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PRSRT STD ©Copyright 2012 FirstName LastName US POSTAGE PAID CHEHALIS TRIBAL NEWSLETTER Street Address is a publication of the Confederated Tribes OAKVILLE WA of the Chehalis Reservation. City, ST Zip PERMIT No. 2 A Huge Thank You to Quick Thinking $5,000 Grant for Native American Artists Heros Who Helped Avert a Disaster There is a grant opportunity for Native American artists interested into A Big Huge Thank You!!! To Ed Olney and Joseph Wittwer for their brave expanding their talent into a small business through the Artist in Business and swift actions on July 4th . They pulled a burning barbeque grill away Leadership program through the First Peoples Fund. The maximum from Janice Latch’s house and put the fre out. available is $5,000. Tribal member artists with experience in marketing their art and wholesale experience can apply. Somehow, the grill caught on fre and Ed ran over from next door to pull the grill away from the house, even though the propane tank was on fre. Joseph was at another house and noticed what was happening and he ran over with For more information and to download an application visit: sand to help put the fre out. Applications are due September 1 , 2012. st We are so thankful for these two quick- thinking heroes. They may have saved so much thru their bravery. th From Sheila Bray, Janice Latch & Family 6 Annual Chehalis Tribal Enterprise Chehalis Canoe Family Journey Correction from 2012 June Newsletter issue: For more 2012 Paddle to Squaxin information about job listing or an application, please contact Anna Come join the Chehalis Canoe Family along our journey. This is the Hartman, Human Resources Coordinator at 360-273-1251 EXT. 112; Email: schedule for the Chehalis Canoe Family. Feel free to join in anywhere or William Secena, HR Assistant EXT. 105 or along the canoe journey, learning to share with the canoe families, email: and travel with “One Heart, One Mind” through the Puget Sound Chehalis Tribal Newsletter waterways. Community support is greatly appreciated as we practice our culture with the Elders, youth, and other canoe families. The Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis This is a Drug/Alcohol, and Violence Free Journey! Reservation... Everyone is welcome! “People of the Sands” Articles and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily the opinions Itinerary of this publication or the Chehalis Tribal Business Committee. Blessing of Canoe tuulap tit wiA (Tu-lap ti weah) The Chehalis Tribal Newsletter encourages tribal members at Sylvia Cayenne’s – Saturday, July 21 at 8:00 AM to submit letters, articles, photographs, and drawings to be considered for publication. These are subject to editing. Travel to Suquamish Contributing writers, artists, and photographers include Chehalis tribal community members and staff. The Journey on the Water Begins Submission deadline: 6th of each month Suquamish – Sunday, July 22-23 (2-day layover) Printed monthly Muckleshoot – Tuesday, July 23-24 (2-day layover) Tribal Center (360) 273-5911 Puyallup – Friday, July 25 (2-day layover) Business Committee Nisqually – Thursday, 7/26-27 420 Howanut Road David Burnett, Chairman Squaxin Island Soft Landing (Burrfoote Park) – Saturday, July 28 Oakville, WA 98568 Don Secena, Vice Chairman Final Landing at Port of Olympia. – Sunday, July 29 (360) 709-1726 (office) Stephanie Pickernell, Treasurer (360) 273-5914 (fax) Cheryle Starr, Secretary For more information regarding the journey see Dan Gleason, Sr., 5th Council Member Chehalis Tribe’s Vision Statement Potlatch Protocol - July 30-August 5 To be a thriving, self-suffcient, Chehalis Tribal Newsletter Squaxin Island Reservation sovereign people. Honoring our past Staff: and serving current Fred Shortman, Communications For more information please contact Sylvia Cayenne at 360-888-6638. and future generations Coordinator Updates can be found on face book. Page 12   
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