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Thursday, August 9th, 2007
Assabaska Heritage Park
On Beautiful Lake of the Woods
Morson, Ontario, Canada
Featuring: Keith Secola and Wild Band of Indians
With Special Guests:
Shane Yellowbird, George Leach, Cheri Maracle, Percy Tuesday, Ryan Black, Courney Jourdain, Carissa Copenace
A tent meeting will be held in Cat Lake on Aug. 29 - Sept 1, you can contact Councilor Alex Bighead at work 347-2100 or at home 347-2081 for further info.
The theme for the 2007 commemoration of International Youth Day is:
International Youth Day gives the world an opportunity to recognize the potential of youth, to celebrate their achievements, and plan for ways to better engage young people to successfully take action for development. It presents a unique opportunity for all stakeholders to rally together to ensure that young people are included in global, national and local affairs and decision-making.
OFNYPC calls for all Ontario First Nations youth to organize and participate in community events to honor the youth of all Nations.
For more information, please contact Laura Calm Wind at 1-807-626-9339 email@example.com or Nick Mainville Jr. OFNYPC Communications at 807-274-7538
The deadline of August 31 is for presenters on Aboriginal Education to get their proposals into the conference organizers. For more information visit http://www.theconferenceplanner.ca/ABForum