Please join us as we say thank you to Lumbee Tribal Chairman Harvey Godwin, Jr. for his service to the Lumbee People. On December 22, 2021, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina will host a Drive-thru event to show our appreciation to Chairman Godwin for his dedication to the Lumbee People over the last 6 years. The event is 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Lumbee Tribe Cultural Center on Terry Sanford Drive in Maxton.
Thank you to Dr. Connie Locklear, Director of the Indian Education Program for the Public Schools of Robeson County and 1st Vice President for the National Indian Education Association Board of Directors, for honoring Lumbee Tribal Chairman Harvey Godwin, Jr. with this special designed gift, for his support of Indian Education during his time as Tribal Chairman.
NC Department of Health and Human Services Chief Health Equity Officer Victor Armstrong and Chief Health Policy Officer Charlene Wong, M.D., MSHP, visited the Lumbee Tribe Boys and Girls Club Walk-in Family Vaccination Site for COVID-19 vaccines Friday afternoon. This visit is part of a series of visits by N.C. health officials as well as Governor Roy Cooper to COVID-19 Vaccination Sites across the state. The visit comes as health officials encourage COVID-19 vaccines for peo
***** Please Share with the Elders in your community******** The Lumbee Tribe LIHEAP Energy Assistance Program is extended through January. Applications will be accepted through Friday, January 28, 2022. Due to the high volume and need for energy assistance, the Lumbee Tribe is going to extend the application process. Also because of the holidays we want to make sure we are able to reach everyone. Anyone with an incomplete application, please submit all applications by Januar
Lumbee Tribal Chairman Godwin and Chairman-Elect Lowery Travel to Washington in Historic Trip as part of Transition Process On Wednesday, Lumbee Tribal Chairman Harvey Godwin, Jr. and Chairman-Elect John Lowery traveled to Washington, DC to meet with Lawmakers and the Lumbee Tribal lobbyists Dentons and Powers. The trip is part of a first of its kind transitional strategy between the Lumbee Chairman and the Chair-Elect. In Washington, Godwin, Lowery and Lumbee Legal & Complia