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BIA Financial Literacy Classes Offered to Natives Oakville’s Independence
Day Parade and Celebration
When a warm huckleberry pie comes out of the oven very few people do not OST
want a piece. Everybody wants to eat some of the pie. Think of the pie as the Financial “Dream in Red, White & Blue
United States economy. Some folks enjoy upscale living so much they try to eat Education
your tribal members’ share of the pie. In order to help your tribal member receive Saturday, July 4th
their fair share of the pie, the Office of Special Trustee for American Indians The Office 11:00 AM Parade
(OST) has created financial literacy training classes for tribal members. the Special
Trustee (OST) Festivities to follow
Financial literacy training my consist of many hours of training or as little as for American Last Horse Back re-enactment Rodeo Grounds
one hour. Subject which may be taught include budgeting, investing, banking,
handling money, why we save, responsible use of credit, retirement planing and Indians Junior Rodeo
goal setting. The Bruce Maier Band

Most classes are targeted at specific age groups. For example graduating high Beer garden
school seniors are generally provided training topics which differ from those Kids’ activities
provided to elders. Food, craft, art, informational vendors
Fun for the whole family!
For more information contact OST Main Interior Building at 202-208-3100 or Parade participation and vendor forms
Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836 or go to At Umpqua Bank Oakville or
Oakville Chamber Facebook or
Please have all forms completed by 06/26/15
1. To help prevent learning disabilities 5. To help prevent hearing loss
2. To help prevent behavior issues 6. To help prevent brain damage PO Box 331
3. To help prevent diminished motor skills 7. To help prevent memory loss Oakville, WA 98568
4. To help prevent lower intelligence 8. To help prevent headaches Or drop off at Oakville Umpqua Bank
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Pioneer Square Vendors and Educational Booths:
Downtown Portland For more information, please contact:
September 25
12:00 - 7:00 PM Candice Jimenez at 503-416-3264
This event is FREE and open to the public. A Drug
Free, Alcohol Free, Commerical Tobacco Free,
and Violence Free event. Sale of sacred items is
forbidden. The committee is not responsible for lost
or stolen items or any travel/parking cost.

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