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Youngsters aged 7 to 15 can learn about the traditional method of processing corn on Oct. 13-14 at the Mary Murray Culture Camp on Sugar Island. Instruction includes the Anishinaabe creation story and how corn was given to the Anishinaabek. The camp features a presentation on drying corn and all participants will take part in shucking corn and learn the process of making hominy.

Pick up is at the Niigaanagiizhik Ceremonial Building on Oct. 13 at 4:15 pm. Return drop off is on Oct. 14 at 5 p.m.

Facilitator is Anishinaabek elder George Martin.

Registration forms available by calling Jackie Minton at 906-635-6050, extension 26144.

Mary Murray Culture Camp Permission Slip

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