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Boys & Girls Club Members Attend UNC-P Basketball Game

110 members from the seven Tribal Boys & Girls Clubs attended Wednesday night's (2/22/17) basketball game on the campus of UNC-Pembroke. Chairman Harvey Godwin, Speaker Bobby Oxendine, and Chancellor Robin Cummings met with club members during halftime to stress the importance of education and to officially welcome them to their hometown university. UNC-Pembroke defeated Frances Marion University to capture the Peach Belt Conference Championship title with a final score of 89 - 65.

Elders Receive Security Briefing

Located in the Fairmont community, Heritage Haven Apartments provides Lumbee elders with safe and affordable housing and a place to call home. Residents of the 32 apartments had an opportunity to meet Mr. Timothy Oxendine, Security Supervisor of the Tribe's security team. After introductions, Mr. Oxendine explained the Tribe's security program and how it would impact the safety and well being of not only Heritage Haven Apartments, but all properties owned and/or managed by the Lumbee Tribe. Mr. Oxendine shared general safety guidelines, residential lighting issues, Buddy First Aid, CPR, home safety, i.e., locking doors, windows, drop cord dangers, space heater hazards, rugs, and other safe

ATTENTION: Limited Access to the North Carolina Indian Cultural Center Effective Immediately

Hurricane Matthew tore through Robeson County in October of 2016 destroying lives, homes, infrastructure, forestland, and the North Carolina Indian Cultural Center. The lake experienced considerable erosion and trees are down all over the grounds. Workers will be onsite clearing debris with plans to move towards restoring the perimeter of the lake. Until further notice, only limited access will be afforded to visitors. The current condition of the grounds are a safety issue and it is in the public interest to limit access until further notice. Your cooperation during this time will allow workers to focus their attention on the clean-up efforts.


LUMBEE TRIBE OF NORTH CAROLINA UNRESTRCITED SOLICITATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL AUDIT SERVICES The Lumbee Tribe is soliciting Requests for Proposals for its audit services. Preference will be given to Qualified Tribal and/or Indian-owned economic enterprise or organizations. The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina will receive sealed Request for Proposals, mailed or hand delivered, until 3:00 pm on February 14, 2017 at the Lumbee Tribal Housing Complex located at 6984 NC Hwy. 711 West, Pembroke, NC 28372 (Attention: Enka Bullard, P.O. Box 2709, Pembroke, NC 28372) Bids will be open on February 15, 2017 in the Council Chambers at 2:00 p.m. located at 6984 NC Hwy. 711 West, Pembroke, NC 28372. All

Lumbee Tribe Holds Note-Burning Ceremony

Pembroke, NC - On January 31, the Lumbee Tribal Chairman and Council members, along with staff and representatives of Lumbee Bank, gathered in front of the Tribal Housing Complex to burn the building’s banknote and celebrate a milestone. The complex, known by many tribal members as The Turtle, houses most tribal programs and services, and is the meeting site for all tribal council sessions and court hearings. It was constructed in 2009, under the tribal leadership and vision of the late Tribal Chairman Jimmy Goins, using NAHASDA funds in conjunction with a construction loan in the amount of 3.8 million dollars. On December 16, 2016, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina made the final loan paym

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