Community Notices & Announcements Summary Jan 10, 2017
Tsiothohrko:wa/January 10, 2017
OVS WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING INFORMATION ARTICLES & CONTEST
The Office of Vital Statistics will be publishing a series of FOUR articles regarding the importance of Wills & Estate Planning in Indian Time Newspaper from now until Feb. 2, 2017. On Feb. 9, 2017, a series of questions will be published based on the previous four articles. The first person to submit their name, phone number, and correct responses to all five questions will receive a $50 gift card! Answers can be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at the Office of Vital Statistics at CIA #3, Kawehno:ke. Please contact Wendy at the email above or call 575-2250 Ext. 1018 if you have any questions.
NATIONAL NON-SMOKING WEEK EVENTS
The Community Health Program is celebrating National Non-Smoking Week from Jan. 16-20th. On Jan. 17th and Jan. 18th, Community Health staff will be at various locations to offer help to anyone that needs it. Information, prizes and healthy snacks will be provided. Staff will be at the Kanonhkwatsheri:io Atrium on Jan. 17th from 11 – 2 p.m. and the Tsi Snaihne Homemakers from 1 – 4 p.m. Staff will also be at the A’nowara’kowa Arena on Jan. 18th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. If you have any questions please contact Community Health at 575-2341 Ext. 3220.
TSI SNAIHNE DISTRICT MEETING POSTPONED
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s Tsi Snaihne District Meeting scheduled for Jan. 11, 2017. A new date and location will be announced when confirmed.
REMINDER: DRIVE WITH CARE THROUGH BRIDGE CORRIDOR
Due to recent concerns regarding travellers driving unsafely through the international border crossing area and corridor connecting Cornwall to Kawehno:ke (Cornwall Island) and the U.S., the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is reminding drivers to please travel safely through this area.
Due to the amount of traffic at the customs ports and throughout the bridge corridor, any unsafe driving puts our community members, customs officers, toll booth attendants, construction workers and the general travelling public, including children, at serious risk. Driving unsafely is never a good idea, but it is even more dangerous when done in a congested area with a high volume of traffic. Please drive safely through the bridge corridor at all times. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.