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Sticks Up for Vernon and Kameron
Submitted By Tim Marotta on Friday, October 30, 2020
Lacrosse is Family.
 
Please raise your sticks for Vernon and Kameron.
Two Six Nations Lacrosse players who tragically lost their lives in car accident on October 15th.

It is time for us to come together and support our friends in the Six Nations of the Grand River Community.


Vernon Henhawk & Kameren Powless were both Bantam aged lacrosse players from the Six Nations Minor Lacrosse Association.
The entire community of Six Nations of the Grand River is grieving their loss, and with Covid-19 restrictions they are not able come together to support each other as they would normally. 
 
We are asking each member of our lacrosse family to raise your lacrosse stick high & take a picture.
Then please flood SNMLA social media on Facebook with the pictures & captions of support. 
Or you can Email them to SNMLA president at [email protected]
Or you can Email me Tim Marotta
and I will post them on our twitter and Facebook pages.
 
Let’s come together and show our support
 
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