Acknowledging one another

Assembly held at Clearwater Secondary School held April 7 to mark the third annual Day of Sucwentwecw (acknowledging one another)

Simpcw First Nation member Gerald Jules tells a story about Coyote while Leon Eustache listens.

Simpcw First Nation member Gerald Jules tells a story about Coyote while Leon Eustache listens.

Simpcw First Nation member Gerald Jules tells a story about Coyote while Leon Eustache listens. They were taking part in an assembly at Clearwater Secondary School held April 7 to mark the third annual Day of Sucwentwecw (acknowledging one another. “Each one of you is the writer of your own story,” Jules said. “What kind of story will you write?”

Below: Band leader Steve James (front) accompanies Clearwater Secondary School’s guitar band as they play music during the Day of Sucwentwecw assembly. Also in the photo are (l-r) Jenny Panko, Hannah Elliot, Grayson Panko, Paytten Yurkiw and Ashley Foster.

Steve James & band