Mayne Reading Challenge Ends June 21

Since January 1st, Mayne Islanders have been reading Thomas King's "The Inconvenient Indian" as part of the Truth and Reconciliation/Healing process here on Mayne Island. The challenge ends at the National Aboriginal Day celebration on June 21st at the School.

If you have read the book and written a comment in one of the journals, you are wonderful. Give yourself a pat on the back.

If you have read the book but haven't yet written a comment, do it now. If you don't know what to say, just write your name; if you don't want to put your name just write, "I read it." NOTE: There is an extra journal at the library for folks who have read their own copy. (Library is open Wed, Fri & Sat 11 am - 3 pm).

If you have not read the book, read it now!

We need an estimate of the total number of readers (we are aiming for 100). If you have one of the journals in your possession, please count the number of readers, including yourself, and e-mail that number (plus the number on the front of the journal) to Judi Walker (judilu@live.ca) as soon as possible. Journals can be returned to the Library on June 19th and 20th or brought to the event at the School on June 21st.

For further information please contact Judi Walker judilu@live.ca.

posted May 2015

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