Page 12 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - November, 2017
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is a publication of the Confederated
Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation. STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

* Or current resident Leticea Romo and not fooling around in
class is what makes you a
12 Third grade successful student. Always
Fort Stevens try your hardest and never
in brief Elementary School give up is what I tell other
students. I like to be with my
Tribal waste facility renovated My name is Leticea family. On nice days, I enjoy
Romo. I am 9 years old and riding my bike. I also like to
Work on the Chehalis waste facility was go to school at Fort Stevens build things with Legos.
completed in early October to give it a much- Elementary School in Yelm. My After high school, I would like
needed facelift. The changes will reduce the parents are April and Richard Romo to go to University of Southern
workload when bringing in your house and yard and I have one brother. We like to California to study art. If I were
waste. Only tribal members are allowed to use watch movies and play games. Chehalis Tribe chairwoman, I would
the dump, so make sure to bring your tribal be creative and add more totem
identification. Some waste is not accepted at the I love to learn, so I enjoy all of my poles.
site. Please check with the attendant. classes. I think following directions

The facility is open every day excluding Haezen Cayenne successful student. Do what
holidays. Hours are 7:30-4 p.m. weekdays and is asked of you and turn work
8 a.m.-4 p.m. on weekends. Contact Facilities Seventh grade in on time is what I would tell
Manager Ray Secena at 360-709-9004. Oakville Middle School my peers to do. I like to play
outside with my friends and
End of the Trail 2 gets a revamp My name is Haezen the dogs. I am good at math
Cayenne; my friends call me and playing football.
Chehalis Tribal Enterprises started remodeling “Nut.” I am 12 years old and in
the inside of the End of the Trail 2 (EOT 2) the seventh grade at Oakville My plans after high school
convenience store on Oct. 30 with a plan to wrap Middle School. My parents are are to go to college and get a
up this month. Outside fuel pumps will not be Minetta Cayenne and Jeremy Klatush job. I will get there by being on time,
affected. Construction plans include long overdue and I have two brothers and four respectful and nice. In addition, good
refurbishing and improvements to bathrooms, sisters. Our family likes to spend time grades and paying attention in school
coffee and soda fountain counters and hot case together and have fun! will help!
and hot dog roller counters. Register areas will I want to attend a trade school and
get new countertops, the entire store will get new I like everything about school. get a job in construction. If I were the
flooring and a walk-in beer “cave” will be installed. Paying attention, listening and turning tribal chairman, I would build a skate
work in on time is what makes me a park.
For more information, contact Manny Medina
or Chris Klatush at 360-273-1058. Nathan Wittwer thing there is the food!
My advice to others would
Wellness Center events 11th grade
Oakville High School be do not buy a used camera
Podiatry clinic: Dr. Deborah Behre will be from Goodwill. In my spare
at the Chehalis Tribal Wellness Center from My name is Nathan time, I enjoy sleeping, eating
1-4:30 p.m. Dec. 6, 8 a.m.-noon Dec. 19 and Wittwer and I am in the 11th and playing video games.
Jan. 9, 1-4 p.m. Jan. 17. grade at Oakville High School.
My GPA is 3.28. My parents I want to attend The
Monthly Community Walk: Join others for are Sharon Francis and Wakiza Evergreen State College
a fun fitness walk. The walk will begin at noon Wittwer and I have two sisters and to study art and become a
Dec. 21. at the clinic. If you walk, please sign a five brothers. graphic designer. I also would like to
sign-up sheet at various tribal office locations. load and unload big ships.
The most important thing to do at If I were chairman of the tribe,
Mammogram Clinic: Service is with Swedish school is to stay focused. My favorite I would put a Goodwill on the
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. March 27. reservation.

Food program ready to serve Contributed by the Chehalis Tribe K-12 Program

The South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency’s
USDA Food Distribution Program offers frozen
meats such as bison, pork chops and ham and
delicious in-season fruits.

Tribal community members can get an
application from Debra Shortman at the Chehalis
Tribal Wellness Center. To sign up, call the
warehouse at 360-438-4216 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday through Friday. The next distribution
date is Dec. 12. Pickup is at the Chehalis Tribal
Community Center from 9:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
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