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Holiday Tradition to Continue in Kahnawą:ke


The Mohawk Council of Kahnawą:ke (MCK) is pleased to announce that the Canadian Pacific Railways’ Holiday Train will once again visit in Kahnawą:ke in what is fast becoming a holiday tradition in the community.

Beautifully decorated with thousands of colored lights, the train is scheduled to arrive at 6:45pm at the Adirondack Junction on Thursday, 26 Kentenhkó:wa/ November. A half-hour musical show begins at about 7pm featuring the Odds and Shaun Verrault (of Wide Mouth Mason), after which the train will depart.

Volunteers will be on site to accept donations and to distribute hot chocolate, hot dogs and glowsticks.

Once again, the MCK is providing bus service. Two buses will leave from the town garage at 6pm and pass by the following locations: Services Complex, Kateri School, Blind Lady"s Hill, Karonhianonhnha School, Knights of Columbus Hall, River Road, Golden Age Club, Catholic Church, Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre, Elder"s Lodge, Blind Lady"s Hill, MCK Apartments, ALbany"s Laundromat, Catholic Cemetary, Veteran"s Boulevard, Matty"s Park and along the Old Malone highway to the Adirondack Junction. There is no charge for the service.

Over the past decade, the Holiday Train has raised over $4 million and two million pounds of food for local food banks. The Committee has been the recipient of donations from those attending the event and the Canadian Pacific Railway.

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