Six Islanders recently cited for Seventh Generation Charity Anishinabek Lifetime Achievement Awards – Manitoulin Expositor

Six Islanders recently cited for Seventh Generation Charity Anishinabek Lifetime Achievement Awards – Manitoulin Expositor

by ahnationtalk on August 5, 2020130 Views

MANITOULIN – Six Manitoulin Island and Whitefish River First Nation residents have been cited and recognized for their efforts to their First Nation communities with prestigious awards through the Anishinabek Nation Seventh Generation Charity Anishinabek Lifetime Achievement Awards.

The list of local award winners includes James Megwanabe of Whitefish River First Nation, Sandra Margaret Peltier of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory, Hazel Recollet of M’Chigeeng First Nation, Theresa Recollet of Whitefish River First Nation and Mary Jo Wabano and Myles Webkamigad, both of Wiikwemikoong.

“The Anishinabek Lifetime Achievement Awards recognize those individuals who have made a lifetime commitment to improving life on First Nations through volunteerism, political service, language preservation, health services, social services, personal achievement, cultural practice, as well as survivors of resident school and those who served in the military.”

Read More: https://www.manitoulin.ca/six-islanders-recently-cited-for-seventh-generation-charity-anishinabek-lifetime-achievement-awards/

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