Darlene Sexton – Board of Directors

Darlene Sexton

Board of Directors
St. George’s Indian Band
Band Council

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St. George’s Indian Band P.O. Box 262 St. Georges NL A0N1Z0 Canada

Biography

Darlene Sexton was born in Stephenville Crossing, the oldest daughter of Raphael and June Alexander. Darlene was raised in St. George’s and after completing high school attended Memorial University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Education in 1979.

Darlene began her teaching career with a teaching position on the Northern Peninsula where she met her husband, Gerald. They have two daughters, April and Shannon. They are now living in St. George’s and enjoying their three grandchildren, Hunter 8 Noelle 3 and Reid 14 months.

Darlene has been actively involved with the St. George’s Indian Band since the year 2000. She is presently enjoying her retirement years and is very involved with the Mi’kmaq community in the area. She attends many cultural and spiritual events and thrives on sharing her knowledge with those who are interested. She is especially committed to the youth of the area, and is actively involved in promoting the Mi’kmaq culture to the children in the local school. Her passion is working with the youth and participating in the many Cultural and Spiritual activities in the local area.

In December of 2016, there was a vacancy on the Board of Directors with the St. George’s Indian Band and she was invited to fill that vacancy. Darlene is enjoying her position with the band, and is responsible for updating the St. George’s Indian Band website.

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Our priorities include education, health, economic development, improved housing, cultural enhancement, tourism and recreation.

Our spiritual grounds are located in different areas: Steel Mountain, Mendueuge (Devil’s Place), Calvary Hill, Hell’s Gultch, Hungry Grove, Seal Rocks, Molly Ann’s Cove, and the Mouth of Barachois.


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St. George’s Indian Band

709 647 3293

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St. George’s Indian Band
P.O. Box 262
St. George’s, NL
Canada, A0N 1Z0

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