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Community Centerand Exercise Room Hours
Exercise Room

Year 2015 has arrived and with it, your New Year’s resolution. To assist Emergency Information Phone Line: 1-866-623-8883
tribal and community members in achieving their getting healthy goals, the
exercise room and equipment are available at the community center. For power outages call:

It is open weekly from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Grays Harbor PUD: 1-888-541-5923
Thurston County: 1-888-225-5773
Please respect the equipment, and children under the age of 13 will need
parental supervision. This is a Use-at-Your-Own risk facility and a waiver When will an Emergency be declared?
is available to use outside the exercise room. Let’s exercise and get healthy Emergencies will be declared by the Emergency Manager.
When do I call the Emergency Phone Line?
Community Center Any time you are concerned about adverse weather, power outages or
other emergency situations.
If you would like to reserve space for any of the rooms for a special
occasion or fundraiser please contact Phillip Youckton What happens once the emergency is declared?
Once an Emergency is declared the emergency line will be updated with
For more information contact Phillip Youckton, Events Coordinator the appropriate information regarding the situation.
at 360-709-1752. Please leave a short message and return phone number.
Can I go to the Hotel?
Attention Tribal Members - Dumpsters The Hotel has been designated as a safe center during times of emergency.
It is being reserved for At-Risk individuals who are not able to be safe and
By now, most everyone should know that there is a convenient spot of the have their needs met in the community center.
reservation for Tribal member to take their trash. The dumpsters located by
the Fish House on Howanut Road are open to any Tribal member that needs Who do I call if I need help?
them. You can take trash, old furniture and other unwanted household For life threatening emergencies call 9-1-1.
items and dispose of them for no charge. The dumpster is a privilege and is
funded directly by the Tribe. Disclaimer:Al datesandtimesaresubjecttochange. Pleasecal thecontactnumberstoverifytheinformationregardingtheevent.

Changes Chehalis Tribal Newsletter
There is a full-time attendant at the site to assist folks who need help.
„„Tribal Identification Required: You must be a Chehalis Tribal Member The Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation...

and show your I.D. upon request. A Technician will verify your tribal ID “People of the Sands”
and have you sign the “Dumpster Use Sheet.”
Articles and opinions expressed in this publication are not
„„There is reserved areas for disposing of hazardous waste, please follow
the directions for certain types of waste. necessarily the opinions of this publication or the Chehalis Tribal

The Chehalis Tribe continues to support this disposal site and feels that it is Business Committee.
an important service to the tribal community. For more information contact
the Facilities Department at 360-709-1667. The Chehalis Tribal Newsletter encourages tribal members to submit letters,

Open Daily 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM articles, photographs, and drawings to be considered for publication. These are
(Excluding Holiday and Funeral Days)
subject to editing.
Newsletter Deadline Change
Contributing writers, artists, and photographers include Chehalis tribal
The newsletter deadline has changed to the 1st of each month. This will
allow the newsletter to be mailed out earlier in the month. community members and staff. Submission deadline: Changed to the first of each

Remember that events that may not make the deadline will be posted on our month (printed monthly). Business Committee
website. Go to
Tribal Center (360) 273-5911 Don Secena, Chairman
Thank you for your patience. Harry Pickernell, Sr., Vice Chairman
420 Howanut Road Farley Youckton, Treasurer
Oakville, WA 98568 Cheryle Starr, Secretary
(360) 709-1726 (office)
(360) 273-5914 (fax) Dan Gleason, Sr., 5th Council Member

Chehalis Tribe’s Vision Statement
To be a thriving, self-sufficient,

sovereign people, honoring our past
and serving current

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