Thompson Island Cultural Camp "Ionkwa'nikonri:io" 20th Anniversary
Group photo at Thompson Island 20th Anniversary including individuals recognized and members of the Akwesasne Cultural Restoration Program. From left - Tekonwakwenni Nanticoke, Tewakerahkwa Herne, Akat Smoke, Wehnitaronon Seymour (recipient of plaque), Arisawe Nanticoke (recipient of plaque), Donna Delormier (recipient of plaque), Bob Stevenson, Ernie Thompson (recipient of plaque), Marie Thompson (recipient of plaque), Waylon Cook and Konwarikonnienni Swamp. Back row (left to right) - Tekatsitsionke Cook, Kaienkwinehtah Ransom, Tehahonkotha Martin, Ratsihko'iaks Sunday, Teiohontsiakwente Skidders, Ranekenhteron Johnson, Iaontanawen Adams and Shonorise Smoke.
The community was invited to attend the 20th Anniversary of Thompson Island Cultural Camp, also known as Ionkwa'nikonri:io, on August 23rd, 2017. The day began with people boating across the St. Lawrence. If someone did not have a boat, a ride was...
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