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SACAJAWEA TEAM RECAP 8-20-14 LMS

The 2014 Summer season is winding down at Salmon’s Sacajawea Center according to a report from the city’s Sacajawea Center Team.

In his report to the August 20 meeting of the Salmon City Council, Sacajawea Center Team Chairman Fred Waidely said the Kids Garden and Strong Kids programs have been very successful this year and that the 1805 Experience Program is in progress He said the Elfun Volunteer Road Scholars are slated to start their volunteer work late this month which will include several projects

Waidely said a new basement door has been installed and brings the lower level entry of the Learning Center into Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. He also said that Center Director Lin Gray told the team Brad Williams has been hired for the rest of the season to do grounds maintenance and general labor.

Grey has requested that the City Council schedule a work session in September to discuss the center’s mission and goals for 2015.

During the council’s Roundtable Discussion Waidely called this year’s Heritage Days Celebration very successful and complimented Grey’s direction of an event she had never before seen. He said the Dutch oven cook off looked as if it went well, there were Native American dancers, many special activities and that overall attendance was good. Waidely said, “She did a fantastic job. Well done Lin.”

The next meeting of the Sacajawea Team will be Wednesday September 10at 4:15PM in the Learning Center.


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