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Blue Star Memorial Unveiled

December 28, 2016

Members of the Lumbee Tribe participated in the unveiling of the Blue Star Memorial on November 16, 2016 at the I-95 South NC Welcome Center. Blue Star Memorial Highway markers are located across the United States and commemorate the U.S. armed forces and the services these brave men and women have provided to keep all of us safe. This program was started at the end of World War II by what is currently known as the National Garden Clubs, Inc.


Singing, drumming, prayer, and smudging were provided by Kaya Littleturtle, Lumbee Tribe Cultural Liaison; Lindsey Oxendine, Ms. Lumbee 2016-2017; and Mr. Harold Hunt, Veteran and Lumbee Warrior.
 

 

 

Kaya Littleturtle, Lumbee Tribe Cultural Liaison

Harold Hunt, Veteran and Lumbee Warrior

 

 

Smudging by Harold Hunt, Veteran and Lumbee Warrior

 Blue Star Memorial Highway marker

Lindsey Oxendine, Ms. Lumbee 2016-2017

Kaya Littleturtle, Lumbee Tribe Cultural Liaison

 

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