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The Planning Department took a trip to Bedrock City with its “Flintstones” float at the Vocational Rehabilitation Outreach Parade.

Parade, sale, movie extravaganza

Folks on the move at trio of The Accounting Department won first place for its colorful Marvel CONTACT US
community-minded events superheroes costumes and display. Below: Law Enforcement’s
Popeye theme was strong to the “finich,” earning third place. The Vocational
By Orinda Goddard, Lead Vocational Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Program Counselor Program has
moved by the south
The Chehalis Tribe brought families entrance of the
and friends together for a jam-packed community center.
day of low-cost entertainment on Aug. 4. The program
We started the warm day off with the provides services
fourth annual Vocational Rehabilitation such as skills
Outreach Parade, next came the evaluation,
Community Garage Sale and the evening training, resume
featured an outdoor movie night. development,
The parade kicked off at 10:30 a.m. assistance and
Colorful floats made their way down counseling to
Howanut Road. The parade was Native American/
established to show off our tribal Alaskan Natives
departments to the community. to prepare them
for sustainable
This year’s theme was TV cartoons, employment.
and tribal departments shined with For eligibility,
creativity: contact Lead
Planning – Flintstones Rehabilitation
Behavioral Health – Rugrats Counse lor
Casino Administration – Care Bears Orinda Goddard
Law Enforcement – Popeye at 360-709-1875
Head Start – Paw Patrol or Vocational
Wellness Center – Doc McStuffins Rehabilitation
Accounting – Marvel superheroes Program Counselor
Youth Center – TV Cartoons Erika Pickernell at
Philip and Loi drove our pilot car to 360-709-1872.
start our parade as they do every year.
Mustang NW Region Champions players
represented Pony baseball in a mustang
by Ray Secena, Jr. This year, Lucky Eagle
Casino & Hotel rode around in a little

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