Important LEKT Native Network Internet Update

Dear Native Network customer – In response to the pandemic, the Tribe has been able to provide free Internet service since January 2021 to your location on the Reservation. At the end of this year, the funding for this service will run out; therefore, a new program could still allow you to receive free or reduced-priced Internet. Our tribal telecom partner, Native Network, will continue to offer the existing internet service at your location for a monthly fee of $69.95 … AND could be entirely paid for or dramatically reduced by a national Internet program called the Affordable Connectivity Program …READ MORE

2023 Thanksgiving Food Boxes

Provided by USDA local food purchase assistance cooperative LEKT household Thanksgiving food boxes (turkeys, squash, onions, carrots, apples, potatoes, seafood), and member $100 checks will be available for pick up by drive through at the LEKT food bank located at 22 Spokwes Dr. Friday 11/17 from 10-6, Sat 11/18 from 10-3. Please follow the cones to drive around the facility to pick up. Out of town checks have been mailed. You must have written a note to have someone else pick up your items. One per box per household. No early pickups. Checks that are not picked by Sat at …READ MORE

LEKT Endorsements for Nov 7, 2023 Elections

COUNTY County Commissioner District. NO. 1 Mark Ozias (Prefers Democratic Party) PORT OF PORT ANGELES Commissioner District No. 3 Connie Beauvais HOSPITAL DISTRICT 2 Commissioner Dist. No. 2 Pos. No. 1 John B. Nutter Commissioner Dist. No. 3 Pos. No. 2 Philip Giuntoli CRESCENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 313 Director Position No. 3 Deanndra Cowden Director Position No. 4 Susan Hopper Director Position No. 5 Bryan Murphie FIRE DISTRICT 2 Commissioner Position No. 1 Dan Huff CITY OF PORT ANGELES Council Position 5 Amy Miller Council Position 6 Navarra Carr Council Position 7 Benda Meyer PORT ANGELES SCHOOL DISTRICT 121 Director Position …READ MORE

Elwha Planting Day

Join us to help celebrate Orca Recovery Week with Clallam Conservation District. LEKT Natural Resources will be helping to host some of the events, including Forever Streamfest (October 14th), a webinar about Indian Creek Restoration (October 25th), a planting day on the former Lake Aldwell Reservoir (November 4th) and more! Visit to learn more – registration required for some events. 

DV Awareness Walk

DV AWARENESS WALK ‘No One Walks Alone’ ʔáwənə húʔiʔs ʔəɬ šə́təŋ̕ OCTOBER 18, 2023 @ 4:00 Meet at the Tribal Center and walk to the Casino (If it is raining this event will be held in the GYM) Food and Drinks will be provided Please contact Beatriz @ 360-460-1745 or Or Rachel @ 360-912-1401 or October DV Awareness – No One Walks Alone Flyer 10-18-2023 (PDF)

“Parents in the Know” Prevention Class

10 days, 1.5 hours each day of the class 10 sessions When:  October 17—Dec 19, 2023 Every Tuesday Time: 11:00 am -12:30 pm Where: Social Services Conf Rm Who should attend:  Parents, caretakers, providers, and any adults. Materials will be provided !!! If you are interested, contact Beatriz at: Lower Elwha Family Advocacy Program Address: 3080 Lower Elwha Rd, Port Angeles, WA  98363 Office Tel: 360.565.7257 ext. 7453; Hotline: Cel 360-460-1745 or 360-775-9346 Email: “Parents in the know” was a pilot project of  the Lower Elwha Family Advocacy  Program in 2016  through the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy grant.  …READ MORE

Elwha River Coho – Ceremonial & Subsistence Fishery!

Thanks to the vision of our tribal elders and ancestors, the support of our project partners, and the efforts of the tribal hatchery and fisheries habitat staff, coho salmon are in the midst of a strong recovery. The fishing moratorium on the Elwha River has helped native salmon and steelhead to begin to repopulate habitats unavailable for over 100 years. While the “full” recovery of this system and its salmon and steelhead populations is expected to require over 20 years, we are seeing very positive signals of recovery with steelhead, Chinook, coho salmon, and pink salmon. A large portion of …READ MORE

Drum Group and Community Class Schedule

================================= sx̣ʷúpč –October 10/3/23            Rattle Carving     10 am-7 pm 10/10/23          Drum Group        5 pm-7 pm 10/17/23          Rattle Carving    10 am-7 pm 10/22/23          Rattle Carving    10 am– 2 pm  *nəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕ Song and Dance practice will be hosted by Port Gamble, a notice will be posted on Camp Crier for the date and time. čən̕háʔnəŋ   -November 11/3/23            Coastal Jam at University of Washington                       …READ MORE

LEKT Halloween Celebration Volunteer Sign-up

It takes all of us to pull together to create these wonderful events for all! Requested help is day prior and day of the event as follows: 10/26 Set up starting at 1pm 10/27 Pumpkin Designing & cleanup 230-5pm Event & cleanup 5-9pm Haunted House & cleanup 8-9:30pm There will be limited addition incentives for volunteers. The incentive will be based on how much volunteer time is put in. All volunteers will adhere to LEKT Volunteer Policy. As part of the volunteer process stop by our HR department, located in the east side of the Tribal Center, to fill out …READ MORE