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    Lumbee Spring Pow-wow

    NC Indian Culture Center, Pembroke NC

    May 6-8, 2005

    Host Southern: Young Bird
    Host Northern: Pipestone


    For more information, please contact: 910-521-2217, or 910-522-2213
    The Lumbee Tribe us dedicated to our culture, traditions and history. We offer many services to our nation.
    Eye7 Consulting

  • #2
    YAY - this looks awesome - good work guys...looking forward to it....
    Everything is gonna be alright!

    Be blessed - got love???

    This b me.....

    www.myspace.com/akayo

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Smokin' Ace
      YAY - this looks awesome - good work guys...looking forward to it....
      __

      Smokin Ace,

      Well, it looks like I may be coming to this one after all. I look forward to meeting you there!
      Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by WhoMe
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        Smokin Ace,

        Well, it looks like I may be coming to this one after all. I look forward to meeting you there!
        Can't wait - you'll feel very at home here... looking forward to seeing ya .....Lumbees are great hosts.....
        Everything is gonna be alright!

        Be blessed - got love???

        This b me.....

        www.myspace.com/akayo

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Smokin' Ace
          Can't wait - you'll feel very at home here... looking forward to seeing ya .....Lumbees are great hosts.....
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          Smokin',

          Great!

          I have been to a dance before at Pembroke State several years back. I had a good dose of "Lum hospitality!" I left that powwow with good memories!

          Actually, I also went to school with several Lumbees at BYU. I remember some of their last names: Lucas, Locklear, Oxendine and Bullard. I hope I get to see them there.

          I look forward to hearing Youngbird and especially pipestone!
          Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

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          • #6
            Yep - I actually work at "Pembroke State", which is now "University of North Carolina at Pembroke". And I am an Oxendine by marriage - so yeah - small world - can't wait to have so many folks here close to home.....

            Let's dance.....
            Everything is gonna be alright!

            Be blessed - got love???

            This b me.....

            www.myspace.com/akayo

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            • #7
              Is this event drum & dance contest, and what does the schedule look like? as well as hotels
              www.myspace.com/powwowlicious

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Lumbee Pride
                Lumbee Spring Pow-wow

                NC Indian Culture Center, Pembroke NC

                May 6-8, 2005

                Host Southern: Young Bird
                Host Northern: Pipestone


                For more information, please contact: 910-521-2217, or 910-522-2213
                www.lumbeetribe.com
                Can't forget those good NC powwows! Looks like some good drums showing up.

                April, say hi (or is it hey? j/k) to your mom and dad for me! Jim

                <----Joe


                Why must I feel like that..why must I chase the cat?


                "When I was young man I did some dumb things and the elders would talk to me. Sometimes I listened. Time went by and as I looked around...I was the elder".

                Mr. Rossie Freeman

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                • #9
                  is this sponsored by the tribe or lrda???
                  No one can make you feel inferior w/o your consent-Eleanor Roosevelt

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                  • #10
                    Lumbee Tribe and LRDA-- group effort.

                    MC: Dennis Zotigh

                    Arena Directors: John Locklear, Kieth Colston

                    Head Judge:Cochise Clark

                    Head Dancers: Tony Clark, Millicent Hunt

                    ** This will be a TOBACCO FREE event **
                    Eye7 Consulting

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                    • #11
                      Sounds like a good one

                      Hope this one turns out good, got some good drums hosting... peace
                      "Remember where you've been and know where your going or else your lost."

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                      • #12
                        hey..FYI...check out the thread "idiot insults drum" and see how someone is representing the Lumbee tribe. Think someone from his own ( if he's not BS) should set him straight!

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                        • #13
                          so it is not at lrda this year?? Is it back at the Culture center?? Brings back good days of ole, eh.
                          If I could be anything, I would be your tear, so that I could be born in your eye, live down your cheek and die on your lips.

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                          • #14
                            who knows?????????

                            Originally posted by snowbird
                            hey..FYI...check out the thread "idiot insults drum" and see how someone is representing the Lumbee tribe. Think someone from his own ( if he's not BS) should set him straight!
                            i don't know what's up with that guy. i've encountered him on another board. from what i've heard he is in fact lumbee; that's not up for debate; but what turns people off is that his views are sometimes mixed up and/or radical
                            No one can make you feel inferior w/o your consent-Eleanor Roosevelt

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