Monthly Archives: January 2014

Elder stories

Yesterday afternoon, I visited the United Indians of All Tribes Elder’s Program. It being Thursday, I arrived during a weekly Bingo game.  I was lucky enough to talk with some of the elders, and here are some of the stories. … Continue reading

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Serious Pie is Seriously Delicious

Last night, a friend and I were on our way to The Moore Theatre to see the closing of Jerry Springer The Opera, which by the way, was amazing! We decided to eat close to the theatre and had both … Continue reading

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Sáádúúts (Robert Peele) – Master Canoe Carver

Sáádúúts (Robert Peele) is Tsimshian-Haida from the village Hydaburg, on Prince of Whales Island, in Southeast Alaska. He is a carver by trade and has had a hand in the carving of seven canoes at The Canoe Project at the … Continue reading

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Last weekend at Echoes Of Hope Celebrity Hockey Game

I had the pleasure of going to Park City, Utah, last weekend to help Echoes of Hope with social media. Echoes of Hope is a non-profit set up by Luc and Stacia Robitaille to “awaken the spirit of hope in … Continue reading

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Thaidra Alfred – Featured profile – Daybreak Star

When she first started in the program, Thaidra was a very shy 3-year-old. Continue reading

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