Message From The Chief of the 56th Elected Council – Six Nations of the Grand River
This year marks the 27th Annual Six Nations Community Awareness Week. This year’s events are scheduled to take place from May 13th to May 26th, 2015. On May 18th, 2015, Six Nations of the Grand River will also celebrate its 91st year of our Annual Bread and Cheese Day.
The Six Nations Elected Council would like to welcome the participation of community members in the Community Awareness Week events. These events provide an opportunity for the Departments of the Six Nations Elected Council, local businesses, schools and other organizations, to share their services and the many talents that are available to the community. Although we do provide a number of programs and services, we find that they are not used by community members as much as they could be. We encourage all of you to come out to find out more about these services and to have some fun.
We would also like to acknowledge the Community Awareness Week Committee for all the hard work they have undertaken to organize the various events, as well as the local businesses, schools and organizations who have taken the time to make arrangements for a successful Community Awareness week.
The Six Nations Elected Council looks forward to seeing you at the Administration Building for its Charity BBQ on Friday, May 22, 2015.
I also want to take this opportunity to call upon all community members to join us in a Public Campaign related to drug and alcohol abuse and bullying and suicide. Please watch for the information and do take part in the Campaign. This is our community and we all need to work together to make it a safe and healthy place for us to live.
Chief G. Ava Hill
Six Nations of the Grand River
Download the Official Program for Community Awareness Week 2015.