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Caroline Gould - Waycobah

Cultural Crafts

May 2001 Contest

Education can involve more than words. We can learn about ourselves and our culture by learning about crafts.

Making talking sticks, baby rattles, baskets, beadwork, friendship bracelets, quilts, key chains, ribbon shirts, shawls, bows, leather-work, or carvings may speak to students in very special ways.

Help us to honour our culture and our elders. Share with us!

Wednesday, May 30, 2001
Eligibility Entries may be from students in First Nation schools or from Native students in provincial schools.
Prizes High School $100
Junior High $ 75
Elementary $ 50

Honourable Mention winners will receive a tee shirt with Help Desk logo.
All participants will receive a certificate and gift.
(Prizes go directly to the student, not to the school.)

Submit to Atlantic Canada's First Nation Help DeskAtlantic Canada's First Nation Help Desk
E-mail: admin@firstnationhelp.com

115 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS B1S 2M9
Phone (toll free): 1-877-484-7606, Fax: 902 567-0337

Rules Students may send the craft that they made, or send photographs.

Students should also include a short description of the craft and how it was made, or, perhaps, how they learned to make the craft.

All entries will be posted on the internet, anonymously at first, and then the students will be identified following on-line judging.

All crafts will be returned to the senders.