S'Klallam Tribe Be The Change Skatepark Unveiling

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On April 12, 2014 the S'Klallam Tribe in Washington State, joined by pro skateboarders Ryan Sheckler and David Reyes, unveiled their new skatepark with a ceremony and tribal feast for hundreds of Native Americans. This is the first skatepark on the reservation, and it was made possible by the Sheckler Foundation's first-ever "Be the Change" project. The youth of the S'Klallam Tribe submitted their cause for a new skatepark and received the most votes for their plans to build a much-needed skatepark and basketball court in their community.

For additional info on The Sheckler Foundation check out shecklerfoundation.org; follow facebook.com/shecklerfoundation, LinkedIn, @SheckFoundation on Twitter and @ShecklerFoundation on Instagram.

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