Nak’azdli Whut’en Annual General Assembly: another huge success

It was a good turnout at Kwah Hall from July 12 – 14 as community members from Nak’azdli Band came together.

  • Jul. 20, 2016 6:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

It was a good turnout at Kwah Hall from July 12 – 14 as community members from Nak’azdli Band came together to discuss all that has happened in the last year.

Allysa Krause along with Rhoda Gregg organized the event.

“It was a good turnout this year,” Krause said.

“The main reason for this assembly is to discuss the business over the last year, listen to department reports, financial reports and resolutions and have people question any concerns they might have.”

Presentations were made from the Nak’azdli Alternate Justice Centre, the Nak’azdli RCMP Liason, the Health Department, and Social Development to name a few.

The General Assembly ended with a light dinner and a grand performance by the Yellowbird Apache Hoop Dancers.

“It was a great finish to the week,” Krause said.

 

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