Pow Wow honors heritage


Jon-Morgan Clark of the Lumbee Tribe, far left, participates in the Grand Entry portion for the 46th annual Pow Wow. During the event, he played with the drumming group Warpaint. Festivities for the celebration were held Friday and Saturday at the Coharie Tribal Center on U.S. 421 north of Clinton. The Pow Wow featured Native American dancing, drumming, artwork and vendors. It also featured the Annual Warriors Memorial Ride to honor veterans and military personnel.


Jon-Morgan Clark of the Lumbee Tribe, far left, participates in the Grand Entry portion for the 46th annual Pow Wow. During the event, he played with the drumming group Warpaint. Festivities for the celebration were held Friday and Saturday at the Coharie Tribal Center on U.S. 421 north of Clinton. The Pow Wow featured Native American dancing, drumming, artwork and vendors. It also featured the Annual Warriors Memorial Ride to honor veterans and military personnel.

Jon-Morgan Clark of the Lumbee Tribe, far left, participates in the Grand Entry portion for the 46th annual Pow Wow. During the event, he played with the drumming group Warpaint. Festivities for the celebration were held Friday and Saturday at the Coharie Tribal Center on U.S. 421 north of Clinton. The Pow Wow featured Native American dancing, drumming, artwork and vendors. It also featured the Annual Warriors Memorial Ride to honor veterans and military personnel.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Pow-Wow.jpgJon-Morgan Clark of the Lumbee Tribe, far left, participates in the Grand Entry portion for the 46th annual Pow Wow. During the event, he played with the drumming group Warpaint. Festivities for the celebration were held Friday and Saturday at the Coharie Tribal Center on U.S. 421 north of Clinton. The Pow Wow featured Native American dancing, drumming, artwork and vendors. It also featured the Annual Warriors Memorial Ride to honor veterans and military personnel.
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