Published On: Thu, May 30th, 2013

Congressman visits Cherokee

Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC), shown 2nd from right, opened what is believed to the first Congressional office on an Indian Reservation in Cherokee on Tuesday, May 28.  Rep. Meadows was on hand to speak with EBCI tribal members, employees and leaders at Tuesday’s event.  Shown (left-right) are Vice Chief Larry Blythe, Painttown Rep. Tommye Saunooke, Principal Chief Michell Hicks, Rep. Meadows and Yellowill Rep. B. Ensley.  (LYNNE HARLAN/EBCI Public Relations)

Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC), shown 2nd from right, opened what is believed to the first Congressional office on an Indian Reservation in Cherokee on Tuesday, May 28. Rep. Meadows was on hand to speak with EBCI tribal members, employees and leaders at Tuesday’s event. Shown (left-right) are Vice Chief Larry Blythe, Painttown Rep. Tommye Saunooke, Principal Chief Michell Hicks, Rep. Meadows and Yellowill Rep. B. Ensley. (LYNNE HARLAN/EBCI Public Relations)

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