judge Richard Blake

Judge Richard C. Blake is the Chief Judge of the Redding Rancheria Tribal Court and has proudly held this title since 2010. Judge Blake is the President of the National American Indian Court Judges Associate, and has been an executive board member since 2003.

Since May 2006 the Tribal Court has conducted over 500 hearings with an increasing Molly Redmon Michael Hollowell child welfare and contracts caseload. The Tribal Council has delegated jurisdiction Tribal Court Tribal Court to the Tribal Court in several other areas including domestic relations, administrative Clerk Administrator appeals on civil and regulatory matters including employment and casino patron disputes, evictions, and underground utilities. As part of the judicial system, the Tribe has established an appellate court process. In addition, the BIA, Division of Tribal Justice recently conducted an assessment and planning review of the Tribal Court. The extensive review process resulted in the BIA providing the Tribe with $103,000 for enhancements to the Tribal Court. The Tribal Court is an important institution in protecting the Tribe’s sovereignty.

Family & Children Services Family & Children Services (FCS) is a Tribal department that receives complaints or referrals on allegedly abused or neglected tribal children, making the proper investigation and filing a petition with the Tribal Court where appropriate. FCS locates, certifies and supervises foster and relative placements. Department staff monitors tribal children while in placement. FCS appears in Tribal Court and prepares, with the assistance of the Office of the Tribal Attorney , and files dependency cases, case plans, pleadings, status reviews and may provide expert testimony as required by tribal law. The FCS department also works closely with other internal tribal departments as well as works with outside agencies in creating solutions to child care and family services. The FCS department works closely with families in creating the best solutions for family safety.

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Tribal Government Gaming Compliance The Gaming Agency Consists of five Gaming Commissioners, an Executive Director, Administrative Assistant, two Compliance Officers, and a Licensing Administrator. The Surveillance Department has a 12 Surveillance Employees and one Systems Administrator. The Gaming Commission is responsible for promulgating rules and regulations, holding hearings, and administering fines and sanctions. The Gaming Agency is also required to enforce all regulations, policies and procedures along with Tribal, Federal and State law. Surveillance observes and reports. The agency works closely with the Department of Justice, local law enforcement, as well as the California Highway Patrol. The Gaming Department strives for excellence in keeping WinRiver Resort & Casino free from crime, corruption and illegal activity so the casino may promote a safe atmosphere for the surrounding communities.

Land Acquisition As descendants of the original residents of the North State, Redding Rancheria has long made expansion of its Tribal land base a high priority. Acquiring additional land certainly serves an economic development purpose for the Tribe, but it also is important for historical and spiritual reasons. Native American heritage values connection with the land and the creatures on that land. Currently, Redding Rancheria’s total land holdings in Shasta County and Trinity County, total around 535 acres. Most recently, the Tribe transferred 89.94 Lowery Property along highway 273 acres of fee land, known as the Lowry Property, into federal trust status. The Lowry Property is contiguous to the current Rancheria and sits to the north of Clear Greek and to the west of highway 273.

Enrollment Redding Rancheria Tribal Members are all lineal descendants of the 17 Original Distributees who lived on the Tribal reservation in 1959. Tribes are inherently responsible for determining their own membership. Redding Rancheria’s Enrollment Department is responsible to ensure that eligible people are enrolled. During 2017-18 there were 31 children enrolled. 25


Tribal Member Services Elder Services Honoring Tribal elders is an important aspect of Redding Rancheria’s culture as it is in the Native American community as a whole. The Tribe shows respect to its elders ages 50 and older, by providing monthly financial assistance, monthly elder appreciation dinners, and twice-yearly energy assistance payments. During the past two years an average of 38 Tribal elders have received these benefits.

Health & Wellness Redding Rancheria believes that the health and well-being of its Tribal Members is of utmost importance. All Members are provided a comprehensive health benefits package that exceeds those provided employees of most large companies. These benefits include medical, dental, vision and life insurance. Additionally, a custom supplemental health program helps pay for many health-related expenses not covered by traditional insurance.

Small Business Grants It is not only important to Redding Rancheria that the Tribe is self-reliant, but that each of its Tribal Members are as well. In pursuit of this goal,the Tribe operates a Small Business Grant program for its Tribal Members that is targeted toward helping Members start and successfully operate their own businesses. During the 2017-18 timeframe, 12 grants were made totaling $240,000.

Members T ravel Recognizing that traveling outside of the immediate area to learn about other places, people and cultures, Redding Rancheria operates a travel program for Tribal Members. The program provides funds for Members to travel as well as assistance in booking trips. During the past two years, approximately 600 trips were taken with the assistance of the program.

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Tribal Member Services Tribal Youth Mentorship Program School Sponsored Trips This program assists with travel cost for junior high and senior high students. The program ensures that students have the unique opportunity of traveling with a group as an educational experience. In 2017, nine students utilized this program. In 2018, seven students utilized this program.

Scholarship Program The scholarship program assists adult students while they attend university, college or trade school. It is our belief that education helps our Tribal Members become selfsufficient community leaders who are strong role models. With the help of the Tribe, members have been able to achieve various degrees, trade school certifications and licenses. 2017 • Three students received a Bachelor’s degree. • Two students received an Associates degree. • Three students received Licensure & Certification 2018 • One student received a Bachelor’s degrees. • One student received a Master’s degree. • Four students received Licensure & Certification

Child Care Assistance This program provides funding to assist parents and other guardians with child care expenses while parents are working or going to school. In 2017-2018, assistance was provided to 45 families.

Introduced in 2016, the Tribal Member Mentor Program is an opportunity for Tribal Youth to explore career opportunities within Redding Rancheria, its entities and the community. Being exposed to new positions and fields helps lead the youths into a field, of study that is right for them. • Eight youth participated in the program during 2017-2018.

Tribal Youth Employment Redding Rancheria provides positive, educational work experience for Tribal Member youth, ages 14 to 17, in the professional work world. The program allows youth to try different positions to see what piques their interest. • In 2017-2018, 12 youth participated in the program.

Tribal Youth Working at Head Start

Tribal Youth Working in Public Works

Tutoring Assistance The program helps students as they strive to improve and maintain their grades. In 2017, nine students utilized this program. In 2018, seven students utilized this program

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Youth Leadership Youth Leadership This year-long program focuses on preparing the Tribal youth, ages 11-17, to be leaders within the Tribe as well as the surrounding community. It is essential that Tribal youth realize their importance and increase their capabilities so they will be prepared for the future. Sessions held throughout the year include learning life skills, communication, team-building and culture. In 2017-2018, 41 Tribal youth participated.

Group Photo

Shasta Caverns

Spear Fishing

Tribal Youth Playing the Stick Game 28

Tourniquet Training

Escape Room


Charlee Carman 12th Grade

Christopher Hart, Jr. 12th Grade

Shayla Brown 12th Grade

Dylan Baker 12th Grade

Payton Edwards 12th Grade

Katrina Wolfin 12th Grade

Kaylee Carman 12th Grade

Dakotta Hayward 12th Grade

Laine Hayward 12th Grade

Sara Hayward 12th Grade

Skyler Hayward 12th Grade

Albert Montgomery 12th Grade

Tyler Hayward 12th Grade

Ethan Schumacher 12th Grade

Shaelyn Pizano 12th Grade

Trevor Shepherd 8th Grade

Amanda White 8th Grade

Mauricio Wright 8th Grade

Graduates for 2017-2018 Ezra McCain 8th Grade

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I-5 Property

The Tribe currently owns the “Strawberry Fields” site consisting of 232 acres. The Tribe filed an application in 2010 seeking to have the federal government acquire the 232-acre site in trust for the Tribe. The purpose of the proposed action is to facilitate tribal selfsufficiency, self-determination, and economic development. The Redding Rancheria’s proposed Fee-to-Trust application and proposed Casino Project is located just outside the southern boundary of the City of Redding within unincorporated Shasta County, California. The transfer of the 232 acres, if accepted, will subsequently allow development for gaming purposes with a variety of uses including an approximately 69,541 square foot casino, 250-room hotel, conference and event centers, restaurants, retail facilities, parking, and other supporting facilities. The proposed project will replace the Redding Rancheria’s existing Win-River Resort and Casino, and the existing facility will be renovated, most likely, into tribal services and housing uses. The proposed project secures a strong future for the next seven generations of Tribal Members while contributing to economic opportunities throughout the greater community. The project is anticipated to create 2,120 construction jobs resulting is $99.1 million in construction-related wages, an additional 550 career-related job opportunities resulting in $12.2 million in new wages, substantial economic output for local business and millions of dollars in tax revenue for state, county and local governments.

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Win-River Resort & Casino

Back Row: Kim Miricle, Brian McCain, Alex Mack, Chris Hart, Chris DeCamp, Chris Orozco, Christi Hines Front Row: Jeremy Hayward, Gary Hayward, Don Hayward

Win-River Resort & Casino The Organizational Development Team is the core group of Executive Directors for Win-River Resort & Casino responsible for guiding the organization towards future expansion and success. The success of Win-River Resort & Casino lies in the dedication of our Team Members, superior Guest Services, and leaderships’ ability to “embrace change”. Our organization’s culture is built upon several key components: our shared vision, mission, values, principles, and a promise to our guests, Team Members, and Tribal Members. All of these components fuel our passion to provide premier gaming, entertainment, and hospitality experiences. We are proud of the efforts put forth to deliver these unparalleled experiences and humbled by the achievements made to support our Tribe and community. As we look to the future development on I-5, Win-River Resort & Casino Organizational Development Team is dedicated to the growth and expansion of our premier gaming and entertainment resort destination.

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Win-River Resort & Casino The Future of Win-River Resort & Casino A future expansion to I-5 also requires continued focus on maintaining growth in our current operation. The uncertainty of 2019 remains a challenge as we navigate through the aftermath of the CARR Fire, an election year, continued negotiation for a new Compact with the State of California, and restoring our native lands into trust. We are gaining traction in establishing our restored lands into trust for our I-5 expansion and development. We have completed the required environmental report and traffic study, high-level architectural design and development work, and a business plan and feasibility study for the proposed site. As the Organizational Development Team works together to determine what proves to be the most economical and viable solution to bridge the gap for our expansion on I-5, we continue to consider all factors such as time-line, constraints, political landscape, cost, and economic feasibility. Additional focus will be to evaluate all potential expansion alternatives. The Tribe is very active in pursuing compact negotiations with the State of California in order to grow and prosper both from gaming and economic development aspects.

Win-River Resort Hospitality In November of 2013, Win-River Casino became Win-River Resort & Casino by opening our 84-room hotel and spa. We have been extremely successful with our hotel, building a brand that puts the gamer first and providing a product that we can be proud of. We have maintained an average occupancy between 80-85%, with 50% of our rooms accommodating active players. Our hotel continues to be a vital part of our increased growth and success over the past five years. One of our major 2019 goals and milestones is our continued investment in new technology and value added software and systems. In 2018 we purchased Atrient and, as of May 2018, we have implemented it as our primary promotional tool with four Promotional Kiosks and one River Club Card Kiosk. In addition, we have purchased the Agilysys Point of Sale system for our Hospitality Departments. With these advancements in technology alone, we have enhanced the guest experience, providing them with more efficient and reliable service. We strive every day to improve the guest experience, putting our relationships ahead of profits.

Technical Services

Win-River’s Technical Service Division is comprised of Facilities Management and Information Technology, both of which are key components in not only setting the stage for our enterprise’s success, but driving it forward. Adopting new technologies and methodologies to reach, incentivize, and impact the customer while ensuring the quality of their gaming experience are key drivers for technical services. The Win-River Resort & Casino Facilities Department maintains and operates all major physical infrastructures necessary to conduct the resorts business, while Information Technology is a key business driver that impacts every aspect of the enterprise.

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Win-River Resort & Casino Marketing Marketing Administration, River Club, Creative and Promotions make up the Win-River Resort & Casino Marketing Division. The Win-River Resort & Casino (WRRC) brand is one of our most valuable assets and we realize that our brand is more than just our products and services. The WRRC brand stands for Honesty, Teamwork, Integrity, Trust, and Respect. Our most important goal when engaging with our guests is making sure that they experience our organizational values in every area of the resort and casino. In 2017-2018, the Creative Department serviced Win-River Resort & Casino, RREDCO, Win-River Spa, and various non-profit organizations in many ways. Contributions are the advertisements seen locally and in the out of market areas, on-site displays, and throughout our various media outlets (i.e. TV and radio, billboards, digital signs, print production, social media, and outdoor branding). The increased internal and outdoor digital signs gave us the opportunity to reach our immediate audience in a much more efficient and cost effective way. We continue to increase our engagement through social media, web, paid digital advertising, search engine optimization, and search engine marketing. We have a solid footprint and graphically stronger brand identity in the Redding market than past years and continue to enhance our production and advertising quality to reach existing and new markets. In addition, the Win-River Resort & Casino Promotion’s Team will put a priority on bringing the excitement back to our promotional campaigns. We made every effort to acquire new guests while focusing on the existing demographic to encourage longer play and stays in our hotel. We took the time to ensure that our guests have the “Ultimate Gaming Experience.” We continue to create passion, loyalty, excitement about our shared vision, and continue to develop long-term and trusting relationships with our internal and external guests. We support our community by “keeping it local” and partnering with local businesses on several of our promotional campaigns. These relationships will continue to enhance our synergetic partnerships within our community.

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Win-River Resort & Casino Team Member Relations Our organization is committed to providing our guests with unforgettable memories and experiences. It’s what we love to do. But before that can happen, as an employer, we believe in creating extraordinary experiences for the people who make WinRiver such a special place for our Team Members. We have a team of over 400 unique and extremely talented individuals who all share the same passion for delivering the highest level of service to our guests. Our Team Members are the heart and soul of WRRC. Everything we’ve achieved as a business is due to their hard work and the belief that we all have the opportunity to change someone’s life every single day. In 2016, we changed the way traditional Human Resources (HR) should be done. We said goodbye to “HR” and became Team Member Relations (TMR). We are an organization that seeks to create meaningful experiences for our Team Members and build and sustain relationships throughout our organization. We have the unbelievable opportunity each and every day to make life better for so many incredible people. Each area of our work allows us to be part of something truly special, from the talented Team Members we get to work with and support daily, to the incredible total rewards programs we’ve created for all of our Team Members. Culture is everything at our organization. Our culture guides us all, and the success of our business is a direct reflection. We take that very seriously and our Team believes in supporting and promoting our culture in every aspect of Team Member Relations. In 2017 and 2018, we have remained committed to implementing and maintaining strategic policies, procedures, and programs to increase the value of our Team Members to the organization and to our stakeholders.

Win-River Retreat & Spa In 2017, Win-River Resort & Casino opened the Win-River Retreat and Spa. This full-service retreat and spa offers a refreshing and enriching spa experience that will leave our guests feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Win-River Retreat is the only spa in Northern California that features both an indoor steam and sauna. Win-River Retreat & Spa offers a full range of services including Swedish and deep-tissue massages, facials, skin care, nail care and much more.

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Economic Development RREDCO Redding Rancheria Economic Development Corporation (RREDCO) was established in 1995. Over the past 23 years it has continued to serve the best interests of the Tribe by protecting the political integrity, economic security, health and welfare of the Tribe and its members. The Tribe looks to RREDCO as its business arm for diversification of investments and RREDCO is responsible for acquisition and development of new or existing businesses. The Mission of RREDCO is to create economic and employment opportunities, to further the Tribe’s interest in self-determination and self-sufficiency, ensuring pride and profitability for present and future generations.

Tricia Kaplanis Michele Price Cathy Donnell

Hilton Garden Inn The Hilton Garden Inn Redding hotel opened in 2003 and sits on a plateau overlooking the majestic Sacramento River. With convenient access right off the I-5 freeway, our hotel is a great choice for easy travel around town and to the many Redding area attractions. The Hilton Garden Inn operates 93 rooms, including a restaurant, small bar, 1,700 square feet of meeting and banquet rooms, hot tub, small pool, fitness room and business center. The hotel offers travelers and local guests breakfast, lunch and dinner in our Great American Grill Restaurant. Our dining and patio areas are perfect for a business lunch or Sunday family breakfast. 2017 - 2018 Highlights • In 2018 the Hilton Garden Inn Redding was recognized for outstanding performance and received the Hotel Success Award for being ranked in the top 4% of all Hilton Garden Inn hotels. This particular award was given only to 27 properties across the nation out of all HGI Branded Hotels, both in the U.S. and internationally. Additionally, our Director of Sales was among one of five individuals in the Hilton Brand who was awarded with a Sales Merit Award for 2018. This honor is given on the basis of personal and professional performance, with outstanding property achievements and notable growth in ADR and RevPAR. The Hilton Garden Inn ranks high among its peers and its amazing team members continue to enhance the brand and loyalty of the organization daily. 35


Economic Development RRUCO The Redding Rancheria Utility Corporation (RRUCO) entered into a retail electric service agreement with the Redding Electric Utility (REU) in June 2010 to provide reliable, cost efficient utilities to Tribal Members and business enterprises located on the Redding Rancheria.

Win-River Mini-Mart The Mini-Mart opened in late 1999 with the goal to provide the most convenient, clean, and friendly environment to serve our local community. We continue to provide fair, competitive prices, while ensuring excellent guest service for our team members, guests, and Tribal Members. Over the years, the Mini-Mart has grown as a positive connection between the Tribe and our community through building relationships and visibility. The location and recreational demographic for this mini-mart are some of the key things that continue to make this property a success for the Tribe. 2017-2018 Highlights Over the past two years the mini-mart has made many improvements by updating procedures and software, increasing exterior lighting and updating security systems. This proactive approach continues to make the mini-mart a clean, safe and convenient neighborhood store. Over the past two years the Win-River Mini-Mart team has been continually recognized by guests for exceptional customer service.

MINI MART

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Redding Rancheria’s 2017-2018 Economic Impact Redding Rancheria Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $73,943,351 Win-River Resort & Casino Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $79,100,000

Win-River Mini Mart Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $22,246,574

WRGCC Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $103,823

RREDCO Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $1,161,512

Tribal Totals for Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $185,400,481

Hilton Garden Inn Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $6,852,776

RRUCO Salaries, Benefits, Payroll Taxes & Vendor Payments $1,992,445

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Supporting Our Community The Redding Rancheria cares deeply about Shasta County and its surrounding areas. We strive to help our fellow community members when they are in need of assistance. The Tribe gives back to our community in many ways. We wish to not only improve the development of the Redding Rancheria, but all local community organizations. The major ways that the Tribe gives back is through the sharing fund, general fund and community fund. Profits from our generated revenues go back into the development of this community. From healthcare to education and organizational outreach to community participation, the Redding Rancheria has donated a great deal of time and money to several organizations such as $250,000 for the new One Sierra Center for Safe Place, $300,000 to the Cascade Restoration Project, $400,000 to the Redding Aquatic Center, $25,000 for Kids Kingdom, and a $250,000 donation to fund additional staff at the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office to name a few.

Relay For Life

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Giving Tuesday 2017

Jack Potter Jr. Dancing with the Stars Caffeinate for a Cause Celebrity Baristas 38

Stuff the Bus


Supporting Our Community

Giving Tuesday 2018

KIXE Live Auction 2017

Wings of Angels Walk

Kids Kingdom Rebuild Donation

Raising Awareness for Think Pink Day • Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Clinic • Win-River Resort & Casino • Churn Creek Health Care • Redding Rancheria

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Giving Back Charitable Contributions The Tribe gives back in many ways. The major way that the Tribe gives back is through the Sharing Fund, General Fund and Community Fund.

Grand Total of contributions

$416,356.35

2017-2018 Redding Rancheria Community Fund Donations Shasta Senior Nutrition Program FaithWORKS Community Coalition Northern California Veterans Museum & Heritage Center Women’s Health Specialists Shasta Library Foundation Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Inc. Connecting to Care Shasta Family YMCA Lassen Park Foundation Fall River Jr./Sr. High School Trinity Players, Inc. One Safe Place Trinity High School Mercy Foundation North Redding School of the Arts Shasta County Arts Council Northern CA Educational Television Association - KIXE Fall River Elementary School Western Shasta Resource Conservation District West Redding Little League Burney Water District Stage 44 Players Lakehead Lions Club United Way of Northern California

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$5,000.00 $4,673.00 $2,000.00 $500.00 $500.00 $2,000.00 $7,400.00 $3,000.00 $2,000.00 $4,486.00 $1,500.00 $1,300.00 $500.00 $790.00 $3,000.00 $500.00 $3,125.00 $1,100.00 $1,000.00 $3,000.00 $1,100.00 $900.00 $1,500.00 $2,500.00

Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley Willow Creek Youth Partnership Family Dynamics Resource Center Lewiston Sparkies Spring Rivers Foundation Horses Assist Lives Organization (HALO) Better Choices, Inc./Ready for Life Foster Family Agency Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers, Inc Weaverville Boy Scout Troop #15 Burney Elementary School Shasta Builders Exchange Roderick/Hayfork Senior Nutrition Center Turtle Bay Exploration Park Halcumb Cemetery District California Bicycle Education Fund/Shasta Living Streets Disability Action Center Trinity High School Burney Elementary School Anderson Middle School Watershed Research & Training Center Mercy Foundation North Quality Moments, Inc. Anderson Union High School District Burney Elementary School

$500.00 $3,500.00 $3,000.00 $1,600.00 $2,500.00 $2,800.00 $1,700.00 $7,600.00 $500.00 $2,099.00 $2,500.00 $5,500.00 $10,000.00 $6,300.00 $1,000.00 $1,700.00 $500.00 $1,500.00 $500.00 $1,000.00 $5,566.00 $4,000.00 $3,000.00 $1,680.00


Giving Back Pennies on Purpose Anderson Police Department Hope City Redding Mountain View Middle School North Fork Grange #763 Northern CA Educational Television Association - KIXE Shasta Historical Society Fullfilling Fields Organic Farm, Inc. City of Redding Recreation McArthur Fire Protection District Columbia Elementary School South Shasta County Youth Arts (SSCYA) Cypress Elementary School West Valley High School Exodus Farms Ministry Friends of the Schreder Planetarium Shasta Builders Exchange West Cottonwood Junior High School Roderick/Hayfork Senior Nutrition Center Halcumb Cemetery District Pacheco Union School District Happy Valley Fire Protection District Kiwanis Club of Shasta Dam Foundation SOL Communications Inc. Anderson Fire Protection District Exodus Farms Ministry American Red Cross, NE CA Chapter Anderson Police Department Ascend Wilderness Experience California Heritage YouthBuild Academy City of Anderson Community Services, Parks & Recreation Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Inc. Empire Hotel Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center, Inc. Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California Family Dynamics Resource Center French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District Friends of the Hayfork Park Buckeye School of the Arts Great Shasta Rail Trail Association Happy Valley Fire Protection District Hat Creek Volunteer Fire Department

$2,000.00 $3,500.00 $1,500.00 $2,500.00 $2,000.00 $2,150.00 $9,600.00 $9,742.00 $2,500.00 $5,000.00 $1,500.00 $3,000.00 $4,100.00 $4,000.00 $6,800.00 $6,615.00 $1,500.00 $3,500.00 $2,700.00 $3,567.00 $1,900.00 $2,700.00 $2,000.00 $1,500.00 $5,446.00 $10,000.00 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $500.00 $1,500.00 $10,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $900.00 $1,000.00 $1,200.00 $1,100.00 $500.00 $1,722.35 $5,738.00 $3,000.00

His Ideas, Inc. Intermountain Healthcare Foundation Inwood Community Farm Lewiston Community Services District Local Indians for Education, Inc. Manton Education Council Local Indians for Education/Native Roots Network

Shasta Family YMCA Shasta Lake Heritage and Historical Society Shasta Library Foundation Shasta Treatment Center Shingletown Medical Center The Alyssa Araiza “Wings of Angels” Organization Watershed Research & Training Center Turtle Bay Exploration Park Whitmore Union Elementary School District Shasta Elementary PTA Turtle Bay Exploration Park Salvation Army - Redding Redding Police Department Shasta Family YMCA Northern CA Educational Television Association - KIXE Redding Cooperative Preschool City of Redding Recreation ShiningCare, Inc Lewiston Community Services District Exodus Farms Ministry

$1,000.00 $2,400.00 $500.00 $1,955.00 $900.00 $500.00 $1,500.00 $700.00 $4,781.00 $1,000.00 $500.00 $3,000.00 $500.00 $1,000.00 $7,500.00 $4,100.00 $10,000.00 $2,986.00 $3,000.00 $6,000.00 $500.00 $10,000.00 $500.00 $5,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $5,000.00 $2,500.00 $2,535.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $10,000.00 $9,100.00

Haven Humane Society, Inc.

$10,000.00 $10,000.00

Kids’ Turn/Northern California Center for Family Awareness

Northern California Veterans Museum & Heritage Center People of Progress Redding Aquatics The Trade School at SBE, Inc. Shasta Community Health Center Shasta County Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council

Friends of the Shasta District Fair/27th District Agricultural Association

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Giving Back Redding Rancheria Community Fund Dinner One of the most enjoyable events each year in Shasta County is the Redding Rancheria Community Fund Dinner. This themed dinner, hosted at the Win-River Event Center, sells out each and every year. Proceeds raised by this event go directly to the Redding Rancheria Community Fund which is administered by the Shasta Regional Community Foundation. This fund has donated nearly $2.8 million since its inception. We want to thank the community for its ongoing support in attending this dinner.

2017 Redding Rancheria Community Fund Dinner Carnival Theme

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2018 Redding Rancheria Community Fund Dinner 1920’s Theme


In Loving Memory

William “Bill� Hayward November 25, 1944 - July 1, 2017 William (Bill) Hayward was born November 25, 1944. The son of Arthur Lewis Hayward and Wanda Lucille Henry. He was a lifelong resident of Shasta County and a proud Wintu of the Redding Rancheria. He belonged to Laborer Union 185. He worked the H3 tunnel with his youngest son, Michael John Hayward, Sr., in Honolulu, Hawaii. This was a very proud life experience for Bill and Michael. He also worked all across the country doing mining and tunnel jobs. He was a Redding Rancheria Tribal Elder and in the past was an honored Elder of the year.

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In Loving Memory

Barbara Murphy October 28, 1939 - May 8, 2018 Barbara was the last living Redding Rancheria original distributee of the 17 original distributees. She was Yana, Norelmuk Wintu and Madesi Pit River. She is survived by three children, six grandchildren, and eleven greatgrandchildren. Barbara served as Redding Rancheria’s CEO for 16 years. She served as the Tribal Chairwoman for several years. Her vision for the Tribe’s future has made it very successful. She taught Tribal Members that our Tribe is a sovereign nation. She was instrumental in compacting with the federal government and used the funds to create programs that were beneficial for Tribal Members and the Native community. She was very involved in the Tribe until the very end, and when she was not attending to Rancheria business, you could find her either in the poker room or out of town selling her collection of beautiful Native baskets and jewelry.

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