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Seneca Language Newscast 9/10/21

Posted in: Seneca Language

Nya:wëh Sgë:nö’ Swagwe:göh!

We:sö’ degwano:nyö’ swatsi’wa:ha’ ne:’ ogwë’ö:we:ka’ agwadeyësta’!! (Thankful for you all for watching and learning our ways.)

The hadiksa’shö’öh are back to school, Ari watched the Black Widow, Brennen tells us about "Remember the Removal" Remembrance walk, And Sam talks abut the happenings at the Cultural Center.

Presidential Update 9/9/21

Posted in: News & Announcements

President Pagels gives an update on the most recent COVID numbers. He wishes students to have a safe return to school and encourages the community come to the upcoming Back to School Bash. Gives updates on the safety protocols for the Fall Festival. He pays tribute to the 20th anniversary of the 9/11. He closes with a reminder that the September Council meeting will be held on September 18.

Out of the Darkness Walk - September 25th

Posted in: Health System

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We are collaborating with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to host our first Out of Darkness Walk. This is a walk that’s intended to bring awareness to suicide and to promote suicide prevention within the community. This walk is also a fundraising opportunity; this is completely optional, and the community does not need to fundraise to participate in the walk. A part of the funds that are raised go to the National AFSP office, where they will use it for research, developing education, funding legislation, and advocacy. The other portion of the funds raised will go to the local WNY AFSP chapter, where they will use it to support loss and healing groups, prevention education, and to supply other Out of Darkness Walks.


SNC Walk Sept 21

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