Last year the GALS group was a big success. Below are pictures of our guests. Virginia Joseph with the flower arrangements, Brandy and Charlotte from Island Sexual Health, with Elder Liz Underwood and some of the crafts that were created.
elcome to our Tsawout First Nation web site, on behalf of all our people! It is with great honor that we, as a Tsawout people, share little bit of who we are and what we are all about.
-Tsawout First Nation Administration
Our vision is the empowerment of our people, spiritually, intellectually, physically and emotionally, by providing through mutual understanding a safe, open and fair environment for our community. Appreciating our youth and valuing our elders through traditional teachings and cultural practices. Along this journey, we will treat each other with respect, empathy, strength, pride and equality.
Head Start February News
Learning House February News
Tsawout Learning House is in full swing. I too am glad to be back to work after a much needed rest, from an exciting and busy December. Through the month of January, Mrs. Adams has been attending meetings and planning the Tsawout Learning House Spring Break Camp 2014. This will be a full 2 weeks. PLEASE come and see me to register your child(ren). I can only receive a maximum of 60 applicants, but all volunteers are accepted.
WSANEC Youth News
We will be having another youth bottle drive Thursday February 27th to fundraise for future field trips, snacks and YOUTH HOODIES. We will be meeting at the gym at 4:30pm. Last time we had a bottle drive it was tons of fun. We hope to have tons of support and encouragement for the youth.
Come join us every Friday night 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the gym for Youth Night (13 years+). Feel encouraged to suggest activities and bring friends. All welcome.
There is a regular Girls Group that meets every Wednesday with Tabita and special guests from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm across from the health centre.
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