My first challenge was learning how to navigate the online environment, re-learning to learn, all while balancing work, life and school deadlines.
The program gave me a good boost in time management skills, online research and staying up-to-date on current affairs.
For many Indigenous organizations and communities, communications is a greatly needed and vastly under-resourced function.
Walking into pilot communications role as an intern four years ago, I learned much by doing.
Located on church property of Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church at intersection of Colettoville Road No. This is one of the best arranged and well cared for cemeteries in Victoria County.
Cemetery is one hundred ninety-six feet by one hundred thirty-five feet, has two ten foot double gates and two four foot gates.
Both died of diphtheria within a day or two of each other in 1873 and their father August Spitzer selected a spot for their graves and thus the cemetery was started [Row 5 spaces 6 and 7].
Starting with row 19 the use of curbs around graves will be discontinued due to the expense of mowing around curbs. 2, 1969 (all names on this sheet on cemetery cards).
First burials were Henry and Robert Spitzer, age 11 and 7 sons of August and Thekla Spitzer. SINCE 1917 NO BURIAL SPACES HAVE BEEN SOLD UNTIL AFTER THE DEATH OF THE PERSON TO BE BURIED IN THIS CEMETERY. SINCE 1917, THERE HAVE BEEN NO VACANT SPACES IN THE ROWS. There are 10 spaces vacant in Cemetery - May have had burial but show no evidence of a burial. No marker - cedar and crepe myrtle tree on space 17. Kolle Baby) inscription scratched in brick and concrete.