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Red Pheasant Cree Nation students will receive a new bike to commemorate the end of the school year

Red Pheasant Cree Nation's leadership goes even further to show gratitude to the students atClifford Wuttunee Schoolfor their efforts in their research. rice field.

Pre-kindergarten to 8th grade students received a new bike during the year-end celebration.

"(Chief and Council) wanted to do something together as a community. For students who just made plans and passed the last few COVIDsWe have a reward systemin place. I've been in school for years, "says Marie Adam, Director of EducationRed Pheasant CreeNation.

"The band has gathered for the past month to collect bikes and all the spare kids got the bikes."

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A total of over 200 bikes have been purchased from various sources. This comes from the band's inter-ministerial program, which originated from the leadership of Red Pheasant, who signed a comprehensive funding agreement with the federal government a few years ago.

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This allows the band to begin considering taking over control of spare shows and services.

"So, through band management and other programs, they got together and started buying bikes for their kids, because it's something special to them," Adam said. ..

"That was what they decided to do for school and their children."

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It was an investment that accomplished a lot of things Children were happy, especially on summer days.

"It was great to see them just seeing them riding their bikes," Adam said. "So they're really happy."

Several trucks delivered home to children who couldn't attend the year-end celebration.

Red Pheasant Cree Nation is located 40km south of North Battleford.

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