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NAMAPAHH First People’s Radio Feb 8th, 2009 5-7PM PST Topics: Bald Eagle dies in Skagit County Reporter Amylynn Richards will be our guest, along with Swinomish Tribal Chairman Brian Cladoosby (pre-recorded statement), and Wolf Hollow Rehabilitation Center spokesperson (tentative) to talk about a recent incident that happened on the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community shores, involving a injured Bald Eagle. Following this local news from Swinomish, will be an update from Tulalip Tribes, about the Circle of Hope~Circle of giving South Dakota Outreach project, with a pre-recorded interview with Frieda Williams- Community Relations. Topic One Guests: Amylynn Richards is a journalist for the La Conner Weekly news. She ministers with her husband to Swinomish Children at La Conner Neighborhood Church, and is of Ossopee descent. Brian Cladoosby is the Chairman of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. To learn more about Swinomish: http://www.swinomish.org/about/history/swin_experience/index.html Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a non-profit organization located on San Juan Island. We receive animals for care from all of San Juan and Skagit Counties, and sometimes from futher afield too. Wolf Hollow was established in 1983, so is now in its 26th year of operation.Our Mission - Promoting the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, public education and non-invasive research. To learn more about Wolf Hollow: www.wolfhollowwildlife.org Topic Two Guests: Circle of Hope~Circle of Giving Update: South Dakota Bound http://www.picturetrail.com/flicks/6598595/preview Pre-recorded interview with Frieda Williams -Tulalip Tribes Community Relation’s, who is one of the lead outreach coordinators with the South Dakota Outreach efforts for Pine Ridge & Rosebud Reservations. She was interviewed on site, within feet of a collections pod, rented by Tulalip TERO. Tulalip Lions Club & the Tulalip Boys &

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