Page 3 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - June, 2017
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STILL TIME

Ribbons were donated and If you are interested in
made by Karen Klatush. sponsoring a ribbon, they
cost $50 to get new ribbon
signs made. Sweatshirts
also are available for $25
each. For more information,
contact Orinda Goddard at
360-273-5911.

The drum and dance group from the Yakama Nation performed an The Heritage & Culture Program,
educational powwow after the walk. Chain Eagles Landing Hotel, End of
of Hope the Trail gas station, Lays and
WALK performed different styles of is on Burger Claim.
dance. The day ended with the display
From page 2 round dance, and everyone in the A special thank you goes
the Legends Field complex. was invited to participate. main out to Ole Obi and all of the
It wasn’t a real powwow, tribal volunteers that help every year
but rather an educational Thank you center to make this walk a success:
experience for those who are building. Pam Youckton, Tammy Boyd,
unfamiliar with the traditions I would like to thank the Beach Resort and Casino, Erika Pickernell, Dan “Bones”
behind a powwow. following businesses and Harbor Wholesales, Casa Gleason, Dylan Gleason-
programs for their donations: Romos, Nelson’s Furniture, Wheeler, Penny Gleason,
It also was a chance to Chehalis Tribe Business L&E Pepsi Bottling Co., South Maggie Gleason-Wheeler, Jake
encourage young generations Committee, Great Wolf Lodge, Puget Intertribal Planning Dickerson, Tracy Dickerson,
to become interested and Nisqually Red Wind Casino, Agency, SPIPA Cancer Karen Klatush and her
train to be a powwow dancer. Lucky Eagle Casino, Chehalis Control Programs, Tribal Law family, Fau Fau Boyd, Joyleen
Male and female dancers were Tribal Enterprises, Little Creek Enforcement, Tribal Behavioral McCrory, Lynn Hoheisel and
dressed in full regalia and Resort and Casino, Quinault Health/Chemical Dependency/ Gloria Jones.
Domestic Violence Program,
Vocational Rehabilitation We had a fundraiser
Program, Chehalis Elders this year that consisted of
Program, Chehalis Social sponsoring ribbon signs.
Services, Chehalis Planning During the walk, names were
Department, Events Program, visible on each of the ribbons.

Thank you all again and
I hope to have your support
next year for our 11th annual
Cancer Walk.

in brief

Represent your tribe How to be considered: Party with the police FIREWORKS
n You must be an enrolled PERMITS
Show your #NativePride with member of a federally recognized Everyone is invited to gather
a Custom Handmade Wooden tribe in the United States and be at the Chehalis Tribal Police HELPER’S FIREWORKS
Paddle necklace. We Think able to show proof. Department parking lot from PERMITS MUST BE
Dreams is offering handmade n Submit your tribal affiliation 6-8 p.m. Aug. 1 in honor of the
and beautifully tattooed wooden document with a photo of your 34th annual National Night Out. PURCHASED BY JUNE 25
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National Night Out enhances the
Call for artists: We Think relationship between neighbors
Dreams, LLC Boutique and Art and law enforcement. And it
Studio in Aldie, Virginia, is looking brings police and neighbors
for indigenous Native American together under positive
artists to display and sell their circumstances.
art at the gallery during the busy
holiday season. Contact Chehalis Tribal Law
Enforcement at 360-273-7051.
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