All Nations Feast

Nearly 250 people came out to the All Nations Feast at the Houston Community Hall last Thursday.

A little guy enjoys the delicious food at the All Nations Feast.

Nearly 250 people came out to the All Nations Feast at the Houston Community Hall last Thursday. Above, Darren George, Wing Chief of the Wet’suwet’en Laksilyu clan, opened the event sharing how First Nations have practiced goodwill between clans. Participants discussed their experiences of goodwill in Houston, and enjoyed a great salmon feast prepared by Houston Love by the Bowl Soup kitchen, bottom left,  and served by the HSS girls rugby team. The evening closed with a performance from a Wet’suwet’en drumming troop, who sang two traditional Wet’suwet’en songs. It was a very positive event, bringing together people from many different backgrounds to discuss the goodwill that exists in Houston.

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