Page 2 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - May, 2017
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Yuzu opens to tribe

Lucky Eagle’s new CHECK IT OUT Lucky Eagle
bistro offers a range Casino’s Yuzu
of flavorful dishes Yuzu Asian Bistro at Lucky Asian Bistro
Eagle Casino is open brought in
Chehalis tribal elders were 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Wednesday, Chehalis
invited to serve as volunteer Thursday and Sunday; tribal
food critics for the new Yuzu 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and members to
Asian Bistro at Lucky Eagle Saturday; and is closed sample the
Casino on April 24. Monday and Tuesday. For restaurant’s
more information, call food during a
The well-attended event 800-720-1788. soft opening.
was the soft opening for the Menu items
eatery and a chance for folks order. The service was very include crab
to sample the menu and visit good and wait staff were seen rangoon,
with friends. Tribal members hustling to fill drink orders lumpia, pho
shared their thoughts on and serve food in a timely bo, pad thai,
possible improvements manner. It was very busy as honey shrimp
that the restaurant could tribal members filtered in and and more.
incorporate before the official out.
One tribal member said,
Yuzu offers a different flair “This was very tasty and we
and vibe. If this is a taste of will be bringing our family
what is to come, the food back again. The prices were
venue should prove very within acceptable limits of my
exciting. budget.”

The menu offered many So if you’d like a delightful
choices, and some patrons dining experience with a great
were overheard commenting atmosphere, friendly service
how difficult it was to choose and tasty food, come try it.
which items to sample. You will not be disappointed.

After making their final
decisions, folks were invited
to select a chair to await their

Prairies, wetlands talk

Author M. Kat Anderson of prairies and wetlands. CHEHALIS TRIBAL DAYS
will present a free public talk at Today, private landowners
10 a.m.-noon May 25 at Purce MAY 26-29
Hall 1 at The Evergreen State and forest managers would
College. The topic is “Prairies do well to consider mimicking LET THE GAMES BEGIN Vendor tables/concessions:
and Wetlands of the Olympic indigenous burning practices; n Men’s hardball + token Call Dan “Bones” Gleason at
Peninsula, Washington: Their prioritizing habitat diversity as n Women’s softball + token 360-273-5911.
Native American Uses and a management goal; pursuing n Co-ed softball + men’s
Stewardship.” restoration projects focused token and women’s token Block of rooms available
on increasing the abundance $350 entry per team at Lucky Eagle Casino &
Based upon extensive of ethnobotanically important Hotel: Call 800-720-1788.
ethnographic interviews and plants; and collaborating Awards: First-fourth place,
review of historic literature, with tribes in restoring these MVP, all-stars, best bat,
Dr. Anderson will discuss the practices to the land. best glove/pitcher, catcher
crucial importance of prairies awards. Call Leroy Boyd
and wetlands to the tribes of M. Kat Anderson has a at 360-709-1787, Phillip
the Olympic Peninsula. Ph.D. in wildland resource Youckton at 360-709-1752.
science from UC Berkeley
Prior to European contact, and has conducted field work DON’T MISS: 10TH ANNUAL
indigenous people managed with tribes in California and CANCER WALK, FISH BAKE,
these open environments Washington for more than FIREWORKS, YOUTH ACTIVITIES
mainly with the tool of fire to 25 years. She is the author
benefit plants and animals they of “Tending the Wild: Native
harvested for foods, medicines American Knowledge and the
and fiber. Indian-set fires Management of California’s
maintained and expanded the Natural Resources.”
biologically rich environments
Parking is $3.
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