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Native Cultural Circle completes annual election of officers

NCC mbrs meet w/Rep. Pitts

NCC members meet with State Rep.Joe Pitts

Clarksville’s Native Culture Circle held its annual election of officers at its February 4th meeting. The results are reported as follows: Running unopposed and retained in office- Douglas Kirby, President; Virginia Moore, Secretary; Philenese Slaughter, Treasurer; and Wendell Clark, Sergeant-at-Arms.

Two candidates were nominated for the new office of vice-president. The result of the balloting was Robbie Wildbear, First Vice-President and Turner McCullough Jr., Second vice-President for Public Relations and Coordination.

Fancy Men's Dancer performs at NCC Powwow

Men's Fancy Dancer performs at NCC Port Royal Powwow

Clarksville Native Culture Circle is a local Native American history and culture awareness and education advocacy group. It is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization which stages the annual Native Cultural Circle Port Royal Powwow at the Port Royal Historic State Park. Proceeds from the powwows fund the purchase of books on Native American history and culture, which are ,in turn, donated to regional school libraries.


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One Response to “Native Cultural Circle completes annual election of officers”

  1. mommaof3 Says:
    February 12th, 2009 at 10:40 pm

    I would have loved to go to this since I am Cherokee.Where can I find out more info about this group?


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