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MPAL Updates; Opportunities to be active Upcoming Events:

May 12 - Jr NBA (4-6) and Rookie Division basketball programs start. Registration is $80 and includes ball, jersey, certificate and insurance. Millbrook Band members can apply to the tobacco fund and other community members can use jumpstart - contact Gord Pictou for the forms! (902.986.8447). Still lots of space so hurry up and get involved.

May 12 - Drop in Floor Hockey starts from 1-3 pm. Registration Forms are available in the foyer of the band office, the website, and TES and TJHS. It is for kids in grades 4-9 and totally free. Last year we used helmets but this year you can choose safety glasses (provided) or helmets (your own). We are also using a felt puck. New teams each week and lots of short games. 

May 18 - The L’nu Kamakn Ski and Snowboard team will be holding a Food Drive for the Colchester Food Bank from 1-4 at the Millbrook Gym. You can drop off your donations to us at the gym or text us for pick-up (986.8447).

May 18 - 6-8pm - NAIG Baseball Try-outs at the Millbrook Field - If you were born between 2003 and 2005 and would like to represent Team Mi’kmaw at Kjipuktuk 2020 North American Indigenous Games this is your chance. If you can’t make the truro Try out there is one in Dartmouth on May 25 and one in Cape Breton at CBU from 4-6pm.  

June 2 - Millbrook Bike Rodeo from 10 am -1 pm at the Powwow grounds this year. Come try the obstacle course or learn about basic bike repair and maintenance. Free helmets for all who come, bike draws, and bbq. 

Looking for kids that would like to train for an adventure of a lifetime!

If you are in grades 8 - 12 and would like to visit the British Isles you can train to complete a half-marathon and then accomplish the feat in paradise. Check the Millbrook website or the Community FB page for more details or email Gord; gpictou@gmail.comYou don’t have to be a good runner now but you will have to commit to becoming a great runner later. Everyone is capable if you have the heart and motivation.