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Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas

Friday May 30, 2014
Photos courtesy of Anna Phelan

Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
Photos courtesy of Anna Phelan

Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
Photos courtesy of Anna Phelan

Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
Photos courtesy of Anna Phelan

Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas

Fourteen students graduated from Pelican Falls First Nations High School on May 15.

The high school graduates this year were Saralyn Delaine Brown, Yzerman Jay Grant Skunk, and Kyle Qualen Spade from Mishkeegogamang; Serena Anabell Anderson from Kasabonika; Daisy Dana Miranda Brown and Zaccheriah Eleazor Brown from Wapekeka; Marco Trent Moonias from Sandy Lake, Aaron Reuben Kakepetum and Sara Rose McKay from Keewaywin; Kasenda Rena Shawna Meekis and Rowan Benjamin Thomas Pemmican from Deer Lake; Micah Merrick Moskotaywenene from Bearskin Lake; Kyra Rayanne Wesley from Cat Lake; and Kevin Thomas Winter from Kingfisher Lake.

The ceremony included welcoming remarks from vice-principal Solomon Kakegamic, with Glen Whiskeychan as the master of ceremonies.

Representatives from NAN, NNEC, and the Municipality of Sioux Lookout, were on hand to speak to the graduates during the ceremony. Lac Seul Drummers performed an honour song at the ceremony.

Pelican Falls First Nations High School was established in 1992 on the shores of Pelican Lake within the township of the municipality of Sioux Lookout, and is part of the traditional territory of Lac Seul First Nation.


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