Page 10 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - February, 2017
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Monster Jam brings big air to Dome

Tribal families revel in Families and children laughed,
wheelies, endos, donuts clapped and cheered for their
and thrilling races favorite truck during races and
freestyle events. Watching go-
Sign-ups sheets for the 2017 carts zoom around also was a
Monster Jam at the Tacoma special attraction.
Dome filled up fast. This is a
highly popular trip to see death- Tribal families headed to the
defying feats and amazing Pit area to take photos, visit with
performers. It never fails to be drivers and see the trucks in per
exhilarating fun for elders, adults son.
and children with the thunderous
roar of engines, crunch of gigantic Folks lined up to purchase
tires and pumped-up crowd. The memorabilia such as Monster
noise was so loud that you could Truck T-shirts, models, flags,
feel the vibrations of excitement remote control trucks and hats.
as trucks performed throughout
the evening. Spectators witnessed Thank you to Youth Center
incredible stunts and races. Director Tony Medina and his
staff for their continued work in
providing these fun-filled family
activities. The memories will last
a lifetime!

Families watch high-octane action during Monster Jam. GET THE

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Fun-filled- winter days at Early Learning

During January, our Early Museum trip ANNUAL REPORT appreciate our families
Learning classrooms have been who attended. Parents and
focusing on winter! Children Early Head Start visited the The Chehalis Tribal Early family members are always
learned about the weather, Hands On Children’s Museum Learning’s 2016 annual encouraged to volunteer at our
listened to stories about report is complete and center and become familiar
animals that hibernate and copies are available at the with the Chehalis Tribal Early
kept our noses clean with an front entrance of Early Learning Program.
abundance of tissues. Learning’s main building.
Dental checkups
This time of year means in Olympia in January.
cold and flu season and lower Families delighted in indoor Each of our Head Start and
attendance because of illnesses. play and explored the museum. Early Head Start classrooms
Teachers are talking with Interactive exhibits provided was visited by Dr. William
children about the importance an exciting and engaging visit. Elton on Jan. 11 for dental
of washing our hands to kill screenings of each child. We
icky germs. Our children have This was a self-transport appreciate Dr. Elton and his
become experts at covering field trip, and we very much team visiting often and getting
coughs, washing hands often acquainted with our little ones
and helping friends get a tissue to encourage a lifetime of good
or coat when going outside. dental health.
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