Thirteen people from Membertou were presented their first Aid Certificates at the Membertou Community Centre last month by Chief John ginnish. Chief Ginnish in his sort addressed to the graduating class gave credit to Mrs. Daniel Paul for the outstanding work she has done on the Membertou community in such a short time. Mr. Ginnish said that to know first aid at any time of an emergency is equally as important to the community as it is to know it personally.
Chief Ginnish then presented certificates to each of the thirteen grads and a St. John Ambulance Certificate to Mrs., Daniel Paul, health worker for the Membertou and Chapel Island Indian communities. Mrs. Paul took here course at Sardis, B.C.
The first course was given by Mr. Turnbull of Glace Bay which lasted for 3 weeks.
Certificates presented in the completion of the first aid course included left to right: David Marshall, Margaret Matthews, Mrs. John Doucette and Allister Matthews. Too row: Chief John Ginnish, Mrs. Philomena Isaac, Eva Bernard, Mary Eliza Moore, Mrs. Donald Marshall and health worker, Mrs. Danny Paul.
Chief John Ginnish presents St. John Ambulance Certificates to Mrs. Daniel Paul, Health Worker for Membertou and Chapel Island.