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P. 12 FirstName LastName PRSRT STD ©Copyright 2012 Street Address US POSTAGE PAID CHEHALIS TRIBAL NEWSLETTER is a publication of the Confederated Tribes City, ST Zip OAKVILLE WA of the Chehalis Reservation. PERMIT No. 2 Indian Wills and Estate Cultural Program Planning Services Instructors Needed: The Cultural Indian Wills and Estate Planning currently do not have a Will. Program is looking for teacher for Gathering Permits: Services are now being offered to all the following classes: Chehalis Tribal Members who are Please Call Christina Hicks @ 360- Gathering Permits for cedar are 18 years and older. 709-1741 to set up an appointment Beginner Beading Classes, Basket available at either Mark White’s and get the paperwork needed to get Making classes, Wood Carving Offce or the Cultural Program. This service is without cost to started. Classes and Net Mending Classes. Permits and Maps of Cedar Chehalis Tribal members who Gathering Areas offered to the Chehalis Tribe by the State of If you are interested in teaching one $5,000 Grant for Native American Artists of these classes or have a great idea Washington Forestry Department for a cultural class please submit a are located in a wall mount box There is a grant opportunity for Native American artists interested into just outside the Cultural Program expanding their talent into a small business through the Artist in Business proposal to Cultural Coordinator Door. Leadership program through the First Peoples Fund. The maximum Dianne Devlin 360-709-1621. available is $5,000. Tribal member artists with experience in marketing their art and wholesale experience can apply. A Big Huge Thank You! For more information and to download an application visit: We would like to thank the Natives Helping Neighbors program for assisting our family in a time of need. Applications are due September 1 , 2012. st Our brother Frank Cayenne, Jr was seriously injured in an accident. Without your help it would’ve made it diffcult for us to stay by his side. Chehalis Tribal Newsletter Your program and prayers are greatly appreciated. Keep up the good work helping people in their time of need. The Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis The Family of Frank Cayenne, Jr. Reservation... “People of the Sands” Take a Hike, Bus or Carpool Articles and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily the opinions Are you looking for places to walk or hike on, “Thurston Here to of this publication or the Chehalis Tribal Business Committee. The Chehalis Tribal Newsletter encourages tribal members walk or hike? Do you want to There” has links to walking maps to submit letters, articles, photographs, and drawings to be know how long a trip on the bus of Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, considered for publication. These are subject to editing. will take? Thurston County has a Thurston County parks and Contributing writers, artists, and photographers include great website to help people fnd Washington State parks. If joining or Chehalis tribal community members and staff. different transportation options. starting a carpool sounds interesting, Submission deadline: 6th of each month Printed monthly “Thurston Here to There” can help you can access two websites to Tribal Center (360) 273-5911 you easily fnd out which bus routes help you setup a carpool, and a map to take, fnd local trails to walk, of the Park and Ride locations in Business Committee how to join a carpool, and maps of 420 Howanut Road David Burnett, Chairman Thurston County. There is even a Oakville, WA 98568 Don Secena, Vice Chairman transportation options in Thurston calculator to help you fgure out County. From the website you can (360) 709-1726 (office) Stephanie Pickernell, Treasurer plan a trip on Intercity Transit, and how much money you would save (360) 273-5914 (fax) Cheryle Starr, Secretary access the Thurston Rural/Tribal by carpooling. The “Thurston Here to There” website is a great place to Dan Gleason, Sr., 5th Council Member Transportation busses. The Intercity fnd alternative ways to travel that Chehalis Tribe’s Vision Statement Transit “Trip Planner” will help you will help you save money and help To be a thriving, self-suffcient, Chehalis Tribal Newsletter plan your bus trip and tell you how protect our environment. sovereign people. Honoring our past Staff: long it will take. and serving current Fred Shortman, Communications Visit www.thurstonheretothere. and future generations Coordinator If you are looking for trails to org to learn more. Page 12   
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