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Native American Marine Corps Veterans 236th Birthday Celebration

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Event# 405-933-2175

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Native American Marine Corps Veterans Celebrating the United States Marine Corps 236th Birthday. Flag Ceremony at 11:00 am Flag of Theodore Morgan USMC Ceremony at 12:00 (Noon) Gourd Dance at 1:00 pm Dinner at 5:30 pm Gourd Dance continued until 11:00 pm USMC Honorees: Robert Short, Thompson Flute & Richard Sapcutt Masters of Ceremonies: Gary Kodaseet & Sammy "Tonekei"; White Head Singers: Parker Emhoolah, Jim Anquoe & Ernest Toppah; Head Lady: Mary Lou Stephenson Tselee; Arena Director: Ross Bointy; Vendor Information Contact Fran Cady (405) 246-5901.

Native American Marine Corps Veterans 236th Birthday Celebration

Address : 584 N.W. Bingo Road, Lawton, Oklahoma 73507 Lawton OK
Phone : 405-933-2175   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

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