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Sagamok Multi-Sport Camp

Sagamok Multi-Sport Camp

Summer Time is here! Do you know a child or teen age (8-11), (12-15), (16-17) that would like to be active, have fun, live Anishinaabe culture, be around elders, speak Anishinaabemowin, learn to paddle a canoe/kayak and receive certification with a qualified instructor and be involved with an environmental stewardship project?

The ASWCO N7 Multi Sport & Cultural Camp in Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation will be held August 9th, 10th & 11th, 2016. Our learning will include: Anishinaabe teachings on tobacco, moccasin games, recreational canoe/kayak certification, an introduction to wrestling/mixed martial arts, Anishinaabe social dances and teachings about Ojibwe songs, Ojibwe round dance, snake dance, basketball, volleyball, and more.

Please register early to avoid disappointment! The last 2 camps in Moose Factory and Akwesasne reached full capacity and folks had to be turned away.

This is open to First Nation, Métis, and Inuit youth living in the ASWCO Central Region: Aundeck Omni Kaning, Batchewana, Dokis, Garden River, Henvey Inlet, Magnetawan, Mississaugi, M’Chigeeng, Nipissing, Sagamok, Serpent River, Shawanaga, Sheshegwaning, Sheguiandah, Temagami, Thessalon, Wahnapitae, Wasauksing, Whitefish Lake, Whitefish River, Wikwemikong, Zhiibaahaasing,

Urban Centres: Sudbury, Elliot Lake, Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay

Friendship Centres: Indian Friendship Centre, N’swakamok Friendship Centre, North Bay Indian Friendship Centre, Parry Sound Friendship Centre

To register or if you have any questions please email andy.rickard@aswco.ca or gail.a.trudeau05@gmail.com

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