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Weaving project promotes community vision

Students at the Pontiac Continuing Education Centre got the chance to try their hand at weaving last week, as part of a community art project. Back row, from left: Thoma Ewan, Ann Marie Moore, Josée Mallette, Jesse McCoshen, Justine Scott, Saphia Massarwy, Tanya Paquette, Gabrielle Ewan and Virginia Landry. Front row, from left: Chrissy Draper, Connie Michelle Harris, Rachelle Farrell-Tessier and Lise Larue.

Staff, students and the public got the chance to contribute to a collective tapestry at the Pontiac Continuing Education Centre last week. Behind loom, from left: Kayla Brown and Karissa Rutledge. Foreground: Gabrielle Ewan.

March 22, 2018
Students at the Pontiac Continuing Education Centre got a chance to try their hand at a loom last week as part of a community weaving initiative.
Entitled “The Community Vision Weave,” students and guests from the community wrote messages or visions of the future onto pieces of paper and wove them into a collective tapestry over the course of three days.
Everyone’s goals were also compiled in a book for all to read. The aim of the exercise is to foster community pride, ownership and sense of belonging.

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