Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Snow Storm Postponements

Due to inclement weather, two events have been postponed until a later date. The Heritage Boys and Girls basketball teams had their December 19th home game vs. Lummi cancelled. Secondly, the Special General Council set for December 20th was postponed as well. Check back for updates, we will post them as soon as they come in.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Tribal Gym Open to Homeless Tribal Members

The Tulalip Tribal gym is open from 5 pm to 8 am for Tulalip Tribal Members to get out of the cold temperatures. A warm supper and breakfast will be served; the following rules must be followed:

  • Must be a Tribal member or spouse (I am sure that if someone is in need we will not turn them away)
  • No use of alcohol or drugs during your stay
  • Men and women can not sleep together
  • No fighting or disrespectful behavior
  • No in and out privileges
  • No smoking in the gym.

Maintenance workers will staff the gym all night and the Tribal Police will be coming through to do checks.

We are purchasing 20 sleeping bags, pillows, small travel kits with shampoo, soap, etc, and towels. In the morning, we will have them roll up their sleeping bags and pillows and tape them into a garbage bag with their name on it – in case they come back again tomorrow night.

We will be cooking a light supper and breakfast.

Food Drive

Help support the Red Church. From December 15 through December 22, 2008 the Red Church will be accepting donations for the last week before Christmas. If you have not donated, there's still time. If you have donated already, there's still room for more. Non-perishable food items are the best to give due to their long shelf life. Food drive boxes are located at the Tribal Center Front Desk, Casino Reception Desk, TDS Reception Desk, Tulalip Health Clinic, Tulalip Police Department and the South Lot Reception Desk. For more information on how to donate, contact Mytyl Hernandez at (360) 716-4013.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Heritage Hawks Basketball Scores

The Tulalip Heritage Hawks had a perfect record this week. The boys and girls basketball teams won both of their games. On Tuesday, Heritage girls outscored Marysville-Pilchuck sophomores 67 to 16. Meanwhile, Heritage boys defeated the M-P sophomores 79 to 64. That was on December 9th. Following Tuesdays win, Heritage was matched up against Grace Academy on Wednesday, December 10th. The short turn around had little effect on the outcome. Grace Academy girls were defeated by a score of 39 to the Heritage girls 56 points. Heritage boys responded similarly, defeating Grace Academy boys by a score of 57 points to 34.

Note: Basketball games are playing on KANU-TV channel 99 as per the schedule. Additionally, both games are "on-demand" and can be played back at your convenience. Just check out www.kanutv.com for more information.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Heritage Hawks Basketball

Tuesday, December 9, 2008 the Heritage Hawks Basketball teams will host their first home games of the 2008-2009 season. As of this posting, both Heritage Boys and Heritage Girls won their first games of the season, off to a perfect start. This year will be different than in years past because of the new gym location. Until this year, Heritage played their games at the main tribal gym. Now, the games will be played at the new Options campus off of 27th ave. Girls hoops starts at 5pm, boys at 7pm. Come out and support your Tulalip athletes!

As before, the Tulalip Tribes Communications Department will be video taping this season's home games. If you cannot attend, be sure to check out KANU TV channel 99 or online at www.kanutv.com for play back times.

Friday, December 5, 2008

Indian Tacos for Hibulb Center Fundraiser

Join us at the Tribal gym this weekend for tantalizing eats. The Cultural Resources Department is hosting a Chili Feed/Indian Tacos feed to help raise money for the Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve. Contribute to a great cause, meet up with old and new friends, load up the toppings, and most importantly, enjoy yourself. Tacos and chili will be served from 11am until 3pm on both Saturday and Sunday, the 6th and 7th of December.

While you are at the gym, you won't be able to miss the Annual Christmas Bazaar going on in full effect. Be sure to bring some extra money in case you spot that perfect holiday gift. We look forward to seeing you this weekend!

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

College Registration

Its never too late to earn your college degree. You can register for college classes this Thursday, December 4th between 3:00pm and 6:00pm. Or register on Friday, December 5th between 10:00am and 3:00pm in the former STARS room, South Lot building. Spots are still available at both Everett Community College and Edmonds Community College. What are you waiting for? A college degree can truly be a "key" to success.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Thanksgiving Dinner

You are invited for Thanksgiving Dinner! Although no major announcements have gone out, just like in years past, the Tribe will continue to host its annual feast. This year's Thanksgiving Dinner will be served at the Tribal gym on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 27th). Doors open at 11:30am, so come early because you will still have time for a second Thanksgiving Dinner later on in the evening. Hope to see you there!

Monday, November 24, 2008

The Magic of Recycling

Recycling is an important part of maintaining our environment and waste management costs. Please come out and learn about what you can do to help the Tribe as we endeavor to preserve our natural and financial resources for future generations. Magician Steffan Soule will bless us with his presence on Tuesday, December 2, 2008 at the Tribal Gym at 5:00pm and will explain the magic of recycling. There will be snacks, drinks, door prizes and a raffle, everything you need for a good time. For more information contact: Regina MacCurdy at (360) 716-4844.

Friday, November 21, 2008

YMCA Youth Basketball Signups

Mark your calendars. The Marysville YMCA Rookie Basketball sign-ups are underway. The Rookie Basketball program provides the opportunity to learn fundamental basketball skills. The game is modified to accommodate special goal heights and ball sizes. Every player has the opportunity to play at least half of each game. The Rookie Basketball season lasts from January 17 through February 21, 2009. Sign up soon because the last day to register is Sunday, November 30, 2008.

Financial Assistance:
The YMCA of Snohomish County makes every effort to ensure that no person, especially youth, will be denied access to programs and membership because of financial hardship.

For more information contact Lisa Blowers at (360) 651-1610. Or stop by the Marysville YMCA.

Marysville/North County Branch
YMCA of Snohomish County
6420 60th Drive NE
Marysville, WA 98270
(360) 653-9622 Tel
(360) 653-2329 Fax

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Annual Christmas Bazaar

It's that time of year again. Time for the Annual Christmas Bazaar, which is a collection of Native American vendors who come together just in time for the holdays. Don't miss this great opportunity for Christmas shoppers to meet with talented vendors. Originally created by Caroline "Uppy" Thornberry, this year's Christmas Bazaar will be the first without her. In honor of Uppy, Tammy Taylor decided to carry on this tradition.

As before, the Bazaar will be located in the Tribal Center.
Tribal Members can set up a booth free of charge and the General Public can set up a booth for $20. Tables will be provided.


Saturday and Sunday, December 6th and 7th from 8:00am until 3:00pm.

Saturday and Sunday, December 13th and 14th from 8:00am until 3:00pm.

Please contact Tammy Taylor for more information at (425) 501-4141 or (360) 653-6131.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Great American Smoke Out

Thursday November 20, 2008 is the Great American Smoke Out. (GASO) It is an excellent time to stop smoking for good, we have a lot of support available to help you quit. We truly care about you, your health and your families health. Approximately 40% of Native Americans smoke, almost double the national average. Unfortunately 443,000 premature deaths annually are due to smoking and related complications. If you stop by Nadine E. Carter's office at the Health Clinic today in room 616, she has made available a special free gift to help you succeed in your effort to quit.

Please call
Nadine E. Carter at (360) 651-4898 for extra suggestions to quit smoking, or call the Quit line at 1 (800) 784-8669.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Puget Sound Blood Drive

The Puget Sound Blood Bank is in need of blood. They requested for the Tulalip Health Clinic to host a drive. Therefore, on Friday November 21, 2008 please come and donate blood. Donors are welcome from 8:00 am until 11:00 am at the Tulalip Health Clinic. If you donate you can receive one hour of compensatory time. Please drop by and hopefully save someone's life with your donation.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Karen Fryberg, TTT Community Health Director, at (360) 651-4515.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Parent Group - Moving through Fear

Need help being a better parent? Join up with Melinda Contraro and other parents to talk about the issues most important to families today. This week's meetings will cover the topic of Fear, and how to move through it.

The meetings will take place at the Education Building "F" (across from the Boys & Girls Club) from 12pm-1pm on November 19 & 20, 2008. An evening session is scheduled for November 19 from 5:30pm until 7:30pm.

**Due to limited space child care is only available during the evening group**

Questions? Call Melinda Contraro at (360) 716-4904

Sponsored by: Tulalip Parents as Teachers

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Food Drive

This year we will be helping out the Red Church by hosting a food drive. Every year the Red Church creates food baskets to help families during the holidays.

There are food drive drop off boxes at;

- The Health Clinic

- Police Station

- Tribal Center (reception desk)

- Tulalip Casino (reception desk)

- South Lot (reception desk)

- and TDS (reception desk)

Food banks country wide are short of food this year, we hope that you will be able to contribute in any way this season.

Attached is a flier with a list of items food banks are in need of.

For more information about how you can help or donate, please contact Mytyl Hernandez at (360) 716-4013 or email her at mhernandez@tulaliptribes-nsn.gov

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Reading Meeting

Parents interested in helping to jump start their child's love of reading should come on down to the Tulalip Elementary school tomorrow. Lasting from 11:30am thru 1:00pm, all Quil Ceda and Tulalip elementary school parents are invited to attend. The Reading Meeting will focus on ways to make reading more enjoyable for children, complete with activities and books. Lunch will be provided, so there's no excuse not to attend.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Ballot Party

Tomorrow is election day in the United States. If you have not mailed in your ballot already, stop by the Tribal gym tomorrow and submit your ballot there. Each ballot will be entered into a raffle with various prizes going to a few lucky winners. Ballots must be submitted before 3:30pm in order to be entered into the raffle. Raffle drawing takes place from 3:30pm to 5:00pm. Let your vote be heard. We hope to see you there.

Friday, October 31, 2008

Flagger Class

The TERO is conducting a flaggers training class on Wednesday, November 12. At this time, the class will hold about 8 more people. If you or someone you know would like to attend this training please contact Julie Sohappy at (360) 651-3852.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Get out the Vote

The Public Affairs department is organizing their final door knocking efforts encouraging people to vote and reminding them that ballots are due next Tuesday, November 4. They will be out in the community door knocking tonight at 5:30pm and Saturday from 1pm-5pm. Door knocking is a great outreach effort to get voters to turn in their ballots (and a good way to get some exercise!).

The Public Affairs department needs your help. Their goal is to reach 200 doors to remind people to turn in their ballot. They will also drop off their flier for the November 4th Ballot Party at the Tribal Gym from 12pm-5pm on November 4th.

Door knockers will meet at the Quil Ceda Village Administration Building for both door knocking attempts. Thursday they will meet at 5pm and Saturday they will meet at 12:30pm.

Mytyl Hernandez can provide maps and a script for anyone interested in helping. Please email Mytyl or call Theresa Sheldon at (425) 508-6556 to volunteer.


Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Family Help Line

Nurturing and raising children can be a tough job. Between the successes and the joys can come periods of doubt and frustration. Sometimes, parents and providers just want a listening ear. Sometimes, they want to find a parent education class. The Family Help Line of Parent Trust of Washington State can help connect families with the resources they want and need.

What Is the Family Help Line?

A toll-free, confidential "warm line" staffed by supportive, trained English and Spanish-speaking Parenting Coaches. Coaches listen to concerns and successes, help problem solve, and help families connect to local community resources.

Family Help Line Hours
Monday – Friday………9am to 10pm
Saturday & Sunday……10am to 6pm

If you have questions and want to learn more about the programs and services that Parent Trust offers, e-mail or call them at:


E. Washington Office: (509) 454-4000

W. Washington Office: (206) 233-0156

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

October is SIDS Awareness Month

October is SIDS awareness month. SIDS stands for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. SIDS occurs when an apparently healthy baby aged one month to a year dies suddenly and without cause while asleep. SIDS is the leading cause of death among one month to one year olds. As the name suggests, SIDS can occur at any time without obvious warning signs. Here are some precautions to reduce the risk of SIDS. Provide good medical care and adequate nutrition during pregnancy. Keep the baby in a smoke free environment as secondhand smoke is a reliable contributor to SIDS. Breastfeeding, minimal blankets and pillows in the crib, and putting the baby to sleep on their back all decrease the risk for SIDS.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Men's Health Fair

The Health Clinic staff is hosting a Men’s Wellness Day on November 7th, 2008 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. They will be having an array of Health Screening {ie. Cholesterol Screening, Blood Pressures, Prostate Cancer Screens, Diabetes Screens, Vision Screens and anyone that gets a Dental Screen will receive an Braun Oral B battery operated toothbrush} and there will much more health information booths. There will be raffles every hour, and nice participation gifts! So, please take the time to come and take care of your health on November the 7th at the Tulalip Health Clinic.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Karen Fryberg, TTT Community Health Director, at (360) 651-4515.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Tulalip Youth Services Dance

Friday October 24, the Youth Services Department is hosting a dance for middle school students. Dancing begins at 8pm and ends at midnight. The entrance fee will be in the form of canned food donations that will go to the food bank. For more information, contact the Youth Services Department at (360) 716-4921.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

GED Testing

It is never too late to earn your GED. In the next three months, NorthWest Indian College will offer GED testing once a month in November, December and January. Please see attached flyer.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Marysville Youth Wrestling Club

Who: 5 year old kids to 8th grade kids

What: Folk-Style Wrestling (like High School, Collegiate)

Where: Totem Middle School (Located @ 7th and State)

When: Starting Monday, November 3rd

Practices: Monday and Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M.

Sign-ups will take place during first couple practices.

For more information, contact Head Coach: Tony Hatch (425) 754-0666

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Need Parental Support?

Are you feeling the pinch of food and gas prices?

Want to network with other parents?

Just want to win free stuff?

Well… join us for one of our Parent Groups at the Education Building ‘F’. (across from the Boys & Girls Club)

On October 15 & 16, 2008 there will be a meeting from 12pm - 1pm to discuss the topic of Gossip and Healthy Communication. Those who cannot attend in the afternoon will get a chance to catch the evening session. The evening session begins at 5:15pm and runs until 7:30pm.

On October 29 & 30, 2008 there will be a meeting from 12pm - 1pm to discuss the topic of Structure and Consequences for kids. Those who cannot attend in the afternoon will get a chance to catch the evening session. The evening session begins at 5:15pm and runs until 7:30pm.

We will have a raffle for prizes and gift cards for those attending. Hope to see you there!

For more information, contact Melinda Contraro at (360) 716-4904.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

2nd Annual Native American Veteran's Pow-Wow

Saturday, November 15th Totem Middle School in Marsyville will host its 2nd Annual Native American Veteran's Pow-Wow. Doors open for dinner at 5pm in the cafeteria. At 6pm, the Pow Wow begins in the gym and lasts until 10pm. Wayne Thunderchild will be the Master of Ceremonies. There will be a hoop dance exhibition, dancing, drumming, and singing. This event is free and everyone is welcome. Totem Middle School is located at 1605 7th Street in Marysville, Wa. A vendor table requires an item donated to the raffle and $20. For more information contact Jerri Hamley at (360) 657-0971 or JuJu Joseph at (360) 657-6215.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Money Problems?

Budgets can help save you hundreds of dollars per year. Are you curious where your paychecks went? Do you need someone to help you create a budget?

Please join us on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 5:00pm at the Tulalip Tribes Housing Assistance Program’s office: 6319 23rd Ave NE,Tulalip, WA 98271

Please call ahead for confirmation:

Contact Paul Steinbach at (360) 716-4834 or Ilia Brown at (360) 716-4821

Friday, October 10, 2008

Biddy Basketball Tournament

It’s Biddy Ball Time! Youth Services is having it’s annual, Biddy Basketball Jamboree, two divisions, 3 & 4 and 5 & 6 year olds. It will be held November 15th at Tribal Center. Check it out if you have children interested or a team that would like to participate, hope to see you there. For more information contact Toby Jones at (360) 716-4881 or Doug Salinas at (360) 716-4925.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Semi-Annual General Council Reminder

The 2008 Semi-Annual General Council is this Saturday, October 11. Voting for Commission elections will take place from 7am until 1pm. Semi-Annual General Council begins at 10am. For the first time, Semi-Annual General Council will be held at the new Tulalip Resort/Casino in the Orca Meeting Room.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

See-Yaht-Sub Cancellation

Due to lack of staff, there will be no October 15th edition of the See-Yaht-Sub printed. The See-Yaht-Sub Editor is in the hospital; her daughter, the See-Yaht-Sub Layout Designer is with her; and the See-Yaht-Sub Lead Reporter is out of the country.

Articles and announcements slated for the Oct. 15th issue will be printed in the Oct. 22nd issue. The deadline for that edition is this Friday, October 10th.

We apologize for all of the inconveniences that this is causing. Thank you for your understanding.

If you have any questions, please call Lita Sheldon, Communications Manager at 360-716-4201.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

On-Call Tutors

The Youth Services Education Department is looking for anyone interested working with youth (kindergarten through 12th grade) to be On-Call Tutors. High school diploma or GED required. Fill out an On-Call employment application at the Tulalip Employment office (south lot) along with Tulalip and Marysville school district background checks. For more information, contact Valda Gobin of the Education department at (360) 716-4905 or email her at velixman@tulaliptribes-nsn.gov

Monday, October 6, 2008

Employment Boot Camp

We will be holding our next Employment Boot Camp on October 27-30, 2008. Attached is the new flyer. For any questions please contact Luis Hernandez by e-mail or phone. Thank you very much for your time.

Luis Hernandez
ARM Coordinator
Wk: (360)716-4023
Fax: (360)651-4571
Cell: (425)754-7014

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Last Day to Register to Vote

There will be a voter registration party at the Housing Conference Room tomorrow from 12pm-5pm. The housing conference room is located off of water works road at 3107 Reuben Shelton Drive. Tomorrow is the last day to register to vote in this year's election. Please stop by, grab some lunch and register to vote! Everyone is welcome.

Rookie Floor Hockey

The Marysville YMCA Rookie Sports league is designed to provide a positive team experience for all participants. The emphasis in this unique sports program is on fun, skill development, sportsmanship and teamwork. Children meet every Saturday for 6 weeks. They practice and play during the same time period. All participants receive team shirts and an award at the end of the season. Rookie sports are geared for children ages 3-6 years old.

Registration: October 1st-26th

Season: November 15th - December 20th

Fee: YMCA Member: $30
Program Member: $60

Questions?: Contact Lisa, (360) 651- 1610

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Your Child Support Questions Answered

Need help filling out child support forms? At Tulalip Child Support Services, we're facilitating visits from the State to help Tribal members have their concerns addressed. Save a trip or phone call to the Everett Field office. Second Thursday of each month starting October 9, 2008 from Noon-3:30pm at the Language Department (Old Health Clinic).

For more information call Tulalip Child Support Services at (360)716-4556

Graffiti Task Force First Meeting

Executive Director Martin Napeahi has set up the first meeting for the Graffiti Task Force. The first meeting will be held on October 8th at 9:00am in the Tribal Gym. This is an open to anyone that wants to help. For more information, contact Martin Napeahi at (360) 651-3913

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Boys & Girls Club Needs Volunteers

The Tulalip Boys & Girls Club is building a new playground and they need your help. November 9th and 10th are scheduled as pre-build days. Starting at 7am on November 11th please join up with the following partners to make the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club even better; Tulalip Resort Casino, Quil Ceda Creek Casino, Tulalip Lions Club, United Rentals, Costco, Tulalp Construction Training Center, Gobin Trucking, Kaboom, TERO, Home Depot, Tulalip Tribes, Boys & Girls Club and the NFL Seahawks. All types of volunteers are needed. Kids are welcome as well. For more information contact (360)-716-3400.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Hibulb Museum Ideas and Concerns

There is a community meeting scheduled for September 30th at 5:00 pm in the Tribal gym. Please bring and ideas or concerns for the new Hibulb Museum. Dinner will be served. Everyone is welcome.

Time: 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Location: Tribal gym

For more information, contact Jody Downes at (360) 716-4823

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Support Tribal Youth Football!

Eleven Tulalip Tribal youth are playing football for the Everett Nighthawks. Come watch Joshua Iukes, Rae Quan Battle, Keeshon Kennebrew, Kaleb Gobin, Staycee Robinson, Robert Miles, Jr., Robert Fryberg, Nathaniel Enick, Jaime Hernandez, Payton Comenote, and Roxanne Conway play. For more information check out the Nighthawks’ website www.everettnighthawks.com, or call Coach Bubba Fryberg at 425-508-0546.

Peewee Games

October 4th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Snohomish raiders at Snohomish, 9:00 am

October 11th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Monroe Bearcats at Monroe, 9:00 am

October 18th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Marysville Mustangs, at Marysville, 10:30 am

October 25th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Sultan Pirates at Monroe, 9:00 am

Midgets Games

October 4th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Marysville Wildcats at Marysville, 12:00 pm

October 11th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Monroe Bearcats, at Monroe, 12:00 pm

October 18th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Marysville Jaguars at Marysville, 12:00 pm

October 25th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Snohomish Jets at Snohomish, 12:00 pm

Juniors Games

October 4th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Marysville Grizzlies at Marysville, 1:30 pm

October 11th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Monroe Bearcats at Monroe, 3:00 pm

October 18th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Marysville Kodiaks at Marysville, 3:00 pm

October 25th, Everett Nighthawks vs. Snohomish Chargers at Snohomish, 3:00 pm

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Boys & Girls Club Haunted House

Check out the Second Annual Tulalip Boys & Girls club Teen Haunted House. Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 24th-26th. If you have $5 and are looking for a good time, you found it. All proceeds benefit Boys & Girls club youth. For more information contact the Tulalip Boys & Girls club at 360-716-3400.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Community Task Force to Address Drug Abuse on Rez

Herman Williams, Sr. is heading a community task force to address drug abuse on the reservation. The first meeting will be held on October 2nd, at 5:00 pm in the tribal gym. For more information contact Dale Jones or Virginia Carpenter at 360-716-4684.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Walk Now for Autism Fundraiser

If you want to support research into autism, come down to the Tulalip Health Clinic on September 23rd for a bake sale and Indian taco feed. The event, coordinated by tribal members Crystal Wayne, Veronica Iukes and Sarah Miller, will start at 11:30 am and run until 1:30 pm. The money that is raised will go to the Walk Now for Autism fundraiser. For more information contact Crystal Wayne at 360-651-4305, or Sarah Miller at 360-716-4198.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Native Vote Registration

On September 20th, Theresa Sheldon from Tulalip Governmental Affair, Native Vote Washington staff and volunteers from the community will be going to every housing development on the reservation to register new voters. If you want to find out when they’ll be in your neighborhood, or if you’d like to help, contact Theresa Sheldon at 360-716-5045.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Graffiti Task Force

Administrative Services Executive Director Martin Napeahi is setting up a graffiti task force to try and deal with the graffiti on the reservation. He's already gotten a great response from the community and is working on the task force's first meeting. If you are interested in helping contact Martin at 360-651-3913.

Monday, September 15, 2008

The GM Report for the Week of Sept 15th

This week's episode of the Shelly Lacy's GM Report can be seen on KANU 99. You can also watch it online at www.kanutv.com.

This week, we learn about new policies that the Board passed concerning early check releases. Shelly also introduces us to Jacob Setterberg, the Employee of the Month for September. In addition, you will want to check out this week's Lushootseed Phrases of the Week and all our Upcoming Events.

Feel free to leave us a comment and let us know what you think of this week's episode and any ideas you might have for future stories and topics.

Welcome to The GM Report Blog!

You have found the companion blog to the weekly General Manager's Report, an original show created by and for the Tulalip Tribes. This is a place where you can catch up on Tulalip news, upcoming events and everything that's happening this week around the Rez! Feel free to leave us a comment or two and tell us what you think of the show and what you'd like to see featured on future episodes.