Coharie Indian Education Summit

Presented by: Madison Thornton, Nathaniel Jacobs, and Tyneisha Williams Details: WHEN: Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 10:30 am – 3:30 pm WHERE: Coharie Tribal Center WHO: Middle and High School Students. Parents are encouraged to attend! WHY: *Discuss the importance of Indian Education *Highlight different colleges *Highlight available scholarships Lunch will be Provided…. Read More

2019 Coharie Tribal Graduation

The Coharie Tribal Graduation will be held June 3, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Coharie Tribal Center located in Sampson County.  If you know of any students that would like to participate please contact Mrs. Wanda Ammons. College graduates please contact Mrs. Sue Faircloth for more information on this event. This is for High…. Read More

ECI School Classmates Reunion

ECI Reunion will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019, from 1pm to 4 pm at the Coharie Tribal Center located at 7531 North US 421 Hwy, Clinton NC 28328. For more information, please contact Carol Brewington (910) 990-1485 or Vickie Newton (910) 592-1119. Please save the date and join us in a day of…. Read More

Coharie Tribe partners with the NC Native American Ethnobotany Project

NC Native Ethnobotany Project: Building Healthier Communities Through Healthier Living https://www.ncnativeethnobotany.org/ The North Carolina Native American Ethnobotany Project is about maintaining strong, resilient Native American communities through knowledge and environmental stewardship. We work with communities interested in: •Reaffirming relationships with native wild plant relatives •Remembering and relearning medicinal and cultural value of native wild plants…. Read More