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It’s Back to School time, Six Nations Police are warning watch for the kids and month long police checks. (Photo by Jim C Powless)

Child and Family Services Kickoff Back-to-School By Justin Lethbridge Writer Two weeks before they head back to school Six Nations kids, and their parents, came out in droves to Child and Family Services for a night of free food, fun and giveaways. The Back to School Kickoff Event was held at Child and Family Services on Thursday August 22nd. There were school supplies given out, free BBQ, cotton candy and popcorn as well as face painting, crafts and a bouncy castle for kids to enjoy. SNAP (Stop Now And Play) child and family worker Denneil Annett told the Turtle Island News that this was the second year they’ve held the event. “Last year went really well, we got way more people than we expected. We just wanted to invite families…

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