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    Reception with Silent Auction 7 00 p m Dinner with Program 9 30 p m Post Gala Reception Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort 15347 NE Suquamish Way Suquamish WA 98392 Lodging Exquisite guest rooms await you at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort Potlatch Fund has a limited number of rooms reserved for the 2016 Fundraising Gala Our preferred room rates are 129 per night for a water view plus applicable taxes

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    and Bilingual Education from SKC In 2001 he graduated with a Bachelor s of Science Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Montana Western and in 2010 he graduated from Gonzaga University with a Master s Degree in Business Administration His work activities include a small business selling Native American drums online Tachini Drums www tachinidrums com teaching curriculum development and most notable in 2002 Tachini was the lead co founder and served as executive director of the non profit organization Nkwusm Salish Language Revitalization Institute until December 2011 His major accomplishments include publication of the first modern Salish language translation dictionary in 1998 followed up with a more comprehensive 816 page second edition Medicine for the Salish Language SKC Press with thousands of entries published in 2010 Tachini is devoted to strengthening community and empowering youth through the wisdom of indigenous languages His forte is second language acquisition language revitalization and small business development Maria Griffin Spokane Program Coordinator maria at potlatchfund dot org Maria recognizes that each tribal community whether rural or urban has its own culture and approach to its programs She believes that a community with strong cultural ties and traditions with a long range community vision are the keys to a successful journey towards a sustained healthy community Maria Griffin holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry both with the emphasis of Biotechnology and a Master of Arts in English with an emphasis in Rhetoric Composition and Technical Communication from Eastern Washington University In her professional life of over 25 years Maria has been a project manager technical assistance specialist trainer technical writer and team leader She focuses her organizational and management skills in the areas of community and economic development in urban and rural Native American communities Maria has provided training and technical assistance to over 200 native communities in project planning and development grant application writing and identification of target audience entrepreneurial development community outreach through social media cultural competency internet research foundation funding building partnerships program budget and activity analysis and strategic planning for grant completion and program sustainability Maria lives in Spokane WA with her husband Ken and their cat Aurora Mary Kummer Makah Office Manager mary at potlatchfund dot org Mary is witness to the success and collaborative atmosphere between Native urban reservation and rural perspectives that demonstrate sustainability by positioning ourselves for opportunities inviting people and forming relationships that create workable strategies that influence change Mary is the Office Manager at Potlatch Fund She has explored a creative mix of work experience and leveraged the teachings from her more than two decades of work with Tribal federal and private entities that has taught her the importance of relationships as strategic and truly supportive workplaces No matter where Native people live on or off reservation whether a federally or non federally recognized individual we talk and address change through adaptation transformation and resilience She additionally benefited from her own experience as a mother which has an added

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    Umatilla Antone serves on the boards of the Northwest Area Foundation and the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation He has been actively involved in salmon issues and watershed restoration and is a nationally recognized leader on economic development and tribal sovereignty issues in Indian Country Art R Ribail CPA Treasurer Art is the Owner of Ribail Advisory Services and has over 30 years of experience assisting Tribes and Tribally affiliated organizations in reaching their financial and economic goals He has provided services to Tribal clients in the areas of accounting and auditing financial and administrative system development internal control system review and evaluation and strategic planning financial forecasting budgeting and managerial resource planning Art also provides technical assistance in government to government relations including federal contracting issues fiscal management and indirect cost negotiations as well as negotiations and analyses in support of the Trust Fund resolution through participation with the Intertribal Monitoring Association on Indian Trust Funds Art is a member of The Washington Society of CPAs and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and provides technical assistance to the Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians and the National Congress of American Indians Art also provides training services on managerial and financial issues that impact Indian Tribes Susan Balbas Compliance Officer Cherokee Yaqui Susan Balbas is the co founder and Executive Director of Na ah Illahee Fund a Native led nonprofit organization advancing sustainable Indigenous cultures through innovative programming grantmaking and events production in the Pacific Northwest As a consultant Susan has provided technical assistance including development fundraising marketing strategic planning and event production to tribes artists and nonprofit organizations throughout the country She was recently a technical assistance specialist in strategic planning program design evaluation sustainability marketing communications for tribal youth programs for Education Development Center Inc an international nonprofit organization based out of Boston Susan holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and a Master of Science in Teaching Education and Native American History She has held several corporate management positions as well as Chief Development Officer at United Indians of All Tribes Foundation in Seattle Development and Donor Education Coordinator at Changemakers Foundation in San Francisco Executive Director at the Native American Youth and Family Center in Portland and Outreach Director at Western Water Alliance in Seattle Susan is active within the philanthropic sector and has served on boards and committees locally nationally and internationally Bill Weems Coeur d Alene Schitsu umsh Tribe Bill is active in Native American philanthropy and currently resides in Plummer on the Coeur d Alene Indian Reservation in Idaho He has extensive training in grant writing and is the Founder and President of Pathways Community Development Corporation a 501 c 3 that consults and provides services to reservation communities in revitalization economic and community development Bill is currently completing his education at the University of Idaho working toward a Bachelor s Degree in Organizational Science with an emphasis in non profit management He expects to graduate in December

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    Gemmell Bruce The Patricia Whitefoot Education Award Marlene Spencer Simla The Fran James Cultural Preservation Award Delbert Miller 2009 Awardees The Antone Minthorn Economic Community Development Award Bill Tovey The Pearl Capoeman Baller Civic Participation Award Native Vote Washington The Billy Frank Jr Natural Resource Protection Award Roy Sampsel The Patricia Whitefoot Education Award Michael Pavel Ph D The Fran James Cultural Preservation Award Cheryle Kennedy 2008 Awardees The Antone Minthorn Economic Community Development Award Donald B Ivy The Pearl Capoeman Baller Civic Participation Award Jenine Grey The Billy Frank Jr Natural Resource Protection Award Elouise Cobell The Patricia Whitefoot Education Award Denny Hurtado The Fran James Cultural Preservation Award Charlene Krise 2007 Awardees The Antone Minthorn Economic Community Development Award John Halliday The Pearl Capoeman Baller Civic Participation Award Claudia Kauffman The Billy Frank Jr Natural Resource Protection Award Bob Kelly The Patricia Whitefoot Education Award Ryan Wilson The Fran James Cultural Preservation Award Janeen Comenote 2006 Awardees The Antone Minthorn Economic Community Development Award Valerie Fast Horse The Pearl Capoeman Baller Civic Participation Award Nichole Maher The Billy Frank Jr Natural Resource Protection Award Micah McCarty The Patricia Whitefoot Education Award Tina Begay The Fran James Cultural Preservation Award Jewell James 2005 Emerging Leadership Awards Potlatch Fund launches our Leadership Honor Awards by recognizing five outstanding leaders in our five areas of interest economic development civic participation natural resource protection education and cultural preservation The Leadership Honor Awards will be named for the five inaugural honorees and annually hereafter bestowed on accomplished emerging leaders We recognize and congratulate the following nationally recognized leaders for their achievements and for serving as role models to emerging leaders Economic Community Development We honor Antone Minthorn a Cayuse tribal member for his leadership in economic development as chairman of the board of trustees of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and in his previous position as chair of the Tribes general council Antone has played an influential leadership role in the establishment of a strong Reservation economy that also benefits the city of Pendleton Umatilla County and the surrounding region including restoration of water and salmon to the Umatilla River after an absence of 70 years adoption of a major salmon policy to stop salmon extinction in the Columbia River Basin and reacquisition of the Tribes land Civic Participation We honor Pearl Capoeman Baller a Quinault tribal member for her leadership in civic participation as the president of the Quinault Indian Nation chairwoman of the Quinault Business Committee and executive director of the Nation s Administrative Unit We congratulate Pearl on her leadership beginning at the age of 19 years when she was first elected to the tribal council and thereafter serving as tribal secretary vice president and since 1993 president We recognize Pearl for her civic participation in the Washington State Tribal Leaders Association National Congress of American Indians Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians National Indian Health Board National Tribal Development Association and the Elks Club Natural Resource Protection

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    Tribal Chairman of the Suquamish Tribe talks with long time Potlach Fund supporter Alan Rabinowitz 2014 Philanthropist Award Alice Ito 2013 Philanthropist Award Nisqually Indian Tribe 2012 Philanthropist Award The Paul G Allen Family Foundation 2011 Philanthropist Awards First Nations Development Institute Marguerite Casey Foundation Patricia Baillargeon Snoqualmie Indian Tribe 2010 Philanthropist Awards Northwest Area Foundation The Siletz Charitable Contribution Program Ty Cramer and Steve Romein 2009 Philanthropist Awards Chad

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    1 200 Oliver Canoe Club 1 Kingston WA 1 270 Port Gamble S Klallam Foundation 3 Kingston WA 1 270 Quileute Tribe 3 La Push WA 1 270 Sacred Water 1 Suquamish WA 1 270 Salish Sea People Canoe Family 1 Suquamish WA 1 200 Samish Canoe Family 1 Anacortes WA 1 270 Snoqualmie Tribe 3 Snoqualmie WA 1 330 Ta alunauW Canoe Society 4 Toholah WA 1 330 Tohoma Indian Center 4 Tacoma WA 1 200 The Tulalip Tribes 4 Tulalip WA 1 095 2011 Grants 2011 Report Back To Funders of canoes Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Host Tribe Swinomish WA 5 000 B R I D G E 1 Lakebay WA 1 500 Blue Heron Canoe 2 Kent WA 1 500 Chinook Indian Nation 4 Bay Center WA 1 500 Coquille Tribe 1 North Bend OR 1 500 Cowlitz Indian Tribe 1 Longview WA 1 500 Grand Ronde Canoe Family 1 Grand Ronde OR 1 500 Ha y Tilixam Canoe Society 1 Pendleton OR 1 500 Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe 3 Port Angeles WA 1 500 Lummi C E D A R Project 1 Bellingham WA 1 500 Makah Canoe Society 1 Neah Bay WA 1 500 N Chi Wana Pum Canoe Family 1 Warm Springs OR 1 500 Ohileqw sen Healing Center 1 Bellingham WA 1 500 Oliver Canoe Club 1 Kingston WA 1 500 One People Alaska Canoe Society 1 Juno AK 1 500 Port Gamble S Klallam Foundation 3 Kingston WA 1 500 Sacred Water Canoe Family 1 Suquamish WA 1 500 Snoqualmie Tribe 4 Snoqualmie WA 1 500 Squaxin Canoe Family 1 Shelton WA 1 500 West Shore Canoe Family 1 Ferndale WA 1 500 Canoe Nations Support Consortium Seattle WA 5 000 2010 Grants 2010 Report Back To Funders of canoes The Makah Tribe Host Tribe Neah Bay WA 5 000 Snoqualmie Tribe 4 Snoqualmie WA 3 000 Port Gamble S Klallam Foundation 1 Kingston WA 2 000 Nooksack Indian Tribe 2 Deming WA 2 000 Ha y Tilixam Canoe Society 2 Pendleton OR 2 000 Chinook Indian Nation 3 Bay Center WA 2 000 Chehalis Tribe Canoe Family 1 Oakville WA 2 000 B R I D G E 1 Lakebay WA 1 500 Blue Heron Canoe 2 Kent WA 1 500 Cowlitz Indian Tribe 2 Longview WA 1500 Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe 3 Port Angeles WA 1500 Smith Canoe Family 1 Kingston WA 1500 Squaxin Canoe Family 2 Shelton WA 1500 Squwkeek Canoe Family 1 Shelton WA 1 500 The Tulalip Tribes 4 Tulalip WA 1 500 West Shore Canoe Family 1 Bellingham WA 1 500 Ohileqw sen Healing Center 1 Bellingham WA 1 000 Oliver Canoe Club 1 Kingston WA 1 000 Grand Ronde Canoe Family 1 Grand Ronde OR 1 000 2009 Grants 2009 Report Back To Funders of canoes The Suquamish Tribe Host Tribe Suquamish WA 4 000 Chinook Indian Nation 3 Bay Center WA 2 500 Makah Canoe Society 2 Neah Bay WA 2 500 Lee Choe

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    process because it enables us to learn from each grantee and in turn share the results for the benefit of Native communities at large In order to better assess the implementation of all of our grantee programs as well as to further our understanding Potlatch Fund would like you to utilize these report formats when submitting a final report Please complete the report template as thoroughly as possible Final Report due dates are specified in your Grant Award letter Should you anticipate difficulty in getting a report submitted by the indicated deadline please contact the Potlatch Fund Office Manager directly to discuss the matter In most cases an extension can be granted When possible please do so before the report is actually due Please click on the appropriate link below If you have any questions contact the Potlatch Fund Office Manager at 206 624 6076 ext 10 or at grants at potlatchfund dot org Thank you InterTribal Canoe Journey 2014 Final Report MS Word Format 2013 Final Report MS Word Format Community Building 2015 Final Report SurveyMonkey Preview the Report which must be completed in one sitting 2014 Fall Final Report MS Word Format 2014 Spring Final Report MS Word

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    American as defined above Organizations that have previously received a Potlatch Fund grant may only apply to this grant cycle if they have completed all past reporting obligations Native led organizations applying for funding must meet the following criteria Be a federally recognized American Indian Tribal government agency Be a nonprofit with 501 c 3 or 501 c 4 status in good standing as determined by the Internal Revenue Service or Be a group that is fiscally sponsored by a federally recognized American Indian Tribe or a Native led nonprofit with 501 c 3 or 501 c 4 status in good standing as determined by the Internal Revenue Service The organization must serve Northwest Natives The organization must be located in Washington Oregon Idaho or Montana The organization s mission must be aligned with the mission of Potlatch Fund Organizations may only receive funding for one Potlatch Fund grant per calendar year Note Applications from different departments within a Tribe will be reviewed as separate organizations Proposal Solicitation and Review Process Potlatch Fund is issuing this request for proposal RFP through an open competitive process and will be solely responsible for making grant award decisions Applicants are expected to identify other funding sources as Potlatch Fund will not provide 100 support of the project costs Timeline Dates Actions January 12 2016 Release of 2016 Healthy Pathways for Native Youth RFP January 27 2016 Informational session for prospective applicants via teleconference 10 30 a m 12 00 p m Pacific time RSVP Dial in Number 1 866 398 2885 Passcode 861605 February 10 2016 Informational session for prospective applicants via teleconference 10 30 a m 12 00 p m Pacific time RSVP Dial in Number 1 866 398 2885 Passcode 861605 February 17 2016 Proposals due or postmarked by 11 59

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