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Coyote Valley Playground Grand Opening

Coyote Valley Playground Grand Opening
(October 28, 2015) - Leading with a blessing from Tribal Elder Pricilla Hunter, our Tribal Members, staff and friends gathered together to celebrate the Grand Opening of the new Coyote Valley Playground. Work on the playground began September 12, 2015. The installation and landscaping project was led by the housing department supervisor, John Feliz Sr. and employed 6 other Tribal Members. The $38,000 project includes an American Parks Company Fun’ N Fit playground structure, a new seesaw, tire bouncer, horizontal ladder, benches, picnic tables and barbeques. The play structure offers 10 activities for up to 55 children ages 5 to 12. The playground area has a refurbished basketball court with new backboards and hoops and new landscaping with wood chips, containment boarders, new fencing and overhead lighting. Special thanks to everyone who came to celebrate and enjoy the new playground.
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First Class…

First Class…
(August 12, 2015) – Eleven students graduated this morning from Coyote Valley’s first class of vocational education course. Coyote Valley partnered with Mendocino College, Pinoleville Vocation Rehabilitation and local NCCER qualified instructors to provide classroom and hands-on instruction in basic construction Tribal Members, Tribal Spouses, and Other Native Community Members on the reservation. Participants received college credits for completing each course of study including Safety Standards for Construction, Construction Fundamentals, Building Science and Performance and Introduction to Residential Electrical Systems. In addition to the credit courses the Tribe offered an enhancement courses in between the Spring and Summer semesters. Students experienced basic welding, plumbing, drywall and concrete as well as landscape architecture, environmental protection and horticulture. Building the internal capacity of our people is the best investment we can make as a Tribe. By developing trade skills of our members they will qualify for more jobs on and off the reservation. We hope to be able to continue providing vocational education courses like construction trades, business technologies and hospitality services to our Tribal Members. Thank you to all the members and other students for wanting to participate and sticking with it. We are very proud of each of you. A…
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