Battle with the Northwind
Retells the S'Klallam folktale of a squirrel and a wren that outwitted and subdued the northiwind to end a time of bitter cold and harsh conditions for the S'Klallam people.
From the South Campus Totem Pole Carvings - Dale Faulstich, Lead Carver and Designer.
Assistant Carvers: Nathan Gilles and Ed Charles. Volunteer Carver: Harry Burlingone. Photo by Dale Faulstich
1033 Old Blyn Hwy
Sequim, WA 98382
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Youth and Teen Development Program
Through a wide range of programs and activities the Youth and Teen program goals are to promote leadership, Native values, self-reliance, self-confidence, health and fun, while at the same time exploring our Indian heritage and celebrating our community.
Summer Youth Program – for 8 weeks during the summer our youth entering the 5th-8th grades are kept busy with cultural heritage trips, science camps, history excursions, hikes, sailing trips, Elder support, art days, gardening and just plain old summer fun.
Asking permission to come a shore at Lake Crescent.
Afterschool Program – whether we are helping to tutor the children of the Tribe or making tobacco prevention videos, going swimming or bowling, you can always find a smile on our faces.
Youth and Teen Development – throughout the school year we promote leadership through attending a variety of camps or partnerships with other organizations. This can include attending leadership summits, conferences, camping trips, pow-wows, sponsoring family events, art gallery events, or inter-Tribal activities
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