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    Cultural Engagement Center Offers Beadwork Classes

    Beadwork classes will begin in the Cultural Engagement Center at NOC Tonkawa on Wednesday Feb. 9 from 2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.The first 10 people to sign up in the CEC will be allowed into the free class.   Read More...

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    Cultural Engagement Center Sharing Standing Bear Story

    NOC students learned the history of Ponca Chief Standing Bear Wednesday from guest lecturer T.L. Walker at the Cultural Engagement Center at NOC Tonkawa as part of Native American Heritage Month.Walker told the audience she was privileged to tell the story of Standing Bear, a story that she said was not told for over 100 years.According to Walker, Standing Bear was a member of the Ponca Tribe that originally settled an area in northern Nebraska but was removed to Oklahoma in 1878 after the gover...  Read More...

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    Miss Oklahoma Presents in Cultural Engagement Center

    Miss Oklahoma Triana Browne spoke to approximately 30 students regarding “Bridging Cultural Diversity One Step at a Time” at the Cultural Engagement Center on Thursday. The presentation was sponsored by the Native American-Serving Non-tribal Institutions grant* and the Northern Thunder Club hosted the reception which followed. Club members presented Browne with a jacket after her speech.   Read More...