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Children Everybody loves a parade
wrote positive
Summer is the perfect lined with spectators.
messages to time for families to gather
educate the for barbecues, games and Oakville Fourth of July
community parades.
on preventing The motto of the Oakville
teen domestic Plenty of activities were Independence Day Parade
planned by the Grand and Celebration on July 2
violence Mound Rochester Citizens’ was “Salute to America’s
during the Group to celebrate the Swede Heritage.” It was a great day
July movie Day Midsommar Festival to recognize those whose
on June 18. The group spent sacrifice allowed everyone in
night. a lot of time preparing and the United States to be able
securing sponsors. Music, to enjoy this special day.
Movie night tackles food, vendors and arts and
teen dating violence crafts were highlights, along The Fourth of July Parade
with the Swede Day Parade. offered a variety of activities
The Chehalis Domestic NEED HELP? Spectators were treated to for families to participate
Violence program presented a impressive floats and bands. in throughout the day and
teen dating violence awareness Chehalis Domestic Violence The Grand Marshal was Inez make special memories.
movie night July 22. Advocate Janita Raham is Munnsell. It also created hometown
available 24/7 by phone or text pride as the community and
Youth voted to watch “Inside at 360-789-3627. Youth Center Director businesses joined together to
Out,” a Pixar movie that centers To learn more about dating Tony Medina entered the celebrate our freedom.
on an 11-year-old girl named violence, including additional 2016 Chehalis Tribal Days
Riley who is uprooted to San resources, see page 4. Royalty into the parade. The Chehalis Canoe
Francisco. Her five emotions – It was a demonstration of Family joined with the 2016
Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and n One in five tweens – ages pride and an honor to ride Chehalis Tribal Days Royalty
Anger – work to help her cope 11-14 – say their friends are in the truck decorated by to enhance the gathering.
with her new life. victims of dating violence. the Chehalis Tribe. Children And local businesses and
Nearly half who are in enjoyed waving and throwing hobbyists did an incredible
About 60 people attended. relationships know friends candy on the path through job creating a great
The event was co-sponsored who are verbally abused. Two town. What an exhilarating atmosphere for people to
by the Chehalis Tribal in five of the youngest tweens, experience seeing the streets soak up the fun in the little
Wellness Center, Vocational ages 11 and 12, report that town of Oakville.
Rehabilitation and Law their friends are victims of
Enforcement. verbal abuse in relationships. Chehalis Tribe
Mariners Suite
This year, one of the goals n One in four teens in a
of the Chehalis Domestic relationship say they have WATCH FOR SIGNUPS TO VISIT SAFECO FIELD
Violence Program is to educate been called names, harassed or AND ENJOY SEATTLE MARINERS BASEBALL
the community on teen put down by their partner via
dating violence – what it is, cell and texting. We want everyone to have the
understanding the signs and opportunity to go, so tickets are
learning where to go for help. If someone tells you they limited to one visit per tribal
are experiencing violence, member. Like last season,
Teen dating violence facts whether it be Domestic you will be allowed to
violence, sexual assault, teen bring one person. We
n One in four teen girls dating violence or bullying like to get notice out
in a relationship says she has start by believing. A victim two weeks before a
been threatened with violence might reach out only once. game, so please sign
or experienced verbal abuse, up once you see the flyer.
and 13 percent say they were FOOD: It will not be provided
physically hurt or hit. in the Mariners suite unless
Last quarter student honor roll AGES: 18-54

Kenedy Adams Devon Onley CONTACT
Jeremiah Baker Emily Ortivez Leroy Boyd at 360-709-1787 or Philip
Kelsey Bray Mya Ortivez Youckton at 360-709-1752 or visit the
Arielle Burnett Hunter Ortivez events office at the community center.
Annie Burnett Emily Pickernell
Kayleena Delgado Kristen Secena
Faith Hoeisel – Chehalis Tribe
Desirray Klatush K-12 Program
Jasmine Klatush
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