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Volume 21 Number 24 Tkrmday, June It, 1994 ST^T, ' 'f5c f* Co# |
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News Briefs
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Honored for
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Academy announced tdaay that Mam
Elizabeth Belle Brooks has been
named a United States National Award
winner in Science
This award is a prestigious honor
very few students can ever hope to
attain. In fact, the Academy recognizes
less than 10% of all American high
school students
Marri Elizabeth Brooks, who
attends Jones Middle School, was
nominated for this National Aw ard by
Mr Bobby Flowers, a Science Teac her
at the school
Man Elizabeth Brooks will appear
in the United States Achivement
Academy Official Yearbook,
published nationally
. "Recognizing and supporting our
youth is more import an than every
before in Amenca's history. Cenainly
United States Achievement Academy
' award winner should be congratulated
and appreciated for their dedication to
excellence and achievement," said Dr
George Stevens. Executive Director
of the United States Achievement
The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the exclusive
recommendation ofteachers. coaches,
counselors or other school sponsors
and upon the Standards of Selection
set forth by the Academy The criteria
for selection are a student's academic
performance, interest and aptitude,
leadership qualities, responsibility,
enthusiasm. Motivation to learn and
improve, citfcenship, attitude and
cooperative spirit, dependability, and
recommendation from teacher or
director i
Mam Eli^beth Brooks is the
daughter of Rev. and Mrs Ernest Ray
Brooks The grandparents are Mr and
Mrs James Monroe Chavis of
Pembroke. North Carolina and the
late Mr and Mrs Peter Brooks of
Pembroke. North Carolina
Selected to
Dean's List at
The students tiled below have been
named to the Spring 1994 semester
Dean's List at tha University of North
Carolina at Wilmington They have
met the following criteria: students
with 12-14 hours must earn a GPA of
3 5 or better with no grade less than B
Students with 15+ hours must earn a
GPA of3 2 or better with no grade less
than B
James Stephen Locklear and
Victoria Faye Oxendine. both of
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Pembroke, NC
Hearing Set
For June
On June 18. IW4. a final hearing
on the Lumbee Constitution will b?
held at Purnell Swett Hiuh school
beginning ai " 00 pn. During 'lu
hearing. the Constitution Assenibt
changes made to the document based
upon comments from the Lumber
Community Also, criteria for voting
in the election of the constitution will
be presented, including polling sites,
date of voting, and hours of voting
All interested persons should plan
to attend this meeting For further
information. contact the
THE LUMBEE TRIBE at 521-1647
Applications for
Junior Miss
Lumbee Pageant
Applications will be available for
the Junior Miss Lumbee Pageant
beginning June 20. 1994 The age
category is 13 to 15 years of age
Contestants must be 13 by October I.
1994. Contestants cannot be 16 before
November 9. 1994
The first 15 applications returned
with the registration fee will be
accepted Registration tee is $75.00
The pageant will be held September
17. 1994 at 7 30 p in at the Givens
Performing Arts Center Admission
will be $5 00 per person
Applications may be obtained at
the Adult Education Office in
Pembroke. NC Questions may be
directed to James Monroe Chavis at
521-8602 Application deadline is July
22. 1994
In the Armed
Utm A OxemJtnc
Navy Seaman Lisa R Oxendine.
daughter of Lots F. Oxendine of
fleaabroke. and Raven Sampson of
Lumberton. recently reported for duty
at (J S Naval Facility. Keflattk.
The 1993 graduate otPumel I Sw?efi
High School of Pembroke, joined the
Navy in July 1993
FRIENDS Of Union Chape!
School leathered recently f or their
2nd una uid hunt/net held to recognize
school volunteers and their student
FRIENDS. Friends Ready in Every
Need Develop Success is a program
where community volunteers are
paired nith identified students to help
provide them individual attention
needed to enhance their school
Guest speaker for the occasion
was Mr. Bruce Jacobs and special
music ?ius provided by Ms. Sheila
Lowry. FRIENDS volunteers
received certificates and other tokens
of appreciation. The event Has
sponsored by the school PTA.
Named to Dean's List
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unucTp^aMBKiyfRfrtH or
Emory University in Atlanta. Georgia,
fort lie I W4Sprin Semester. Students
must earn a grade point average of
Thf* n kfpnt #tv?fTi the' Pembroke
area is Garnet M. L?n. son of Mr
and Mrs Garnett K Lowry of
I Gospel Singing Scheduled
I June 24 at Riverside Baptist
The People for the Lumbee
Constitution will spotcr t gospel
singing on June 24.1994 at Riverside
Independent Baptist Church,
locatedon Highway 74. Lumbenon.
The singing will begin at 7:00p.m.
and guest featured singers will be the
McNeill Quartet. Felix Deal and
Family, the D & L Singers. Carta and
Redemption and the Pierce Family
There will be ao admission charge
Food and refreshments will available
A love offering will be lifted All
Kinds will no to the People Ibr the
bee Consttuboa Committee for
the upcoming vote on the Lumbee
Constitution that was developed by
delegates selected from Indian
On the NC State Dean's List
North Caroliua Slate university
Chancellor Larry K Monteith has i
announced that 3.455 undergraduate
students earned dean s list honors ar <
UCSU during the spring semester |
To make the dean s hit. student
must earn an academic average of
3.25 or higher if they at* carrying 15
or mote hours of course work. ora.V5
grade-point average if they are
carrying 12 to 14 hours
The following students from
Robeson County are on the dean's
list Jennifer Ann Cummnigs.
Lumberton; Ray Devouse Haves.
Lumberton. David Bnuton Hodge.
Rowland. Bonnie Jean Jackson. St
Pauls. Jeffrey Douglas Jackson. Red
Springs. Lawrence Travis Lock tear.
Pembroke. Sieve Michael Loveti.
Luyrton." Charle-. Worth
Townaend. Lumberton. and John
Christ Zachary. St Pauls
Show Planned
On Jul) 16-17 the Fifth Annuel
Consul Carolina Military Antiques
Show will be held in Wilmington, NC
at the Trask Coliseum on UNCW
camps. South ColleKe Kond Preview
Friday 6-8 p.m (St.QO). Saturday 9
w. ages 7-12 Sl.00 For details lull
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Lumbee Homecoming
JlllH' July 2, 1991
Schedule of Events
Thursday, June 23
Indian Ministers Appreciation Banquet
Pumell Swell High, Pcmliroke
6:30 p.m. -$5 00 per person
Sunday, June 26
Farewell RebegUon for Miss Lumlrcc
and Little Miss Lumbee
Native American Resource Center
Pembroke State University
3.-00 - 500 p.m
Tuesday, June 28
Strike at the Wind Fundraiser
Featuring: Shelia J. Godwin
Art Dinner: Holiday Inn, Lumberton
6:30 p.m. - $30 per person
Dance following the art dinner
at: Ray's Two-Step, Lumberton
Wednesday, June 29
I Little Miss Lumbee Pageant
Givens Performing Arts Center
Pembroke State University
7:30 p.m. - $5 00 per person
Thursday, June 30
Lumbee Homecoming Gospel Sing
Ml Olive Pentacostal Holiness Church
Pembroke, -7:30 pm
Donation will be received
I Friday, July 1
Miss Lumbee Pageant
Givens Performing Arts Center
Pembroke State University
7:30 p.m. - $7.00 per person
Miss Lumbee Coronation Ball
Pembroke Jaycec llut
$10.00 per person
Following the pageant
Saturday, July 2
Activities in tltc Park
7:00 a.m. - 600 p.m.
4 Mile Fun Run and 2 Mile Ftm Walk
7:45 a.m.
Sponsored by: Fleclwood Homes of
Pembroke & Sara Lee of Maxton
Lumbec Homecoming Parade
Downtown Pembroke
10.00 a.m.
Reception for Miss Lumbec
and Little Miss Lumbee
Native American Resource Center
Pembroke State University
1100 am
Antique Car Show
Front Parking Lot
Pembroke State University
$15 00 registration fee
Following parade
Third Annual A1SES Pow Wow
Activities area beside Old Main
Pembroke State University
1100 a m - 6-00 p.m.
Sponsored by : American Indian
Science and Engineering Society
Pembroke State University
Saturday, July 2
Strike at lb* Wind
Dr. Adolph L Dial Amphitheater
N C. Indian Cultural Center
Adults $7.00
Senior Cttiarna $5 00
Children (12 and under): $4 00
? 15 pm

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