National Day for Truth and Reconciliation recognition at Six Nations includes family pack give-away

Six Nations Elected Council had a family pack in a drive thru event Friday Sept 29 ahead of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, (Sept 30). Handing out the give-aways were Candidates for Six Nations Elected Chief Steve Williams)far left) and councillor Sherri-Lyn Hill (far right), councillor Greg Frazer. Councillor Michelle Bomberry (middle) is not running for re-election. (Photo by Lisa Iesse)

By Lisa Iesse Writer Six Nations Elected Council marked the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (Sept 30) with a family pack give-away. The goodie packages were handed out at the Oneida Business Park Friday (Sept 29) in a drive through give-away with council candidates, council employees and volunteers on hand. Turtle Island News asked about everyone’s plans. “We’ll be celebrating the day tomorrow, sharing it with our family, our children and grandchildren,” said Hailey Anderson and Colleen Montour. “Spending time with the kids together, probably talk about my aunts who went to resident school, we don’t talk about it often,” said another community member. Cindy planned to spend the day enjoying nature and cutting her lawn, avoiding crowds. Rachel planned to take in a Blue Jay game with family…

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