Welcome to Miawpukek First Nation!

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Miawpukek Mi’kamawey Mawi’omi is a First Nation Reserve located at the mouth of the Conne River on the south coast of the island of Newfoundland. Over the years the community has seen a steady growth in Government, Social reforms, Health, Education, Economic Development, Culture and Traditions. We believe that we will “secure our future by investing in our past.”

Miawpukek First Nation Mission Statement
Our Mission Is To Preserve, Promote And Advance

The Culture, Health, Economic, Educational And
Social Well-Being Of Our People – Including
Our Language, History And Spirituality.

 


 

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I'll try to remember to pick some up for the 50+ members.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Road repairs will be ongoing throughout the community this week. Please proceed with caution and pay attention to the workers on the roads.
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PUBLIC NOTICE

Road repairs will be ongoing throughout the community this week. Please proceed with caution and pay attention to the workers on the roads.

OPEN SPORTS AND GAME NIGHT AT THE GYM

Friday, February 16, 2018

Youth aged 2-6 from 5:30-7:00

Youth ages 7-11 from 7:00-8:30

Admission $3.00 and includes your choice of juice or pop and a hot dog or six nuggets.

Drop by and spend a few hours playing sports and games with the older youth in our community.

Brought to you by the Miawpukek Youth Group in partnership with TEDD and CRHSS.

For more information please contact Tracy Loveless Howse at 882-1276 or Notoria Hinks at 882-2710
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OPEN SPORTS AND GAME NIGHT AT THE GYM

Friday, February 16, 2018

Youth aged 2-6 from 5:30-7:00 

Youth ages 7-11 from 7:00-8:30

Admission $3.00 and includes your choice of juice or pop and a hot dog or six nuggets. 

Drop by and spend a few hours playing sports and games with the older youth in our community. 

Brought to you by the Miawpukek Youth Group in partnership with TEDD and CRHSS. 

For more information please contact Tracy Loveless Howse at 882-1276 or Notoria Hinks at 882-2710

 

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What days??

By the way this is awesome

Awesome. Just wish it was more notice

Is this every week

Great idea!! Good job by all departments!

This was a fantastic event. We really enjoyed it, and so did the kids lol. Thanks for a great evening. So nice there was an event for younger kids to partake.

Dante had an awesome time, hopefully it continues.. just having the kids interact with each other is a great evening..great job by all involved..

Our boys keep asking when we can go back 🙂. The youth were so great with the kids.

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Se’t A’newey Kina’matino’kuom

 

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That’s was pretty cool to watch. Way to go to all the shavees. Amazing support!

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bring one down ill give u a cup off tea lil cuz and a slice off lassy bread home made to

On Valentine's Day, people pronounce or re-affirm their feelings of romantic love for someone, often by sending cards or giving gifts.

Valentine's Day, also called Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is an annual event celebrated on February 14th.

Originating as a Western Christian feast day honouring one or more early saints named Valentinus, Valentine's Day is now recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country.

The first valentines were sent in the 15th century, but it was not until the 17th century did people start exchanging cards and letters. Valentine's Day cards weren't mass-produced until the 1840s.
The most common gifts given are:
• Flowers, particularly red roses
• Chocolates and/or candy
• Jewelry
• Teddy bears
• Toy hearts
• Sparkling wine
• Cosmetics
• Clothing, including lingerie
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On Valentines Day, people pronounce or re-affirm their feelings of romantic love for someone, often by sending cards or giving gifts. 

Valentines Day, also called Saint Valentines Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is an annual event celebrated on February 14th. 

Originating as a Western Christian feast day honouring one or more early saints named Valentinus, Valentines Day is now recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country.

The first valentines were sent in the 15th century, but it was not until the 17th century did people start exchanging cards and letters.                                                                                                                     Valentines Day cards werent mass-produced until the 1840s.
The most common gifts given are:
• Flowers, particularly red roses
• Chocolates and/or candy
• Jewelry 
• Teddy bears
• Toy hearts
• Sparkling wine
• Cosmetics
• Clothing, including lingerie

 

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Wli' Kesaltultimkeweg Na'kwek!

Youth Group Meeting

Attention all youths aged 12-18!

The youth group will be having a meeting on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at 7:00 pm in the grade 9 classroom in the old school.

Come out for a snack, a game of trivia and chat about some upcoming activities. Enjoy chatting with friends and sharing ideas.

New members are always welcome!

This group has been made possible by the Communities at Risk programming under TEDD, the prevention program in place by the CRHSS and supported in part by the Government of Canada, INAC, and Foodfirst.

If anyone requires a ride please feel free to call Tracy or Severn at the Band Office from 9-5!
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Youth Group Meeting

Attention all youths aged 12-18!

The youth group will be having a meeting on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at 7:00 pm in the grade 9 classroom in the old school.

Come out for a snack, a game of trivia and chat about some upcoming activities.  Enjoy chatting with friends and sharing ideas.

New members are always welcome!

This group has been made possible by the Communities at Risk programming under TEDD, the prevention program in place by the CRHSS and supported in part by the Government of Canada, INAC, and Foodfirst.

If anyone requires a ride please feel free to call Tracy or Severn at the Band Office from 9-5!

 

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