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Teens get pointers on getting hired One hundred and sixty high school students attended three Summer Career Developm ent P rogram workshops in St Ignatius, Ronan and Poison, early last month. Th e students filled out applications and worksheets on attitude, interviews and getting h ired T w o speakers attending these workshops w e r e Steve Lozar, head o f the Tribes’ summer programs, and Tom Gillespie from S t Luke’s Community Hospital in Ronan. Both spoke to the students about job opportunities and salary prospects. by Lisa McDonald & SYEP 8tqff Attendance at the workshops w a s m andatory fo r place ment in o n e o f 57 job openings available with SYEP this year. Rosem a ry Fiorentino, T ribal Manpower, facilitated the three one-day seminars. Her assistants w e r e W e s Knutson and Doug M arengo, SYEP supervisors. Th e program wishes to thank the ‘pow e rs that b e ’ for the use o f these facilities: the S t Ignatius Community Center, Salish Kootenai College’s Ronan classroom s, and the P o ison school district Summertime means parades. . . Much-admired float invited everyone to attend the Arlee pow wow. Columbus Bour don is driving. Wife Frances and granddaughter Delphine sit o n the hood, while Marvin and Doreen Bourdon keep company with Nich'e Caye, Jolene Durgeloh, and Louie Bigcrane. The parade was down Poison's main street, in honor the the next day's divisional boat competition. • • • and hydroplane races R u s s King pilots “Watermoccasin\ a 280-class hydroplane (once belonging to the late Denny DeMers) at last month's divisional b oat races. A shy source tells us that Gene Bird, who now owns the boat, graciously let King use the rig because K ing's boat, \In ju n R ig \ was out o f com mission. July If 1982 PageB