Teaching the art of drywall installation to a group of young interns housing superintendent Keith Brent gives a quick nailing demonstration on site Feb 8th as part of a building project for Nisqually tribal elders located on the property where it held a potlatch and other festivities as part of the Canoe Journey last summer. The tribe will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for a 20-unit multiplex on Friday that will be built in the same area.
Teaching the art of drywall installation to a group of young interns housing superintendent Keith Brent gives a quick nailing demonstration on site Feb 8th as part of a building project for Nisqually tribal elders located on the property where it held a potlatch and other festivities as part of the Canoe Journey last summer. The tribe will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for a 20-unit multiplex on Friday that will be built in the same area. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Teaching the art of drywall installation to a group of young interns housing superintendent Keith Brent gives a quick nailing demonstration on site Feb 8th as part of a building project for Nisqually tribal elders located on the property where it held a potlatch and other festivities as part of the Canoe Journey last summer. The tribe will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for a 20-unit multiplex on Friday that will be built in the same area. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

The Nisqually Tribe has 139 people waiting for housing. This could trim that number.

October 05, 2017 03:09 PM

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