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Tribal Office Notice

The Tribal Housing Complex sustained significant flood and wind damages during Hurricane Florence. The “Turtle” will be closed for repairs for an extended period of time. Tribal Officials are in the process of making alternate arrangements so we can provide services to tribal members. Updates will be posted here on our Facebook page and our website www.lumbeetribe.com

Tribal Council Meetings

Please note Tribal Council meetings have been rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence and details can be found at this link.

Robeson County Emergency Shelters

Robeson County Shelters are: Lumberton High School 3901 Fayetteville Road Lumberton, NC 28358 Purnell Swett High School 11244 Deep Branch Road Maxton, NC 28364 Saint Pauls High School 648 Old Stage Road Saint Pauls, NC 28384 Fairmont Middle School 402 Iona Street Fairmont, NC 28340 These shelters will open Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 12:00pm noon.

Hurricane Florence Update Release 09/10/2018

The Lumbee Tribe is working with the Robeson County Government and Robeson County Emergency Management to prepare our area for Hurricane Florence. The designated Emergency Shelters for Robeson County are: Lumberton High School 3901 Fayetteville Road Lumberton, NC 28358 Purnell Swett High School 11244 Deep Branch Road Maxton, NC 28364 In collaboration with the County Government, Town Governments, and Robeson County Emergency Management, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina will be committing its resources to supporting these designated shelters. The American Red Cross will be using the Pembroke Boys and Girls Club as its emergency headquarters beginning Wednesday, September 12. The Tribal G

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