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Chad Lavallee National Aboriginal Day 2016

June 21, 2016 0 Comments

Chad Lavallee National Aboriginal Day 2016

What does National Aboriginal Day mean to you?

"National Aboriginal Day is a celebration of my culture. It is a day celebrating a large part of my identity in the world and a day in which to reflect on my great fortune of being from such a rich and storied background. It's a reminder that I share something special with all my fellow indigenous people and that is my heritage and that is one of the greatest honours of all. Indigenous is how I identify myself and I do it with the highest esteem for my culture and beaming with pride." - Chad Lavallee

 

 

Chad Lavallee is a Professional Golf Athlete with a huge dream we're sure he can accomplish. He is incredibly talented and dedicates a large portion of his time to both honing his own craft and teaching others the sport.
 
 Social Media:
Instagram: Lavalleegolf
Twitter: Clavalleegolf

 

 

 

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