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Building Circles of Support at Luce County Community Recreation and Resource Center Wednesdays starting Sept. 26 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Open to the Public. 

Sept. 26: talking circle: wisdom: dream catcher
Oct. 10: talking circle: love: dream catcher
Oct. 17: talking circle: respect & honesty
Oct. 24: talking circle: bravery: breaking down the situation: mud mind
Nov. 14: talking circle: humility & truth: laundry soap
Nov. 21: talking circle

Sponsored by Sault Tribe YEA and Luce County Community Recreation and Resource Center. For more information contact Mary Archambeau at 906‑293‑3729 or Lisa Burnside at 906‑484‑2298 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Tell your story

Digital Storytelling Workshop, Sept. 25 – 27, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Health Education Room, second floor at the Chi Mukwa Community Recreation Center, next to Physical Therapy. 

This workshop will guide you through a process of combining Anishinaabe storytelling with modern-day technology and digital media. Create your own 3-minute video story learn the basics of script development, digital imagery and video editing. Record and integrate your voice with your photographs, letters, home videos, and other artifacts.

Space is limited. Bring your own lunch. To register or for more information please contact community health education at 906‑632‑5210.

Digital Storytelling Flyer

Bahweting Anishinabek Tribal Youth Council teamed up with the Sault Tribe Community Health in an effort to make staying fit a team goal for all teens. Bring your work out shoes and meet us at the Chi Mukwa (Big Bear) Community Recreation Center in the volleyball court for intermural sports. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5 to 6 p.m. beginning Sept. 18; 6-week sessions of volleyball, basketball, kickball and badminton; 3-week sessions of lacrosse and dodgeball, yoga and Zumba lessons.

If you have any questions, please contact Jill Lawson at 906‑253‑1321.

Tribal Youth Council a chance for Tribal youth to serve our community and make a better place for all. Meetings are held weekly from 3 to 4 p.m. in Mr. Houghton’s room at the Sault Area High School. Come join us for our first meeting of the year Wednesday, Sept. 26. Transportation is available. For more information, please call Jill Lawson at 906‑253‑1321.

The fifth annual Jackie Germain memorial two-man golf scramble is on Sept. 23 at 3:30 p.m. at The Oaks in Kincheloe. Cost: $25 per person (does not include cart). All proceeds this year go to the family of Zackeri Meingin for funeral expenses. Come join us for a round of golf, prizes, 50/50, food, spirits and fun. Scramble sponsored by the Bunker Bar and Grill staff and community members. For more information, call Bill at 906‑440‑6633.

Front Enterance2Please join us on Monday, Sept. 24, at 11 a.m. for the Shirley Goudreau Elder Housing Complex ribbon cutting ceremony in St. Ignace. The complex is named for Shirley in honor of her many years of service with the Sault Tribe Housing Authority Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors. Refreshments and housing complex tours available after the dedication. Shuttle from Kewadin Shores Casino available. Everyone is welcome to share the experience.

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