Page 10 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - September 2014
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Young Tribal Member Recognized For Artistic Expression Outreach Parade Young Tribal Member Artist, Maddex, participated in Centralia Parks and Recreation “Arts in the Park” summer camp at Borst Park. The camp exposed Maddex to various forms of art including water color painting, sculptures and photography. Maddex especially loved photography. After camp, Maddex entered three photographs and one water color painting into the Southwest Washington Fair. His painting was awarded second place in the Junior Art category. Amazingly every single one of his photographs won an award. Maddex came home with second place, frst place and Reserve Champion ribbons in the Junior Photography category. Way to go Maddex! We are proud of you! Maddex is pictured here with his picture “The Garden” which brought home a big fancy rainbow ribbon. Education Program Encourages Children to Achieve Their Academic Success The Student of the Month incentive child should be nominated for program will be starting up soon student of the month. Please for the school year. This is great contact Jodie Smith at jsmith@ program as it encourages and or 360-709-1897. recognizes children for their State the reason why your child efforts in achieving their academic should be considered. success. These suggestions are due by the If you feel that your tribal member last Friday of each month. T-Shirt Design Contest Winner The Vocation Rehabilitation Program had a art contest for the Youth Outreach parade. The children were invited to come up with a design that asked them questions on: What is special about the Chehalis Tribe to you? What is your vision when you think of tribe, the people, the community, the environment and culture? Tristan Smith won the 6-13 Year old division. Congratulations! Tristan Smith holding his t-shirt with his winning design on it. Page 10   
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