Firefighter and Activist Stephenie Glas to be honored at Wishtoyo Chumash Village
Traditional Chumash ceremony open to the community to be held July 15
A ceremony to honor the life of Stephenie Glas will be conducted by Chumash Ceremonial Leader, Mati Waiya, in remembrance of her energy and courage as a firefighter, surfer, and conscientious voice of our community.
The ceremony is scheduled for July 15, 2012 at 9 a.m. and is open to the public.
We encourage the community to gather together at this event in celebration and healing.
Chumash Women will offer a special song that will be followed by a "Surfers Circle at Sea" led by Stephanie's beloved companion, Steve Woods along with his Humaliwu Brothers, Glenn Hening and Ken Seino.
Following the surfer’s circle, there will be a sharing of food and friendship at the Chumash Village. Please feel free to bring a special dish of your choice.
***RSVP is required. Please email your RSVP to realmalibu411@
Wishtoyo's Chumash Village in West Malibu
33904 Pacific Coast Highway
Parking at Nicholas Canyon County Beach is $8 per car. You can also park on PCH and walk in. There is no parking inside the Chumash Village. However, please drive to the entrance to drop off Elders and disabled and we will accommodate them immediately. Then you can park elsewhere.
For more information, contact Luhui Isha 424.644.0088:
In lieu of flowers, we ask that you make a donation to the Wishtoyo Foundation in honor of Stephenie Glas, www.wishtoyo.org
Page Updated Last on: Jul 06, 2012