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St. Regis Mohawk Senior Center



July 26th-Agnes Terrance & Karen White

July 28th-Betty Ransom & Debbie Thomas

July 29th-Stella Jesmer & Grace Barnes

July 31st-Carole Ross


July 26th – Closed; July 29th – Exercise Class-10:00; Virtual Bowling-10:30; Bingo-1:00; July 30th – Chair Yoga-10:00; Kanien’keha Class-12:30; Shopping-1:00; July 31st – Birthday Meal; Exercise Class-10:00


Home for the elderly


Community Bingo-Thursdays @ 6:30pm. Package cost- $10.00-single, double-$15.00 and triple-$20.00. For more information call 613-575-2507 ext. 1. Leave a message and someone will return your call.

Reminder: RSVP your attendance to all of our events if you will be joining your family member for lunch or supper before 10:00am so that they can make the proper adjustments. Thank you.




July 29th-Entertainment by Lucien-10:30

Smoke Dancers!

You are invited to a Social hosted by Tsiionkwanonhso:te Activity Program on August 12th at 2:30p.m. The NNATC Travel Troupe singers and DJ White (singer and dancer) will be in attendance. This is not a competition but a chance to ‘show your stuff’ in a friendly and welcoming environment. Refreshments will be available. For more information please call Teresa David @ 613-662-5655.


Welcome our new activity aide, Josee Sunday to the Recreation Program.

The time spent on Orientation to the facility and residents has been ‘bittersweet’, as the current activity aide, Barry Lewis, is leaving Tsiionkwanonhso:te. He accepted a great job offer and is making the switch to another facility. Best of luck, Barry!

Thank you/Niawen to the Pastoral Care team: Father Jerome Pastores and Sister Mary Christine, SSJ for your weekly visits to the Residents and seeing to their spiritual care.

Also, a huge thank you and appreciation to Lucien Lalonde for volunteering to play guitar and bring the gift of music on Monday mornings.

Niawen to Karen L. for the homemade gift items, these donations will make great bingo prizes!

Can you help us to ‘make a dime’s worth of difference’? The challenge is to fill a 2-litre bottle with dimes to make over $700! Bring your dimes to Tsiionkwanonhso:te and drop them in the bottle found at the front of our building. Proceeds will be used for a Resident Special Outing and Residents Christmas 2019.

The doors to Tsiionkwanonhso:te are always open and we would love to see you! Check us out on Facebook: “Friends of Tsiionkwanonhso:te”.



Akwesasne Tri-District Elders meet every Wednesday starting at 10am. Bingo after lunch at 12:45 and everyone is welcome. Bring a friend. Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am to 2pm quilting and crafts.


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