A dance troop from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians performs during the Donkey Creek ribbon cutting.  The city council voted unanimously Monday to approve $55,000 from the city’s art commission budget to support a project to place a new art piece of Native American art in Austin Estuary Park to honor the local tribe.
A dance troop from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians performs during the Donkey Creek ribbon cutting. The city council voted unanimously Monday to approve $55,000 from the city’s art commission budget to support a project to place a new art piece of Native American art in Austin Estuary Park to honor the local tribe. Charlee Glock Courtesy
A dance troop from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians performs during the Donkey Creek ribbon cutting. The city council voted unanimously Monday to approve $55,000 from the city’s art commission budget to support a project to place a new art piece of Native American art in Austin Estuary Park to honor the local tribe. Charlee Glock Courtesy

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