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Articles from the April 16, 2009 edition

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Tiny powwow dancers perform in AMBE event

The A’nowara’kowa Arena floor felt the beat of tiny feet Wednesday morning as the Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Board of Education’s Early Years students...

 

One community member to carry Olympic Torch

The Akwesasne Torchbearer Selection Committee announced that it has launched a process for selecting a torchbearer for the Akwesasne leg of the 2010...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    April 16, 2009

Mohawk family opens area’s first vineyard and winery

Marjorie Skidders and her family have made history recently as they have officially started this area’s first vineyard and winery. Laughing Crow...

 

Charlotte A. Cook

Mrs. Charlotte A. (Benedict) Cook, age 89, of Onondaga Nation passed away peacefully in the evening of Saturday, April 11, 2009 at the home of her...

 

Nancy Bova Chaussi

Mrs. Nancy “Kwanentawi” Bova Chaussi, age 70, of 1206 Island Road East, Cornwall Island, peacefully passed away on Friday morning (April 10,...

 

Theresa (Cook) Phillips

Mrs. Theresa (Cook) Phillips, age 93, 1083 Drum Street Road, Akwesasne, died Wednesday evening (April 8, 2009) at Cornwall Community Hospital,...

 

Quilt Raffle for Autism Awareness Month

Reece Clute-Francis and his family are selling raffle tickets to help support research into causes of Autism. His mom and grandmother created a...

 

Dear Editor

Dear Editor: I am a sixth grade teacher at the St. Regis Mohawk School. The students in my classroom just completed a unit on persuasive letters. Each student chose a topic that was important to him o...

 

Thanks

Thanks A heartfelt expression of appreciation for all those who participated in the fundraiser for Quintyn Jackson, our newborn grandson, son, and...

 

Thanks

Sekon, My name is Micki King. I recently participated in an endurance event as a member of the Leukemia & Lymphoma society’s (LLS) Team on March...

 

Niawenhkowa

Niawenhkowa On behalf of all the parents, students and staff, Niawenhkowa to everyone who joined us at The AFS fundraiser this past Saturday and to everyone who tried their luck on our Spring Theme...

 

Notice of Recall from the Fire Marshall

Submitted by the HAVFD The Office of the Fire Marshal is notifying the public that on March 10, 2009, Maytag Corporation announced a voluntary recall of various refrigerator models. An electrical...

 

Salmon River Central School Gets Creative with MDA’s Shamrock Program

Students from Salmon River Central School District in Fort Covington, NY participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s School Shamrock Program this year and successfully hit their goal and...

 

ABGC, AFS, and SLU hit up the Big Apple!

The Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club along with St. Lawrence University and the Akwesasne Freedom School attended a trip to New York City on April...

 

Mohawks meet President Obama

A group of Mohawks were fortunate to get tickets to the 2009 Annual White House Easter Egg Hunt in Washington, DC on April 13. The group was even...

 

Press Release from AMBE

Annual Community Date Rescheduled The Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Board of Education (AMBE) has rescheduled their Annual Community Meeting to April 20, 2009. The main purpose of the Annual meeting is to...

 
 By Gere Jacobs    News    April 16, 2009

Akwesasne rappers entertain students

It turns out the weather was a perfect sunny day, just a hint of April breeze on the 9th of April, 2009. J.O.C. (Corey Jocko), our own Akwesasne...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    April 16, 2009

Skidders lands second theatre role at Cornwall’s Vagabond Theatre

Mohawk actress and writer-in-the-making Nikaiataa Skidders will co-star this weekend in her second performance with Cornwall’s Vagabond Theatre....

 

St. Lawrence River – Iroquois Dam gates to be raised

[Cornwall, Ontario]: In accordance with the operating regulations of the International St. Lawrence River Board of Control, Ontario Power Generation’s Ottawa/St. Lawrence Plant Group advises users...

 

Gardening with Native Plants Workshop

Vicky Gollinger Hilleges, of Pippi’s Perennials, will present “Gardening With Native Plants” on Saturday April 25th from 1 – 2:30 pm at the...

 
 By Sesi King    News    April 16, 2009

The Egg Snatchers strike again-Easter Fun

It was 2 p.m. on Easter Sunday and the location was at the ‘T’ in Tsi Snaihne. If anyone were to pass this residence their eyesight would be...

 

Repelling insects like mosquitoes, fleas and more In a safe and Earth friendly way

I am anxiously awaiting the warm weather that is coming soon (I hope)! Unfortunately, the much-welcomed warm weather that brings us flowers, birds,...

 

Ratiwé:ras The Thunderers

Iakoráhston: Wahiarónkwas Iakohiáton Kawinónhsen Tsi Ronterihwanónhnha Ne Kanien’kéha Dialect Adapted for use in Ahkwesáhsne Ne ki oká:ra,...

 

The Iroquois Constitution THE GREAT BINDING LAW, GAYANASHAGOWA

67. Should any person, a member of the Five Nations’ Confederacy, specially esteem a man or woman of another clan or of a foreign nation, he may choose a name and bestow it upon that person so...

 

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