By Jackie Jacobs
Korey also helped to raise funds for the school with an appearance on First Beach with Quileute elder Chris Morganroth.
"In true Native tradition, she is doing what our ancestors and elders have taught us to do for centuries," Quileute Chairwoman Carol Hatch said. "Tinsel is giving back and sharing her gifts and talents with our Native youth."
Quileute Tribal School principal Al Zantua was quoted by the Peninsula Daily News as saying in a prepared statement: "I think it is fantastic for her to reach out to the kids. After reaching that level of notoriety, it is inspiring and remarkable. Our kids are pretty excited."
Below: "Actress Tinsel Korey leads kindergarteners into the Quileute Tribal School." (Courtesy photo by Yazzie)
"Jackie Jacobs and Tinsel Korey sharing with the youth at Neah Bay."