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Tribal Observer Issue: January 1, 2002

New director finding room to ensure customer satisfaction at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort

With over 20 years of gaming and hospitality experience, Mike Vautrin knows success at Soaring Eagle hinges upon catering to its clientele while keeping employees content.

Student council fosters forum for personal input and understanding

A Tribal collegiate group is committed to increasing the community’s involvement with the educational institution.

Healthy activities planned at cultrual center for New Year's Eve; rides also being provided

Coordinators of a New Year’s Eve sober event hope to provide healthy holiday activities for families while giving safe transportation home to others.

New club looking to land a suitable name

The Parks & Recreation Department would like the community’s help this year. The staff has been working on a boxing program that will benefit the youth in this community. The Boxing Barn located on Remus Road now has new doors, windows, lights and heat. Heavy-bags, speed-bags, double end-bags, gloves and a 14-foot floor ring have been acquired. There are four youth registered with the club and 20 signed up, some have been training for well over a month now. This club belongs to the Tribal community, so the staff would like the community to name it.