Page 8 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - August 2017
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Chehalis youth get an opportunity to learn video production from Grammy-winning artist Star Nayea. Yummy food
for the road
Youth videos send message
n Use your WIC checks
Photos and article Star Nayea leads kids through filmmaking to try a variety of fruits
contributed by Ranessa Goddard, and vegetables in season:
Prevention Outreach Specialist berries, melons, cucumber,
zucchini and more.
The Tsapowum Prevention
program invited Star Nayea to n Freeze grapes with
produce a film with Chehalis peeled and cut up kiwis for
tribal community youth. Star a refreshing treat.
is a Grammy award-winning
Native American recording n Bringing sandwiches
artist and three-time Native and wraps can
American Music Awards save you
winner. time and
Star visited the Chehalis
Reservation July 14 -15 and n Try
filmed at the Youth Center and your own
Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel. trail mix with
pretzels, cereals, nuts, dried
One video the youth made fruit and more.
focused on an anti-smoking
message. Another video is n Peanut butter and
about how evil is all around in jelly or peanut butter and
the form of drugs and alcohol banana sandwiches travel
and the effects it has on without refrigeration.
families and communities.
n Apples provide
After copies are returned a crunchy,
from Star, they will be sweet treat!
available on the Chehalis
Tribe’s website. n Make
ahead muffins-
The kids had fun planning or sliced quick
skits and working with each breads. Pumpkin
other to bring their visions to and banana are popular.
n Snap peas provide a
Star will be back this nice crunch.
month for another day and
a half to film a “Culture is n Watermelon on sticks
Prevention” video. Watch for is perfect for road trips.
flyers! Information should be
available at least a week before n Baby carrots and
she comes back. string cheese also are a
yummy and filling choice.

Planning ahead is key to
eating healthier, especially
on the go.

Invest in a cooler to
fill up with fresh fruits,
vegetables and water each
time you head out.

Stay hydrated by
keeping water bottles
or infused water in the
refrigerator ready to grab
and go.


To schedule an
appointment for SPIPA
WIC, leave a message at
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