Childrens Documents

Canoe Journey Participants Traveling With Minors (anyone under age 18)

For those traveling with minors, if you are the custodial parent you only need the birth certificate or tribal ID card. If you are not the custodial parent (other relative/friend), you must have a signed, notarized statement from the custodial parent giving temporary custody for the designated period away with permission to provide medical treatment. The permission to provide medical treatment is VERY IMPORTANT.

This important information was posted as a comment to one of the pages on this site, but it rates better exposure for the readers, and all Tribal Journey participants. The info has also been added to the BORDER CROSSING page as well as the Ferry Info page.  

Thank you Linda for providing this information

CANOE MEETING, SUQUAMISH, June 27, 2009

INTERTRIBAL CANOE JOURNEY MEETING, Dinner and Coastal Gathering, Saturday June 27, 2009

Hosted by Suquamish Tribe

At House of Awakened Culture

7235 Parkway, Suquamish, WA 98392

(Camping is available)

More Info: Tina Jackson, 2009 Tribal Journeys Coordinator

Email: tjackson@suquamish.nsn.us

 

SCHEDULE of EVENTS

12:30 PM Lunch

1:00 PM Intertribal Canoe Journey Meeting

3:00 PM Shuttle Tour of Parking and Camping site

5:00 PM Dinner followed by Coastal Gathering / Drumming, Singing, Dancing

Suquamish official Journey 2009 Paddle to Suquamish website… CLICK HERE.

 

Child watches canoe landing

Child watches canoe landing

 

For Tribal Journey 2009 Canoe Schedules, and More… CLICK HERE.

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