Me Yah Whae Spring-Summer 2022

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Me Yah Whae Spring-Summer 2022 is a magazine devoted to the Agua Caliente story; past, present, and future. Me Yah Whae features contributions by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians relating to art, the environment, business, leadership, entertainment, hospitality, and other issues affecting the Coachella Valley. The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians represents one of the most significant cultural histories in California and is a dynamic force in the Coachella Valley with its economic development efforts, philanthropy and civic leadership.

FEATURES

Pampering with Purpose
Meet the duo working behind the scenes to make The Spa at SĂ©c-he a leader in the wellness industry.

Dedication on Display
Two museum professionals are helping to create a new cultural home for the Agua Caliente people.

Preserving the Past
A delicate balance of conservation and safeguarding cultural heritage defines the Indian Canyons.

Built for His Time
Through decades of persistence and innovation, Richard M. Milanovich helped transform the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians into a national model of a prosperous modern-day tribal government.

COMMUNITY

Generations — Michael Dean Chormicle
From fishing to spending time with family, the little things make life sweet for this Tribal member.

Traditions — Staying in the Game
The Agua Caliente Tribe keeps traditional pastimes alive for the next generation.

Giving Back — A Generous Round
The Agua Caliente Charity Golf Tournament brings Tribal members, golfers, and nonprofits together for a good cause.

Stewards of Nature — Heritage and Habitat
The Bighorn Youth Academy features one of the area's most mesmerizing—and endangered—species.

Valley Partners — Shifting Perspectives
DSUSD partners with the Tribe to implement ethnic studies in five area high schools.

Valley Partners — Power in Learning
Honoring Nations Award recognizes the Agua Caliente Tribe's groundbreaking third-grade curriculum.

Valley Partners — 'View' Factor
VUE Palm Springs, a new residential community, offers desirable living in the heart of downtown.

LIVING

Entertainment — Good Vibrations
The Beach Boys kicked off what promises to be a fun, fun, fun year of live entertainment at The Show.

Dining — The Breakfast Club
From fluffy frittatas to childhood favorites, these chef picks make every morning feel sunny side up.

Golf — On Course
Meet Phil Woodrum, the new Indian Canyons Golf Resort General Manager.

Spa — Hey, Honey
Enjoy the sweeter side of a spa day when you buzz into Sunstone Spa for the most popular couple's treatment.

Outdoors — Insider's Guide to the Indian Canyons
Brush up on these hiking essentials before hitting the trails.

LUCK

Lessons From the Table — Striking Gold
A popular variation on the standard baccarat game offers faster hands and more ways to win.

What's Hot — The Perfect Puff
PĂ­vat Cigar Lounge is doubling down on its luxury.

By The Numbers — Agua Caliente Fuel
More space and amenities make this new convenience station a must for anyone on the go.

At Your Service — Fast, Fun & Friendly
The team at Agua Caliente Fuel shares a sneak peek inside the Coachella Valley's latest, and most unique, convenience station.

Hospitality — Perfect Pair
Casino hosts elevate a player's experience; here are five things to know about these relationship-building roles.

We've Got Spirit
Meet the top talent at Agua Caliente Casinos

IN EVERY ISSUE

Chairman's Message

Ancient Origins

First Look

Go. See. Do.

Deep Impressions

ON THE COVER
Former Tribal Chairman Richard M. Milanovich helped transform the Agua Caliente into a modern-day tribal government.