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Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project

with the Eastern Door and Caughnawaga Golf Club

 is announcing the

2nd Annual Golf Tournament

to be held on August 8th, 2015

at the Caughnawaga Golf Club.

 

Donations and sponsors are being accepted.

Details will be forthcoming.

Please contact Morrison King at morrison@ksdpp.org or call at (450) 635-4374

 


 

 IAKAONHNHIIOHSTHA NE TAIONRE:REN

21ST ANNUAL RACERS FOR HEALTH

 

WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND

AT KARONHIANONHNHA SCHOOL 

 

Thank you to all who participated and volunteered.

Over 560 runners from all the schools in Kahnawake and 2 schools from Akwesasne, 2 schools from Tyendinaga and 1 school from Kanesatake.

Congratulations to the nursery and kindergarten students who ran 1/2 mile in the mist!

Congratulations to the elementary students who ran 1 mile in the mist!

You are all awesome!

Thank you to Karonhianonhnha staff and all the volunteers who have made this another successful event!

Daily physical activity, healthy eating and a positive attitude can prevent diabetes!

Event sponsored by Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative, Quebec en Forme and donations from community through KSDPP fundraising activities. 


 

Diabetes Prevention Promotion days at bank:

 Dates to be announced

 

Please support KSDPP!


KSDPP in the Community

 

KSDPP Activities include the following:

Summer Playground Fun Days!

June 25th at playground Texas/New Development

Games, races, just general fun activities for your neighborhood!

More dates and sites to be posted!

 

Call Cheyanne for more information on these activities 

 (450) 635-4374 or cheyanne@ksdpp.org

 


Community Mobilization for Healthy Lifestyles and Diabetes Prevention Workshop

 with Alex McComber, DSc

June 15 - 18, 2015

3 1/2 full days of training

Please contact KSDPP for registration and more information

 

Brought to community by KSDPP and Quebec en Forme