Topic: Opening Blessing/Smudge Ceremony
Casey Eagle Speaker is also known by his traditional name “Sorrel Horse” by his people within the Blackfoot Confederation. He is a member of the Blood Tribe in Southern Alberta.
In the Year 2000, Casey was awarded the Chief David Crow Child Award from the City of Calgary for his work in cross-cultural awareness and in addition the Dr. Joseph Crow Shoe Award from the University of Calgary for his work in Aboriginal Education. As well, he has received numerous other awards for his work within society.
Casey has served on several boards such as the Native Women’s Shelter, 4 Directions Foster Parents Association, Ghost River Rediscovery, and presently sits on the board of Align, The Wisdom Council (AHS) and a number of advisory committees.
Casey has been working with Hull Services since 1998, as the Indigenous Resource Coordinator.