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First Nation Boys & Girls Club Receives a Club Makeover

Please click the link below to read about the generous donation of time and resources the First Nation Boys & Girls Club received from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Housed in District 14 and represented by Tribal Council member Ms. Barbara Lowery, the Club also owes a resounding thank you to Ms. Carla Knapp, National Director, Native Services, BGCA and members of her team who traveled to Robeson County to personally assist with the revamping and installation of donated goods. Thank you to all the good staff and supporters who also worked to make this possible. http://www.naclubs.org/index.php/about-us/club-spotlight/779-first-nation-boys-girls-club-receives-a-club-makeover

Lumbee Representatives Attend Presidential Inaugural Activities

Today, the Robesonian published an article covering the upcoming Lumbee Tribe march at the presidential inauguration parade representing their tribal nation. For the full article, please click the link below. http://robesonian.com/news/95280/lumbee-getinvitation-totrump-parade

Needy Children Receive Native Dolls for Christmas

Needy Children Receive Native Dolls for Christmas On December 19, 2016, Youth Development Specialists (YDS) gathered at the Indian Education Resource Center in Pembroke to pick up Native American collectible dolls to distribute to selected Indian students throughout the county for Christmas. These gifts were donated from the private collection of Ms. Janice Schroeder. Ms. Schroeder, a generous Pembroke native concerned with the welfare of children displaced by Hurricane Matthew, wanted to specifically target elementary and middle school children as gift recipients. The Youth Development Specialists worked closely with school social workers to identify these students. Only students that were

Tribal Council Swearing-In Ceremony

On January 5, 2017, the Honorable Matthew Scott of the Lumbee Supreme Court swore in the newly elected Lumbee Tribal Council Representatives at the UNC Pembroke Entrepreneurship Incubator. Tribal Council Speaker Bill James Brewington opened the ceremony with a Welcome, followed by the posting of colors by the Lumbee Warriors Association. Rev. Steve Strickland of Mt. Airy Baptist Church officiated over the event as the Master of Ceremony. Vice-Chairman for the Tribal Council, Terry Hunt recognized the outgoing representatives. Representatives Larry Townsend and William Maiden both expressed their appreciation of the support they received during their time on the council and gave encouragement

Lumbee Tribe Honors Indian Education Tutor

The Office of Indian Education (OIE), Title VI Program honored Ms. Gay Lowery Mansell for her many years of service as an Academic Indian Education Tutor on Friday, December 16, 2016 with a surprise retirement social. The event was held at the Longhouse for Learning on the Educational Resource Center Campus. Upon her arrival, Ms. Mansell was greeted by family, co-workers, and a host of friends, all present to celebrate her many accomplishments. Ms. Mansell is one of ten children. She attended Prospect Elementary School, Les Maxwell Indian School, and Douglas Byrd High School. She is a graduate of the Native American Bible College in Shannon, NC and Fayetteville Technical Community College. S

Seven Homes 1-4-17 // Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina

LUMBEE TRIBE OF NORTH CAROLINA RESTRICTED SOLICITATION THIS INVITATION IS RESTRICTED TO QUALIFIED TRIBAL AND /OR INDIAN OWNED ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 7 (Seven) SINGLE FAMILY HOMES THIS IS A SINGLE PRIME SOLICITATION FOR LICENSED GENERAL CONTRACTORS: The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina will receive SEALED BIDS, mailed or hand delivered, until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, January 23rd 2017 at the Lumbee Tribal Housing Complex located at P.O. Box 2709 ( 6984 NC Hwy. 711 West) Pembroke, North Carolina 28372; ATTN: Anthony Holden . Bids will be opened and read aloud on Tuesday, January 24th 2017 at 11:00 am in Conference Chambers located at the above address. The Lum

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