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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"} [[?]] and what we plan to do in the future. Thank you.


{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
Thank you very much, Steve

{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
Before we begin our closing prayer, Chief [[?]] wanted me to let everyone know that

{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
after the closing prayer he has some beads that were traded,

{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
I guess 300 years ago at least, and they're in his possession. They have to be handled very carefully so he'll have them here if anyone wants to look at them.

{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
But they came from England and were traded I guess practically 300 years ago or even longer than that.

{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
Now for our closing prayer, the [[?]] of the united Rappahannock tribe and a member of Virginia council of Indians will do the closing prayer, closing service for us. The Coven--


{SPEAKER name="Speaker 3"}
Our Father, which art in Heaven, hallowed be thy name.

{SPEAKER name="Speaker 3"}
Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, on Earth as it is


Transcription Notes:
Steve as the first speaker and The Coven as the singers at the end, third speaker

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