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cheer. His joyous NEWSLETTER
laughter and chuckling
was contagious. He The Confederated
encouraged youngsters to Tribes of the Chehalis
share with him what they Reservation, ‘People
wanted for Christmas. of the Sands’

Ho! Ho! Ho! The articles and opinions
After a nice visit, Santa expressed are not necessarily
returned to the stage and those of this publication
encouraged families to or the Chehalis Tribal Business
create lasting memories Committee.
by taking complimentary
holidays photos. SUBMISSIONS
After a delicious
breakfast, families The Chehalis Tribal Newsletter
visited Santa and had encourages tribal members
their photograph taken. to submit letters, articles,
Warm cheer and words photographs and drawings to
of encouragement, lights be considered for publication
flashing and smiles were (subject to editing).
priceless moments to Contributing writers, artists
witness. and photographers include
Thank you to the Chehalis tribal
hardworking staff that community
planned this event, as members
well as those who and staff.
provided a delicious meal Submission
at Great Wolf Lodge. deadline is
It was a wonderful the first of
opportunity to create each month
great memories of the (printed monthly).
2016 Christmas season!
Families had a festive and TRIBAL CENTER
fabulous time at Great
Main line: 360-273-5911
Wolf Lodge’s annual Address: 420 Howanut Road
Breakfast with Santa on Oakville, WA 98568
Office: 360-709-1726
Dec. 17. After eating a Fax: 360-273-5914
delicious meal together,
families created another CHEHALIS TRIBE’S
smiling picture for their VISION STATEMENT

photo albums. To be a thriving, self-sufficient,
sovereign people, honoring our
past and serving current and
future generations.


Don Secena, Chairman
Jessie Goddard, Vice Chairman
Shoni Pannkuk, Treasurer
David Burnett, Secretary
Leroy Boyd Sr.,
Fifth Council Member


Fred Shortman, Audra J. Hill and
the Information Technology Team
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