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The Clark Event 2011
September 22nd - 25th, 2011
Chinook Indian Country
Long Beach, Washington

To contact us by Snail Mail, Email or the Form below:

The Clark Event  2011
P. O. BOX 306
Foristell, MO 63348
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A Special Thanks :
I want to extend a special thanks to these special people who have helped me plan this amazing adventure for you. Each has extended a helping hand to guide me through the maze of planning an event 2200 miles away.

 - Jim Sayce, Liason, Lewis and Clark National Park & Washington State Historical Society, For his patience and assistance in making The Clark Event 2011 come to fruition. For being my eyes and ears on the Long Beach Penninsula and encouraging me all the way

- Bud Clark for his historical summary of The winter of 1806 No one knows it better than Bud as he portrayed Capt. Wm. Clark for The Discovery Expedition of St. Charles throughout the entire reenactment from 2003 - 2006.

- Ray Gardner, Tribal Chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation for his part in the planning of The Clark Event 2011 and for being a dear friend.

- John McCallum - Owner of Applegate Boatworks and his crew for the amazing job of building the Canoe and for sharing the wonderful pictures and commentay on the Birth of the Canoe.

- Kate Elliott - Chinook Indian Nation Tribal member, friend, advisor and historian! All will enjoy her stories and charisma...

- Mollie Christianson - Guest Relations Mamger- The Adrift Hotel  and Brady & Tiffany Turner (owners) for their generosity and many suggestions in making this event happen.

Blaine and Cheri Walker, 42nd Street Cafe; Nancy Gorshe and Michael Lalewicz, The Depot Restaurant & David and Laurie of The Shelburne Restaurant for their assistance in planning the reception at The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and generosity to the event participants.

- Jesse Mendica - Executive Sous Chef at Annie Gunn's in Chesterfield, Mo for her expertise helping me coordinate menus with The Depot, 42nd Steet Cafe and the Shelburne to plan the reception at The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center.

- Sam Robinson, Vice Chairamn of the Chinook Indian Nation

- Charlie Funk - Chinook Indian Nation tribal member,local historian, teacher and Tour guide with Kate Elliott at Fort Columbia.

- Kris Parker, for her wonderful suggestions for the planning the The Clark Event 2011.

I cannot imagine what I would have done without each and everyone of you.! Planning this event has been an adventure, for those of you attending, I know that you will not be disappointed.

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