2017-09-28 / Front Page

Walkers Promote Recovery Resources

About 40 members of the community walked from the former McCann School to the Museum of Ojibwa Culture Thursday, September 21, in the inaugural St. Ignace Recovery Walk, intended to raise awareness of addiction and recovery from it as part of National Recovery Month. Walkers arrive at their destination, the Museum of Ojibwa Culture, where they were treated to a dinner, and drumming and singing with the Hessel drum group and members of the Grandmother Moon drummers and singers. Dinner was provided by Kewadin Shores Casino, and a cake by Bentley’s B-M-L Diner. Great Lakes Recovery Centers provided information to anyone interested about help available from the organization. See story, page 5.

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