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The government announced that they will not limit their support of the Indian people's special occasions.

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If provided, a loyal and active support through his appointee, [[?]]. Even if you are [[?]] and use her considerable powers to work on behalf of Virginians.

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She has also given her staff, and this staff which had been sorely needed for many years, has enabled the council to make significant progress

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This year she has allowed us to obtain attain our first position, permanent position, in the 1988 general assembly. This staff has the support of Virginia [[?]] has made it possible for us to plan a full agenda for the future.


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Our future, our future plan includes sponsor state wide powwow. We have talked about this for a long time and for a long time it seemed like a dream. But that dream is really close to approaching reality.

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The counsel also will continue to provide information to Virginian students on how they might prepare for college education and how they might obtain financial aide for the institution.

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The counsel is working to develop a Director of Information on the federal state and product programs which may be of assistance to Indian people.

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The counsel has expelled and working to replace historic landmarks that portray our ancestors in derogatory way.

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And also our constant work to increase strong communication [[?]]

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In all these ways and others, I believe the council can continue to be an effective advocacy groups for Virginians.

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I look forward to working with you in the coming years and for us together finding a [[?]]

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I find, I find as Oliver Wendell Holmes said, that the great things in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are going.

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i thank you for this opportunity to share with you several things that

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