32ND ANNUAL CENTENNIAL ACCORD MEETING


32nd Annual Centennial Accord Meeting 
October 26 & 27th, 2021
Hosted by the Squaxin Island Tribe
Little Creek Casino Resort Skookum Creek Event Center
91 West State Route 108
Shelton, WA 98584


The Executive Work Session on Natural Resources and the 32nd Annual Centennial Accord Meeting will be limited to 2 in-person representatives per tribe due to reduced capacity and public health safety protocols.
State Agencies - please register virtually and we will notify you if in-person attendance is recommended.
It’s also recommended that each in-person attendee be vaccinatedOnline Registration for Executive Work Session on Natural Resources and 32nd Annual Centennial Accord Meeting 

Hotel Reservations:
Call (800) 667-7711, please reference “32nd Annual Centennial Accord Meeting” to receive the group rate.
Book on the website using block code 102621CENT -  Little Creek Casino Resort - Search Rooms


Pre-Meetings: Tuesday, October 26, 2021 (Other Pre-Meetings may be added to the schedule)

9am – 12pm 
Governor’s Indian Health Advisory Council (GIHAC) (Remote Option Only) – HCA Lead
Registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcocu-pqjotH9PzGXm4RvnYG30BF_3ZaRgP
GIHAC Agenda

1pm – 4pm 
Tribal Leaders Social Services Council (TLSSC) (Remote Option Only) – IPAC& DSHS Lead
https://dshs-wa.zoom.us/j/86751806971?pwd=YlllQ25UK0swT01YUjBrcE5QaVJYZz0
TLSSC Agenda

2pm - 4pm Executive Work Session on Natural Resources (2 In-person representatives per tribe)
Hybrid Meeting – In-Person and Webinar Option TBD
Little Creek Casino Resort Skookum Creek Event Center


32nd Annual Centennial Accord Meeting
Little Creek Casino Resort Skookum Creek Event Center
Wednesday, October 27th
9am - 2pm


DRAFT AGENDA

  • Opening Protocol
  • Tribal Leadership & Governor Remarks
  • Leadership Roundtable: Priorities & Actions Items
  • Work Session & Agency Updates
  • Next Steps & Follow-Up
  • Closing Remarks


Meeting Documents: 



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