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Continued Support for Spokane Tribe of Indians' proposed West Plains Economic Development project

Facts and history continue to bring support to the Spokane Tribe of Indians proposed mixed-use development plans on the West Plains of Spokane County. In an editorial by the former chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission, Harold Monteau, writes: "The Spokane Tribe of Indians should have its Spokane, Washington area lands approved for purposes of Indian gaming. They deserve to be treated no differently than the Kalispel Tribe has been treated and, in fact, may be more deserving in some respects. As chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission, I supported the Kalispel Tribe's right to game on its Airway Heights property; I now do the same for the Spokane Tribe". Mr. Monteau's editorial appears in this week's Indian Country Today newspaper.

Gregory Abrahamson, Spokane Tribal Business Council Chairman commends Mr. Monteau's public words of support. Abrahamson continues by saying, "it's great to see public support with the Spokane Tribe's development plans. The Spokane Tribe has been on a long journey to become self-sufficient. And the additional support from outside of the Spokane Tribe shows that the tribe is on the right path for its tribal members and the good of our neighbors.

The Spokane Tribe of Indians proposed mixed-use development includes 145-acreas of land on the West Plains of Spokane County. The property sits upon the ancestral homelands of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.

For more information about the Spokane Tribe and its West Plains development please visit www.spokanetribe.com.

Triple Play Family Fun Park wins international award

This story is being repeated from yesterday's newsletter due to a typo in the headline:
Triple Play Family fun Park in Hayden, Idaho has won the 2010 Top Family Entertainment Center of the World award from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.

To celebrate the award and the New Year, the 25,000 square foot amusement park, located at 175 North Orchard in Hayden is having a special party New Years' Eve from 6 to 10 pm for $20.11 per person. That includes unlimited use of all Triple Play Attractions & Raptor Reef Indoor Water Park, 2 slices of pizza, soda and an ice cream sandwich. They're also offering raffle prizes including a Tim McGraw autographed guitar. For more information call 1-208-762-PLAY (7529), toll-free 1-877-770-PLAY, or go to their website 3play.com.

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