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15th Annual Red Lake Youth Conference to be held June 8-9

“The conference will focus on gathering young leaders and community members from the surrounding area to create an environment of healing utilizing our culture and traditional teachings through a modern perspective from a new generation viewpoint,” a release said.

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RED LAKE — The Red Lake Nation Youth Council will host its 15th Annual Red Lake Youth Conference on June 8 and 9 at the Red Lake Nation College.

With this year’s theme, “Healing within Nature,” the conference will include discussions on leadership skills, Indigenous tea identification, Indigenous yoga instruction, reconnecting with plant relatives and workshops concentrated on traditional men’s and women’s teachings.

“The conference will focus on gathering young leaders and community members from the surrounding area to create an environment of healing utilizing our culture and traditional teachings through a modern perspective from a new generation viewpoint,” a release said.

Registration information can be found on the Red Lake Nation Youth Council Facebook page or by contacting Bianca Mendoza at (218) 679-1580.

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