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New album proceeds given to Save the Evidence

New album proceeds given to Save the Evidence

The Woodland Cultural Centre would like to give a big thank you to Gail Obediah, Singer and Songwriter, for donating a portion of the proceeds from her CD Release to the Save the Evidence campaign. The campaign is raising funds to renovate and repair the historical Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School building. Obediah raised and gave $1,222. Her

The Woodland Cultural Centre would like to give a big thank you to Gail Obediah, Singer and Songwriter, for donating a portion of the proceeds from her CD Release to the Save the Evidence campaign.

The campaign is raising funds to renovate and repair the historical Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School building. Obediah raised and gave $1,222.

Her new album is titled Let the Eagle Fly. Obediah posted on Facebook stating: “It was a huge honour to be able to carry out my vision of helping with the healing of our people in this way. Listening to and Honouring the children’s stories, are the road to healing!” Photo from the Woodland Cultural Centre staff.

 

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