President Pagels speaks on the recent news about the discovery of the graves of 215 Native children at a residential school site, as well as noting the Memorial Day event presented by Iroquois Post 1587 and the Seneca Nation. He provides a COVID update, information about June regular session of Council, and closes with a recognition of all the recent graduates.
AOA is reopening for congregate dining on Monday, June 7th. Capacity is limited and reservations are required.
Please call by 3pm the day before and leave a message to make reservations for lunch. More details on the flyer.
**AOA will only be open for congregate dining at this time. Access to the Elder Centers for activities, crafts, and trips will begin at a later date.**
President Pagels announces the availability of the Pfizer vaccine for ages 12-17 in early June through the Seneca Nation Health System. He also notes the recent return of the Red Jacket Peace Medal, tonight’s college graduates celebration event, and the official opening tomorrow of the new Seneca One Stop at the Buffalo Creek Territory.