Congressman Mike Mclntyre was among the politicians wh o showed up ,
for theLumbeeHomecoming Parade Saturday, July 5. Shown on his right
is Connie Locklea'r, daughter ofAmbrose and Joyce Locklear of Saddletree.
Ms. Locklear began her employment in the Congressman's Washing- ,
ton office July I as his Legislative Assistant On his left is Wendy Lowery,
daughter of Wendell and Gloria Lowery also of Saddletree, who is working
in Mclntyre's office as an Intern this summer.
A view of the people lined up in Pembroke uniting for the parade.
People gathered to watch the parade. .
And the Sugar Shack located on Hightvay 710. entertained as they came
through. Charles Hell Ls at the key httard. He is joined hy several of the
\ famous Chavis brothers and others.
The Indian Honor Association featured seven floats in the parade. This
one shows some of the board of directors of that organization that
envoy rages voter registration and honors those who vote.
Shown up front are Cynthia I.. Hunt and Jeannie Thompson. Second
row Ls Pauline II. I.oeklear and (iarth l.oeklear, ( huirman of the organization.
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The young at heart also enjoyed the parade. Rev. Isaiah l.ocklear is
shown with hLs grandson, looking for a cooI place to sit.
And David Oxendine drove hix motorized wheelchair through the
parade. '' ' 1 '
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The North Carolina Indian Cultural Center had this float
Carlton Mansfield, attorney, and District Court Judge Jeff Moore rode
with Senior Restdent Superior Court Judge Dexter Hrooks on the flout
prepared by the Indian Honor Association.
Vietta Chavis ofPhiladelpus Precinct tvas enjoying the festivities aswas
Selena Drukos and daughter Maria of Fayetteville; Lauren Oxen dine i vas
in Daddy's (Horace Oxendine) shoulders for a better view.
The Dreammaker's Mini Mall, Pembroke, was represented. Hays
l.ocklear of Mother Earth Creations in shmvn standing
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People stopped to talk and traveled front the totvn park to the university
ampus to participate in Homecoming festivities
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Swett, first Indian Superintendent of Robeson County Schools
s driven in the parade by Paul l.ocklear, Jr. of Prospect.
Charlie l.vcklear rode hit bike through the parade with his grandchildren.
Henry T. I.ocklear, veteran, representing the Honor Guard In the
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