Annual AISES Pow Wow was July 2
By Ulyesse Leon Preston
July 2, 2011

Lumbee pow wow
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) hosted a Pow Wow on the UNCP campus July 2, 2011.
Face painting was one of the numerous activities enjoyed by the public attending the Pow Wow and Lumbee Homecoming.
Face painting was one of the numerous activities enjoyed by the public attending the Pow Wow and Lumbee Homecoming.
Car show at the pow wow
Car enthusiasts showed off their pride in the parking lot of the University Center.
Local vendor at the pow wow
Local vendor Crystal Chavis sets up her booth for the Lumbee homecoming.
Homemade ice cream machine at the pow wow
Homemade ice cream made with this machine was one of the many traditional foods that people enjoyed at the Lumbee homecoming and Pow Wow.
Photos by Ulyesse Leon Preston. Click image to enlarge.

The American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES) held its annual pow wow on July 2nd in the campus' historic quad-bell tower area following the Lumbee Homecoming parade.

The pow wow was dedicated to the memory of Ray Littleturtle, who served as master of ceremonies for the AISES pow wow for many years.

The event kicked off the UNCP AISES student chapter’s 20th anniversary, according to Valarie M. Deese, co-advisor of UNCP AISES.

 

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