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Monday, March 28, 2011

Rapid City march: Long Walk 3 photos

Long Walk 3 northern route in Rapid City, South Dakota, March 28, 2010. Photos by Chris Francisco, coordinator LW3 northern route.
Pine Ridge to Wanblee Agenda

March 31st - April 4th, 2011
-- March 31st 2011 8AM: Pine Ridge Indian Reservation ENTRANCE @ Red Shirt, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, Turtle Island
-- Welcoming & Words of Encouragementt by OST Vice President: Tom Poor Bear
-- Prayer by TBA
--PRHS Cross Country & Track Team to RELIEVE them and RELAY LW3NR walkers and runners into Pine Ridge (Waiting on confirmation from other schools).
--March 31st 2011 1 PM: Oglala, South Dakota, Turtle Island
--****LUNCH**** (provided by TBA)
--Mary Weasel Bear Tiwahe to RELIEVE them and RELAY into Pine Ridge.
--March 31st 2011 6 PM: Billy Mills Hall, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Turtle Island
--Eyapaha: Russell Blacksmith
--****DINNER**** (provided by White Cow Killer Tiyospaye)
--Encouragement Songs by CRAZY HORSE SINGERS, Presentations, Socializing, Networking
--March 31st 2011 10 PM: Pine Ridge Retreat Center, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Turtle Island
--LW3NR will be staying at Pine Ridge Retreat Center

The Longest Walk north is in South Dakota, and the southern route is in Hereford, Texas today, Tuesday, enroute to Amarillo, Texas.
More photos and Pine Ridge schedule of events, including a horseback ride, at:
Congratulations to our friend Marsh Rice from the Longest Walk in 2008 and wife Manna, happy parents of a new baby girl born in Tokyo. "Aurora Makena entered this world at 9:30pm Tokyo time," Marsh said on Monday.

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