Pictured is Stefan Delloch from Northern Savings Credit Union (far right) handing the National Aboriginal Day planning committee the cheque.

Northern Savings Credit Union donates funds towards National Aboriginal Day celebrations in Prince Rupert

On May 31, Northern Savings Credit Union donated a $1,000 cheque to the Prince Rupert National Aboriginal Day Planning Committee.

On Thursday, May 31, Northern Savings Credit Union donated a $1,000 cheque to the Prince Rupert National Aboriginal Day Planning Committee for this year’s local National Aboriginal Day activities. The committee has held an event in Prince Rupert annually since 1996, when Canada’s governor general of the time named June 21 as National Aboriginal Day. For the fourteenth annual celebration, activities will take place on Thursday, June 21 from noon to eight p.m. happening either at the Rotary Waterfront Park, or Jim Ciccone Civic Centre (depending on the weather). Pictured above is Stefan Delloch from Northern Savings Credit Union handing the planning committee, many of which who have been there since the beginning, the cheque.

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