A native tradition


On Thursday, Nov. 19, the Native American Student Association (N.A.S.A.) and Student Government Association at Sampson Community College will be hosting the annual Pow Wow in the SCC Warren Building at 3 p.m. From Native American dancing, singing, drumming, beading and the famous fry bread, these organizations look forward to sharing this free event open to all faculty, staff, and students of SCC. ‘N.A.S.A was started by SCC staff, Pam Godwin and Harold Godwin in 2011 with mission is to help others connect with other Native American students, learn the Native American culture and heritage, and to celebrate the history and culture of the indigenous people of North America,’ states Natalie Trevino, N.A.S.A. President. ‘The Pow Wow is a great way to help others experience the Native American culture and we look forward to this event each year.’ For more information about the variety of student organizations and student life at Sampson Community College, visit www.sampsoncc.edu.


On Thursday, Nov. 19, the Native American Student Association (N.A.S.A.) and Student Government Association at Sampson Community College will be hosting the annual Pow Wow in the SCC Warren Building at 3 p.m. From Native American dancing, singing, drumming, beading and the famous fry bread, these organizations look forward to sharing this free event open to all faculty, staff, and students of SCC. ‘N.A.S.A was started by SCC staff, Pam Godwin and Harold Godwin in 2011 with mission is to help others connect with other Native American students, learn the Native American culture and heritage, and to celebrate the history and culture of the indigenous people of North America,’ states Natalie Trevino, N.A.S.A. President. ‘The Pow Wow is a great way to help others experience the Native American culture and we look forward to this event each year.’ For more information about the variety of student organizations and student life at Sampson Community College, visit www.sampsoncc.edu.

On Thursday, Nov. 19, the Native American Student Association (N.A.S.A.) and Student Government Association at Sampson Community College will be hosting the annual Pow Wow in the SCC Warren Building at 3 p.m. From Native American dancing, singing, drumming, beading and the famous fry bread, these organizations look forward to sharing this free event open to all faculty, staff, and students of SCC. ‘N.A.S.A was started by SCC staff, Pam Godwin and Harold Godwin in 2011 with mission is to help others connect with other Native American students, learn the Native American culture and heritage, and to celebrate the history and culture of the indigenous people of North America,’ states Natalie Trevino, N.A.S.A. President. ‘The Pow Wow is a great way to help others experience the Native American culture and we look forward to this event each year.’ For more information about the variety of student organizations and student life at Sampson Community College, visit www.sampsoncc.edu.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_NASA-Photo-for-Article.jpgOn Thursday, Nov. 19, the Native American Student Association (N.A.S.A.) and Student Government Association at Sampson Community College will be hosting the annual Pow Wow in the SCC Warren Building at 3 p.m. From Native American dancing, singing, drumming, beading and the famous fry bread, these organizations look forward to sharing this free event open to all faculty, staff, and students of SCC. ‘N.A.S.A was started by SCC staff, Pam Godwin and Harold Godwin in 2011 with mission is to help others connect with other Native American students, learn the Native American culture and heritage, and to celebrate the history and culture of the indigenous people of North America,’ states Natalie Trevino, N.A.S.A. President. ‘The Pow Wow is a great way to help others experience the Native American culture and we look forward to this event each year.’ For more information about the variety of student organizations and student life at Sampson Community College, visit www.sampsoncc.edu.
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