Elected Council holding annual general meeting next week

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council is inviting the community to a public meeting – the first in years – to discuss its financial statements, goals and accomplishments over the past four years.

With an election coming up in November, this will be the first-ever council to hold a four-year term to hold an annual general meeting highlighting its work over the past term.

“The AGA is a celebration where all community members come together to celebrate and be proud of SNGR’s progression and service to our Six Nations community,” elected council said in a press release.

The meeting will be held at the Six Nations Community Hall on Aug. 24 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 1738 Fourth Line Road.

At the meeting, community members can expect presentations about what elected council has done in the community in the past four years, as well as its goals and initiatives.

Community members will have an opportunity to meet all council departments and the Haldimand Tract and Election Code Committees.

The event will also have entertainment, food, a social dance, and a Drone Show.

“We are also looking forward to having great discussions with our community members during the event,” council noted.

Chief Executive Officer Darrin Jamieson said, “We cannot wait to celebrate our successes with the community and share future goals and initiatives that Six Nations of the Grand River is working on to continue to nourish our community.”

Chief Mark Hill said, “This is an exciting night, where Six Nations of the Grand River and our community come together to celebrate what we have accomplished. We look forward to your feedback and participation in shaping the future of Six Nations.”


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