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The Native Justice Coalition is inviting Anishinaabe community members to share their stories on racism and racial justice. We are looking for story sharers to speak about their experiences in a safe and supportive space. Honorariums and travel assistance are provided for story sharers.

Mary Murray Culture Camp, Sugar Island
Friday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 26, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

For more information, please contact, Grey Shea at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.nativejustice.org. Register at – www.nativejustice.org/euphealingstories.

Bahweting Healing Stories Flyer

Sault Tribe Traditional Medicine Program conducts a fall releasing ceremony on Oct-10-13 at the Mary Murray Culture Camp, 266 Homestead Road on Sugar Island, Mich.

We are a unique race of people. Through the gift of ceremony, we have the ability to heal through spiritual connection. Reconnecting with mother earth allows one to self-reflect and heal the spirit.

For more info or if you are planning to attend, please call Laura Collins-Downwind at 906‑632‑5268 or Lori Gambardella at 906‑632‑0236.

Please remember offerings are the traditional way. make sure you are prepared and have your asemaa for the spirits. Ladies, please be mindful of your moon time cycle/teachings.

Chi' Miigwech for your interest and support in helping to bring wellness back into our Anishinaabek communities.

Fall Releasing Flyer 2019

Fall fasting "makade kewinan" with the Sault Tribe Traditional Medicine Program takes place on Oct. 9‑13 at the Mary Murray Culture Camp, 266 Homestead Road on Sugar Island, Mich.

We are all spirits living a human life. To learn to sit with our first family allows our spirit to reconnect with who we are as Anishinaabek. 

For more information or if planning to attend, please call Laura Downwind at 906‑632‑5268 or Lori Gambardella at 906‑632‑0236.

Please remember offerings are the traditional way, make sure you are prepared and have your asemaa for the spirits. Ladies, please be mindful of your moon time cycle/teachings. Chi' miigwech to everyone for bringing healing and wellness back to our Anishinaabek communities.

Fall Fasting Flyer 2019

Sault Tribe Unit I elders are holding a rummage sale on Friday, Sept. 27, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Elder Center on Shunk Road in the Sault. If you would like to make a donation for the sale, items can be dropped off on Sept. 25 or 26 at the Elder Center. For more information, call the Elder Center at 906‑635‑4971.

Today, Sept. 13, is the deadline to sign up for free Laker athletic tickets! To be eligible for tickets, tribal members must fill out the Free Laker Athletic Ticket Application and select the games they wish to attend.

Drop off the application, along with a copy of your tribal card, to the Big Bear Arena at 2 Ice Circle Drive in Sault Ste. Marie, by Sept. 13, 2019, or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (If hand delivering, drop off in the Upstairs Admin area until 12 p.m., or to Reception Desk Lobby from 12 to 8 p.m.)

Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis until all tickets are disbursed. There are a limited number of tickets. Applications received after the deadline will be serviced last with any remaining tickets.

2019 Free Laker Athletic Tickets Application

Newberry PowwowNewberry Sault Tribe Powwow, Sept. 14, Newberry Tribal Center, 4935 Zee Ba Tik Lane. 
 
Grand entry at 12 p.m., community feast 4 p.m.
 
MC: Josh Homminga
Arena Director: Bud Biron
Head Veteran: Nick VanAlstine
Head Male Dancer: Abe Bouschor
Head Female Dancer: Jackie Minton
Head Youth Dancer: TBD
Fire Keeper: Andrew Causley
Spiritual Helper: John Causley Jr.
Host Drum: Mukwa Giizhik
Co-Host: Mission Krik
 
For more information call: Catherine Hollowell at 906‑430‑5551, Lois Bryant at 906‑293‑8181, Lisa Burnside at 906‑484‑2727 or Lana Causley-Smith at 906‑322‑3818.
 
No drugs, alcohol, dogs or politics allowed.

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Photo by Ken Bosma / CC BY