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Seeking money for school?

These websites might help Services: americanindian Madison Carter (from left), Annabell Youckton, Emily Pickernell
you to secure scholarships: Click on “Students” and Rita Burke participate in the THRIVE Youth Conference.
and then “Application form.”
n is for Youth build self-esteem
Washington state students. n Cobell Scholarship: at THRIVE conference
n Gates Millennium com.
n Continental Society
n American Indian College Daughters of Indian Wars Inc.:
Fund: Click
on “Student resources,”
“Scholarships” and then n Intertribal Timber
“Scholarship programs.” Council for Native Americans
studying natural resources:
n American Institute of
CPA’s Graduate Studies: aicpa. scholarships.html.
pages/fmds.aspx. n is a search
site for scholarships.
n American Indian

The Chehalis Canoe Family spends time on the water together pulling Domestic Violence Center at Portland State
and praying during the 2016 Paddle to Nisqually. Advocate Janita Raham University. The objective
and Prevention Outreach of the conference was to
Canoe Journey begins Specialist Ranessa Goddard build protective factors
took four tribal youth to the and increase skills and
Tribal community MORE INFORMATION seventh annual THRIVE self-esteem, connect with
stands together Youth Conference in other young Natives, learn
Go to tribaljourneys2017. Portland. The conference ran about healthy behaviors
Come watch the Chehalis com/route. If you are from June 26-30. (suicide prevention, healthy
Canoe Family participate in interested in attending or relationships, etc.) and
the 2017 Paddle to Campbell pulling in the canoe, contact The three Chehalis tribal discover how to strengthen
River. Sylvia Cayenne at 360-888- youth who attended the our nation through culture,
6638 or Glenda Comenout conference are Madison prevention, connections and
Feel free to join anywhere at 360-250-0633. Carter, Emily Pickernell- empowerment.
along the way, learning to share Holmes and Rita Burke. The
with the canoe families, and July 23: Jamestown fourth youth is Annabelle The Chehalis Tribal Youth
travel with “One Heart, One July 24: Lower Elwa Youckton, a Puyallup tribal participated in the beats lyrics
Mind” through the waterways. July 26: Esquimalt member. Her parents are leaders workshop where they
Community support is greatly (Canada) Derek Youckton (Chehalis learned how to write and
appreciated as we share our July 26: Tsawout tribal member) and Mina produce songs. The girls had
culture with elders, adults, July 27: Tsartlip McCloud (Puyallup). We were a great time and were able to
youth and other canoe families. July 28: Duncan allowed to bring only four experience the city with a lot
July 29: Shell Beach youth between ages 12-19. of walking and a visit to the
This is a drug, alcohol July 30: Nanimo New Chinese Gardens. We look
and violence-free journey. Castle The conference was held forward to taking more youth
Everyone is welcome! July 31: Nanoose Bay at the Native American to conferences in the future.
Aug. 1: Big Qualicum River Student and Community
Itinerary Aug 2-3: Comox
Aug 4: Cape Mudge BURN BAN
Circle up at Sylvia Aug. 5: Campbell River
to Port Gamble. DEPARTMENT OF
n No burning yard debris NATURAL RESOURCES
July 20: Suquamish n No open flames 360-273-5911
July 21: Port Gamble n No fireworks allowed
July 22: Port Townsend
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