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 Not sure how to get started?  Don’t be shy   We are here to help!        Lori Webb   Support Enforcement Offcer,  Tribal Liaison       Department of Social & An attorney from the Northwest Justice Project will be coming     Health Services to the South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency’s (SPIPA)      Division of Child Support Squaxin Island Offce the third Friday of each month to   provide legal consultations to eligible tribal members on civil   Olympia Field Offce legal matters (not criminal). Legal issues include (among    Second Wednesday other things): Consumer - payday loads, debt collection,    repossessions, Driver license reinstatement; Education -     of Every Month 360-664-6924 suspensions, expulsions, special education; Employment issues;  Family Law - child custody, child support; Health Care and    1:00 to 3:00 PM Child Support Enforcement Welfare Benefts; Housing evictions, foreclosures; Indian Wills  and Estate Planning. 30 Niederman Road  Every Third Friday Division of Child Support Oakville, WA 98568    10:00 AM to 3:00 PM  SPIPA’s Squaxin Island Offce Have questions? Need help with paperwork? Public Safety Building   Conference Room  3104 Se Old Olympic Hwy. Mark you Calendar for the second Wednesday of   every month. We will have a state representative Second Wednesday of Please make sure to bring all the paperwork related to your legal problem. No RSVP required. from Support Enforcement here to help! She will every month  For more information please call Janel Riley at be available to answer questions and assist with  888-201-1012 EXT. 631 any paperwork you might have. No appointment 1:00 - 3:00 PM   needed. Just show up between 1:00-3:00 PM. No More Driving Dirty - The Daily Life of an Unlicensed Driver Hazel Pete Institute of “To eat, to breathe, you need to have a driver’s license.” Chehalis Basketry Almost 300,000 drivers in the State of Washington are currently suspended for unpaid traffc tickets, of those 300,000 all but 15,000 are eligible to 137 Anderson Road, Oakville, WA 98568 reinstate their licenses. In fact all they need to do is pay their unpaid traffc tickets. Sounds easy right? Presents: Basketry Workshop Unfortunately it isn’t as easy as it sounds, and the options are limited. In “Weavers Teaching Weavers” fact, so limited that most people give up hope of ever seeing their license again. The tickets and court fnes snowball until it is so out of control that it even has its own term, “The Snowball Effect.” Friday and Saturday May 9, and 10, 2014, We can help you get your license back immediately without all the hassle, stress, and worry, we have found that most drivers have, causing them to 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, both days give up hope. We handle 100’s of licenses a month all around the state at the Great Wolf Lodge and work with the Department of Licensing and the collection agencies to make sure we take care of everything that is affecting your life, not just the Registration $125 immediate issues. Friday: Tribal Youth Day, registration $75 Please call us and we can get you back on the road legally. Contact No For more information contact More Drivn Dirty at 360-328-3331 Page 6   
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