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Heritage Program News Program Searching for Photos to Heritage Program Available to Assist in Honor Past Tribal Council The Heritage Program is searching for photos of our past tribal chairmen and chairpersons Discovering Your Family Lineage between the year 1944-2012. The Tribe plans to honor them by creating a display for everyone to see. The Heritage Department is offering assistance in If you have a photo to share our program can scan it for you. Or if you have a digital photo tracing your family tree. Bring the information you then we can make a copy of it. have and we can get started tracing as far back as we can in your lineage. We are searching for: Ralph Heck, Also bring in your old photos and have them scanned Oliver Sanders, and copied so we can document your family history. Ernest Beckwith, Percy Youckton,, To date we have been working on the six generations David Youckton, family trees for the Secena, Beckwith, Klatush, Melvin Youckton, Gleason, and Penn families. If you are interested to Virginia Canales, see these, please come and visit us. It’s so interesting Magdalena Medina, and informative to see how our families all connect to Present chairman from 2002- 2014 David Burnett. each other. Please bring them to the Heritage Room in the Community Center. Our hours are Monday- We are located in the Community Center in the Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Contact Lynn Hoheisel or Joyleen McCrory and they will Library area. For more information contact Lynn gladly make a copy to be archived and extra copies for you. Hoheisel, Heritage Coordinator at 360-709-1748. Honoring the life and work of Mourning Dove, the pen name of Christine CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE Quintasket (1888-1936), author of Cogewea, The Half-Blood, Coyote CHEHALIS RESERVATION Stories, and Mourning Dove: FOSTER CARE LICENSING PROGRAM A Salishan Autobiograpghy CONTACT: Morning Dove Symposium Kim Burdick, Foster Care Licensor 360-709-1782 and Celebration November 7-8, 2013 UPCOMING FOSTER PARENT TRAINING Okanogan, WA. and Omak Long House “Extending our Families through Unity” is based on FREE with Pre-Registration. For more information and to register, traditions and cultures of Indian people. It is designed visit: or contact Livia Millart 509-422- to address issues Native American foster parents have 7814 or Peter Donahue 509-422-7840 identifed as important. In Native cultures, children are considered sacred beings. The underlying philosophy of ~ Panel Discussions with Scholars, Historians, Writers, Tribal Leaders ~ this training is to help children grow to meet their potential ~ Keynote Speaker: Jeanette Armstrong - Poet, Activist, Educator ~ in mind, body, spirit and emotions. ~ Traditional Storytelling ~ Call or stop by for information and sign-ups. ~ Screening of the Cherokee Word for Water ~ ~ Appearance by Actess Kimberly Norris Guerrero ~ Group sessions will be held on: ~ Luncheons ~ November 5th and 6th, 12th and 13th, ~ Memorial Deciations ~ and 19th and 20th Chehalis Tribe Social Services Conference Room “This project supported by Administration for Native Americans Grant# 90NA8230-01-00”    Page 11
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