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Families gather to have dinner and watch the 3
story of a brave little girl on an important
journey in “Moana” during Movie Night. CHEHALIS TRIBAL
‘Moana’ Movie
Night magic The Confederated
Tribes of the Chehalis
Animated adventure was on the menu programs are sponsoring. Reservation, ‘People
as tribal community members of all ages Members of the Heritage & Culture of the Sands’
gathered for Movie Night on March 16
in the gathering room of the Community Program changed the evening up a little by The articles and opinions
Center. bringing gifts for families instead of a raffle. expressed are not necessarily
those of this publication
More than 50 people watched “Moana,” A huge thank you goes out to our hard- or the Chehalis Tribal Business
the tale of a brave teenager who sails away working Events and Heritage & Culture Committee.
to save her people, at the event hosted by staff for giving families such an enjoyable
the Events and Heritage & Culture Program evening. SUBMISSIONS
The Chehalis Tribal Newsletter
It was a great opportunity to share a encourages tribal members
meal, visit with friends and family and take to submit letters, articles,
in an action-packed movie. photographs and drawings to
be considered for publication
And the best part – it was all free! (subject to editing).
Everything was sponsored and provided Contributing writers, artists
by the Events and Heritage & Culture and photographers include
programs. Chehalis tribal
This wasn’t like the theaters though members
because delicious food was delivered right and staff.
to your table by staff. They also visited Submission
everyone to assist in tidying up. Such a deadline is
treat! the first of
each month
After the movie, Events Coordinator (printed monthly).
Philip Youckton updated community
members on upcoming events tribal TRIBAL CENTER

Build support at Women’s Healing Circle Main line: 360-273-5911
Address: 420 Howanut Road
The Women’s Healing Circle runs from REACH OUT Oakville, WA 98568
4:30-6 p.m. April 27 and May 4 and 18 in the Office: 360-709-1726
Behavioral Health Group Room. Visit the office: Stop by from Fax: 360-273-5914
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday- Friday or
The group provides a safe environment to talk call 360-709-1874. CHEHALIS TRIBE’S
with people who have been affected by domestic Crisis line: Chehalis Tribe Domestic VISION STATEMENT
violence. Build friendships and find support. Violence Advocate Janita Raham is
available at 360-789-3627. Call or To be a thriving, self-sufficient,
A craft, meal and child care will be provided. text 24/7. sovereign people, honoring our
Open to the tribal community and employees. past and serving current and
Free and confidential. future generations.

The Chehalis Domestic Violence Program BUSINESS COMMITTEE
offers services to tribal members and community
members. Don Secena, Chairman
Jessie Goddard, Vice Chairman
Shoni Pannkuk, Treasurer
David Burnett, Secretary
Leroy Boyd Sr.,
Fifth Council Member


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