Page 3 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter in January, 2016
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WSU student has a passion for communication Outreach prevention specialist teaches life skills

By Edmund ‘Frazer’ Myer I hosted live radio By Steven Dorland Fridays. I also
My name is Edmund “Frazer” shows, filmed stage Hello, my name is Steven have developed
plays and called a program called
Myer. I’m an undergraduate student sporting events live Dorland. I’m a Squaxin Island Soaring Together,
at Washington State University and on the radio, Internet Tribal member. My roots also run which helps youth
I’m enrolled in The Murrow College and television. deep within this community. My strengthen their life
of Communication. These experiences grandmother was Shirley Lopeman, skills and continue
have helped me and Mable (Doodle) Cooper is on a healthful path.
I recently was hired as the Edmund ‘Frazer’ tremendously as I my great-grandmother. I recently Steven Classes are 3-
communications assistant for the Myer further my studies became your outreach prevention Dorland 4:30 p.m. Fridays.
Native American Programs at WSU, and pursue my career. specialist with the Behavioral
where I’ll help produce stories for the I’m enrolled in two communication Health Program. I look forward to getting to know
monthly newsletter. courses and two psychology courses at the community. Please call me
WSU. I plan to graduate in 2017 with I’ll work with youth at the at 360-709-1652 or stop by the
I’m a member of the Chehalis Tribe, an emphasis in broadcast production Chehalis Tribal Community Center community center.
a costal tribe near Olympia. I grew and a minor in psychology. I hope to from 1-4:30 p.m. Tuesdays and
up in a small town called Onalaska, study abroad in Cuba this summer.
Washington, where I graduated high After I graduate, I hope to work in Animal control officer plans door-to-door hellos
school in 2010. I come from a large the radio industry as a play-by-play
family with four brothers and two analyst for sporting events. I feel like Brennan The tribe has hired the animals that are a part
sisters. My mother is Carla Thomas the radio in a small/medium market Stoelb Brennan Stoelb as its new of our community.
from Oakville, Washington, who is calling local sports is an ideal place animal control officer.
enrolled Chehalis. My father, Eric to start, but I have dreams of one day For immediate animal
Myer, is from Onalaska and is a working in a large market calling During the next few concerns, contact Stoelb
Cowlitz Tribal member. games on television for a major weeks, Stoelb will go door at 360-273-7051 or email
television company or a professional to door to introduce himself bstoelb@chehalistribe.
I graduated and transferred from sports team. to you and your pets. org.
Centralia Community College in Learn more at
2014. It was there that I realized news/december2015/myer.html. He is interested in The Animal Control
I had a passion for the field of hearing suggestions or office is at 30 Niederman
communication. They have a program concerns you have about Road in Oakville.
that allows students to get experience
in radio and television production.

DONATION Firefighters
from the
From page 1 Oakville Fire
used for grass and brush fires Department
primarily. use the new
With the upgraded pump, it has firefighting
the ability to be used much more, unit donated
including everything from vehicle by the
fires to structure fires. It also offers Confederated
an on-board foam system to make it Tribes of the
more versatile. Chehalis
After the unit was placed in Submitted
service, the fire department’s by the
first call was to an acre grass fire Oakville Fire
burning into the timber on trust Department

The new equipment handled
most of the firefighting duty by
itself and we are glad we were able
to use this great donation to help
protect the natural resources of the
Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis

A donation of this kind means
a great deal to members of the
Oakville Fire Department. We
would not have been able to make
this kind of upgrade on our own.

From our family to yours, a great
big thank you from the members of
Oakville Fire Department.
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