From Building & Grounds Chair Glenn C: This coming Saturday 23rd we will start on the new wiring on the dance circle. 830 to until. This may run into Sunday also. I plan to start to get the grounds prepared on Friday. Hope you can come out to help. This is s major project and will take time and labor. Everyone can help in some way. Don't forget the grub. Thank you all for your help and support. Update 1: 3/18/2019: From Chief Hatcher: The Tribe's vendor's circle has been fa
NOTE: Help your favorite Tribe to get this information out! Our Chief may be ugly but we are great people! Please share and ask others to share. Place on your FaceBook and everywhere you can think to post! Bring us proof that ten of your friends have shared it and you will be rewarded! The Waccamaw Indian People's Pauwau is on November 3rd and 4th, 2018 There will be survival skills demonstrations (Fire starting with the bow drill, ancient clothing, ancient cooking techniq
From B&G Chair Glenn: Hope all is well & safe from the Hurricane and flood.
There is a work day this coming Sat the 6th. We need to work on the damage on the Drum Arbor, Mow and weedeat all around. Build a new place for the electrical panel at the Drum Arbor, so we can get it off the ground.
We are always open to some food and drinks.
Our Pauwau is next month!!
Thank you all for your time and help, have any concerns, please feel free to contact me at:
(phone or text)
A message from CoC Rick Hudnall about today's event: Hello and Happy Easter Weekend to everyone, Today the Waccamaw Indian People along with the help of The Crossway Church Archery and Motorcycle Ministries , the Bass Pro Professional Crappie Team ,Horry County Fire Department, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the folks from Special Needs Family Day and many other volunteers hosted the third annual Special Needs Fishing Day. The fishing was nothing short of ama
Our next School Days event is currently scheduled for Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th, 2016 at the tribal grounds, 591 Bluewater Rd, Aynor, SC. For more information on how to register for this event, please contact Susan Hayes-Hatcher at [email protected] #community #Schools
Our 24th Annual Cultural Arts Festival & Pauwau will be held Saturday, November 5th and Sunday, November 6th, 2016 at the tribal grounds, 591 Bluewater Rd, Aynor, SC. We invite you to join us for the event. The gates will open at 11:00 AM on both days. There will be two Grand Entries on Saturday, held at 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM. On Sunday there will be one Grand Entry held at 2:00 PM. Our arena participants are:
Edisto River Singers
Master of Ceremonies
We are always looking for volunteers for before, during and after Pauwau. If you''re interested, contact Michelle at jenni[email protected]
Also, on November 2nd starting at 9:00 AM, we will begin setting up for the Pauwau. We''ve got to put out the tables, chairs, hay bales, sound system, and other things to get ready for the Pauwau. Hope to see you at the tribal grounds on Nov. 2nd!!! #helping #volunteer #community #Pauwau
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