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Thursday, October 25, 2021

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners and the Town of Belville issued a resolution, amending the 2020 Indigenous People's Day proclamation, to specifically recognize the Cape Fear Band of Skarure and Woccon Indians. This resolution was presented to Chief Eagle Elk, along with several Council members on October 25, 2021.

October 22, 2021

After careful deliberation over the integrity and security of the tribe, and future international endeavors, the collective Tribal Council denounced all affiliation with Stacey Spirit Wolf Allen.

Made public by Principal Chief Eagle Elk on behalf of the Tribal Council

Stacey Allen Public Notice

October 13, 2021

Jeff Rivenbark of WWAY TV3 covers the press release of our 3rd Annual Harvest Gathering. Principal Chief Eagle Elk, along with Chief of Council Free Spirit, were interviewed.

September 23, 2021

After growing concerns throughout several native communities, Skarure Woccon severed all ties with Shane Ortega.

Made public by Principal Chief Eagle Elk on behalf of the Tribal Council

November 1, 2020

Mayor Mike Allen, presiding over the Town of Belville, declares the second Monday of October to be Indigenous People's Day. This proclamation was signed into order on October 6, 2020, and presented to Principal Chief Eagle Elk on November, 1 2020.

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October 9, 2019

WWAY TV3 news anchor, Jeff Rivenbark, announces the 1st Annual Harvest Gathering, taking place on October 12, 2019. Principal Chief Eagle Elk, and Jane Eagle Heart talk about the presence of the Tuscarora people in the Cape Fear region.

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