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Chairwoman Update 5/20/20 – In this edition, Chairwoman Teri Gobin gives us a quick tour of the Gathering Hall and the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino, and lets us know about the reopening of the casinos! A more robust tour of the Gathering Hall will be released next week.
Filmed prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and was to be shared at the 2020 General Council meeting. Twelve members of the Tulalip Youth Council wanted to share with the Tulalip Community what the goals of this year’s youth council are and continue to be.
With the Pilchuck River Dam removal project about to get on its way Brett Shattuck (Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources) and his team install a camera (via climbing a tree). So that the community can see within the hour pictures of the dams deconstruction process.
Why do you mask up? Nine Tulalip youths talk about how Covid-19 has impacted their lives and lives of their families. They speak about why it is important to continue to social distance and they also want you to know why they mask up. Featuring RaeQuan Battle, Julianna & Lillyannah …
In this edition Chairwoman Teri Gobin gives us an update on the COVID-19 cases and talks a bit about the CARES Act tax case that the Tribe won. She finishes with some information about the Casino reopening and Stay Home Stay Safe order. We snuck a PSA message in this …
In this edition, Shelly talks about issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and how it’s affecting Tribal Government. Please note that we were experiencing internet bandwidth connection issues during the recording, so unfortunately the video quality is not what we’d have wished.
Chairwoman Teri Gobin delivers great news about the CARES Act court case. She also tells us about the talks with WA State tribes and the coordination of opening dates of the casinos. She ends with sobering news about the COVID-19 cases affecting Tribal members.
Tulalip Tribes 477/TANF Manager Krisan Fryberg shares some information about the services they offer and Robert Henderson, the TERO Manager, lets us know about possible opportunities for work at the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino construction project.