Monday, November 5th 2012


This Weeks Birthdays:

Tom Pulsfier Jr.
Brandie Sweitzer

Mona Allen
Darrel Smith
Bo Tinaza
Paul Wingfield
Russell Cagey

Perry Carrington
Jonathan Dominquez
Denny Hurtado
Denise Miller

Delveda Kenyon

Mark Kremen
Lyle Wilbur

Alfred RC Smith

Tahnee Miller

Jasmine Johnson


Employment opportunities with the Skokomish Tribe (Click Here)

Last Chance for Potlatch Plant Hook Ups

An interview from KMAS with Lennea Magnus (Click Here)

OBJH Families!

Every Tuesday your student should bring home a progress report to be signed by you. They get this report in their Advisory class, so please ask them about it. Bringing a signed report back is part of their Advisory grade.

WWIETP positions may be available

Please contact Winona Plant personnel manager at 360-426-4232x2009

Looking for high school student to work after school part time must be income eligible, enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe, must be dependable.

For more information  contact Winona Plant personnel manager at 360-426-4232x2009

WWIETP salary $9.04 hourly. 


The 3rd annual holiday bazaar will be held November 10th at the Hamma Hamma fire hall, N. 34571 HWY 101 at mile marker 322.

We are now accepting vendor table rentals, the rent will be $25.00 per table. Please call 360-877-6714 for your reservations.

The Auxiliary will be serving lunch of 2 smoked chicken sliders, chips & drink or smoked chicken rice soup, roll & drink for $5.00. There will be a bake sale, district T-shirts and Olympic Mountain ice cream available.

There will be a nice verity of items for sale so come have lunch, dessert and shop, shop, shop.

Fact of the Day: Physicists now believe the universe to be three billion years younger than previously thought. New information gathered by the Hipparcos satellite, combined with a reanalysis of other distance data, has enabled researchers to refine the lower age limit of the universe to 9.6 billion years.

Fact or Crap: Sworn in as a bachelor, Grover Cleveland was the only US President to marry while holding office.
Fact or Crap? See answer below.


Daily Trivia: What is honey? How do honey bees make honey? See answer below ...

Quote of the Day:"By touching you may kill, by keeping away you may possess."
- Rabindranath Tagore

Fact or Crap Answer: Fact! Cleveland wed his 21 year old bride in 1886

On this day in History: November 5, 1911 The first American transcontinental airplane flight was begun. Calbraith P. Rogers flew from Sheepshead Bay, New York to Pasadena, California. It took Rogers 49 days to make the trip; 24 days were lost due to bad weather and mechanical difficulties.

Trivia Answer: Honey is a sweet, thick sugary solution made by bees. The composition of honey consists of varying proportions of fructose, glucose, water, oil and special enzymes produced by bees. (Glucose and fructose are types of suger)

The first step in making honey begins when field bees fly from flower to flower collecting the sweet juices or nectar that a flower provides. With their tongues, the field bees suck out the nectar and store it in sacs within their bodies. After filling their sacs with these sweet juices, the field bees fly back to their bee hive and regurgitate the stored nectar into the mouths of house bees.

These house bees are assigned the job of adding enzymes from their bodies to the nectar. The enzymes cause the water in the nectar to evaporate-thereby turning the nectar into honey. Lastly, the nectar is stored in a cell of a honeycomb. Overtime, the nectar ripens and becomes honey.

The buzz on honey...

  • Honey is one of the easiest foods to digest.
  • Honey is used in many cough syrups because its smooth, thick texture soothes throats.
  • As a result of honey's unique ability to readily absorb air, it is often used as a moistening agent in baking.
  • Honey comes in all types of colors and flavors. The color and flavor of honey depends on the how old the honey is and the kind of flower that the nectar was extracted from.



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