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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Awareness Day.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Awareness Day.

Today is #RedDressDay and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Awareness Day. In honor of our missing and murdered Indigenous relatives wear red, listen and makes space for the stories of our survivors and their families, share missing persons’ fliers, speak of the disproportionate rates of violence that our Indigenous people face, and take part of local awareness events. Our Community Domestic Violence Program (CDVAP) hung red dresses in the Puyallup Tribal Administration parking lot on Tuesday, May 3, to bring attention to those who are missing and to commemorate the lives that were taken too soon. MMIW #MMIP #MMIWG2
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Firecracker Alley Update

Firecracker Alley Update

The new location for Puyallup Tribal Members on-site fireworks sales will be located next to the Commencement Bay Cannabis store at 3509 East 72nd, Tacoma, WA 98443. Retail/wholesale fireworks and concession license sales will be conducted at the Puyallup Tribal Administration Building May 31 to June 3 between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. The cost for a license is $500.00 for both on-site and off-site locations with a $100.00 refund to off-site stand owners only.  The maximum number of stands will be 102.  Stand owner/partner must be Puyallup Tribal members and must be present when conducting the business of selling fireworks.…
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A message from Tribal Council

A message from Tribal Council

We offer our deepest sympathy to all who knew and loved Pierce County Sheriff’s Deputy Dom Calata. We honor his memory as a family man who leaves a wife and young son. He dedicated his life to serving others, first in the military and then in the sheriff’s department. It is a blessing to have people like Deputy Calata in our communities. We thank law enforcement community members for their protection of our community. haʔɫ kʷ(i) adsəslabcəbut. Watch over yourselves well.   With gratitude, Your Puyallup Tribal Council
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A message from Tribal Council

A message from Tribal Council

To our fellow Tribal Members, employees and all who share our lands, The safety of all people in our community is our top priority. We appreciate every person who works for peace and safety. Several of us on Council visited our Commencement Bay Cannabis stores on Sunday. The employees who work there show up and provide outstanding service. They are remarkable people and part of our family. Their safety and our customers’ safety is of great importance to us. Every time we decide to open a new cannabis store, security is a top priority. We cannot openly discuss our plans…
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A message from Tribal Council: THANK YOU, Chief Leschi Lady Warriors

A message from Tribal Council: THANK YOU, Chief Leschi Lady Warriors

The Puyallup Tribal Council would like to thank the Chief Leschi girls basketball team for all their hard work this year to take your team to state playoffs. It is an amazing accomplishment for ALL of you.  We want to thank Chief Leschi coaches, cheerleadersand staff as well for their hard work.   You have filled our hearts and spirits with much joy and happiness to watch each and every one of you accomplish such an amazing goal. It shows what kind of leaders you have become. It shows what you can accomplish with teamwork and determination.    Although we…
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