Surrounded By Cedar Child & Family Services is pleased to announce Jennifer Chuckry as the new Executive Director for the Agency as of February 2017. Jennifer has worked with the Agency for over 10 years in various capacities, has worked diligently to build and maintain strong respectful relationships and is actively involved in the urban Aboriginal community. Jennifer believes wholeheartedly in the capacity of self-determination for both on and off-reserve communities. The Agency, via the Board of Directors, offers their most sincere congratulations to her and look forward to seeing her in the role of Executive Director.
The annual Aboriginal Back to School Picnics were once again so much fun for community, volunteers and staff alike. This year SCCFS was pleased to welcome the Prince George Native Friendship Centre as a new delivery partner. Making an eleventh stop on our Picnic tour.
Surrounded by Cedar is pleased to make the 2017 AGM Report available online.
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Teachings from the Half-Boy: A Cultural Homecoming offers insight for Elders, parents and residential school survivors seeking to reclaim and preserve traditional culture for their children.
Culture flourishes with the sharing of knowledge between generations, Familiarity with traditional songs and stories creates a strong fabric of cultural literacy, but disconnection characterizes the First Nations experience. Teachings from the Half-Boy: A Cultural Homecoming offers insight for Elders, parents and residential school survivors seeking to reclaim and preserve traditional culture for their children.