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Heritage and Culture Program Blast from the Past! News Hours of Staff Heritage Coordinator: Lynn Hoheisel is available to assist tribal members with „ Family trees, „ Digitizing and organizing family pictures, „ History of the Chehalis Tribe Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Our program welcomes any assistance you can offer us to help make these classes successful and it would be greatly appreciated. We are located in the community center by the library. Picture of Chehalis Tribal Days from the Chehalis People Book The Culture Coordinators’ work hours are Monday: 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 12:00 noon to 7:00 PM Friday: 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM Tribal Members, you are welcome to drop in anytime during these hours to work on projects with the staff. Cultural Activities Offered Art/Drawing Classes „ Sewing are going to be offered starting in „ Drum Making Late April or Early May. „ Weaving These classes will be offered in the Photo donated by Elder, Betty Fulton „ Carving evening. We encourage community „ Beading members to come challenge themselves „ Art/Painting/Drawing to learn together. Watch for Flyers!! We are still looking for people that are able to assist with beading, fshing pole making, carving, the wood shop will be ready soon and if you are interested in teaching classes please contact Joyleen McCrory 360-709- 1748. There has only been a couple of responses to our request, so our program is extending this request to the tribal community. The Heritage and Culture Program wants to provide the Chehalis tribal member families with projects they can do together as a family activity. If you are interested please call with your ideas that will assisting us to bring families together and add activities you want to learn. Glass Cabinets One of the glass cabinets in the gathering room is available for tribal 1939 Picture of the Sewing Club on the Chehalis Reservation. members to display an item of their own bead work, arts and crafts, Pictured Front row are Margret Brown, Edith Heck, Bertha or baskets. They will be locked so no one can get into it except the Bobb. Second row are Lillian Sanders-Young, Mena Secena- designated person. If you would like to display your work or family Klatush, Violet Sanders-Starr, Nancy Beckwith-Secena, Class heirlooms, please contact Lynn Hoheisel in the Heritage program and Instructor??, Gladys Beckwith Brown she will have the necessary documents for you to fll out and will go How many people do you recognize? Contact Lynn Hohesel at the Heritage over the process. Offce for your answers.    Page 9
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