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Ka Ka Kwe Ke Jeong Anishinaabe Nation Celebrates 19 Graduates!!

Ka Ka Kwe Ke Jeong Anishinaabe Nation Celebrates 19 Graduates!!

Treaty 2 Territory – It was a beautiful sun shining day in Ka Ka Kwe Jeong on Thursday, June 23rd as the Nation came together to celebrate the High School Graduation of 19 Students.   The beautiful graduation ceremony took place at the Ebb and Flow First Nation Community Recreation Centre and was attended by

Treaty 2 Territory – It was a beautiful sun shining day in Ka Ka Kwe Jeong on Thursday, June 23rd as the Nation came together to celebrate the High School Graduation of 19 Students.

 

The beautiful graduation ceremony took place at the Ebb and Flow First Nation Community Recreation Centre and was attended by Graduates, and their families, Chief and Council, and several  school colleagues, along with school staff.

 

Following the ceremony and presentations of diplomas by Principal Kathleen Morrisseau, the Graduating Class and dozens of supporters in vehicles toured the Bacon Ridge and Ebb & Flow on a Celebration Parade. Students then retreated to their own special receptions with their families at home.

 

Class of 2022 – Ebb and Flow School 

Ashton Desjarlais

Jessa Houle

Joclynn Houle

Randie Houle

Nikki Lukianchuk

Jenna Malcolm

Misty Whitford Malcolm

Creelyn McIvor

Ashannie Mousseau

Bree Racette

Ticia St Paul

Carl Beaulieu

Sonny Beaulieu  Govereau

Ashton Roulette Govereu

Lawrence Flett

Layne Houle

Raiden Houle

Sunny Cochrane Moar

Darren Mousseau Jr.

 

 

Our Treaty 2 Territory Anishinaabek Government extends Congratulations to all graduates on the accomplishment of this special milestone. We wish you the very best of luck in all of your future aspirations. Education is a life long journey and today is the beginning of many wonderful opportunities to come.

 

“When a student graduates, it isn’t just them and their family who win; the entire Nation wins”. Ka Ka Kwe Ke Jeong, you have much to celebrate and be proud of. After all, we all know that it takes a village to raise a child.

Gi gichi izhichige!!

 

Contributed by: Marlene Davis, Nation and Economic Development Helper

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