Warriors Circle Blanket – March 2021 Pendleton Giveaway

Warriors Circle Blanket – March 2021 Pendleton Giveaway

Posted By Paul G March 1st, 2021 Last Updated on: March 16th, 2021

Thanks to our friends at Pendleton, we are excited to give away their newest blanket.

Warriors Circle of Honor by Harvey Pratt

Harvey Pratt (Cheyenne/Arapaho) is an Oklahoma artist who works in painting, sculpting, wood carving, bronze, and graphic design. He served with the 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion in Vietnam. He is one of the foremost forensic artists in America. Mr. Pratt designed the National Native American Veterans Memorial, at Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC, to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Veterans. In the blanket, the Sacred Fire burns at the center of bands of color representing Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. A border of stars and stripes has openings to allow spirits to enter. Four hands wearing feathers of bravery and triumph mark the cardinal directions. Oval shapes echo the museum’s Grandfather Rocks.

Learn more about this new blanket.



Enter early and enter often for more chances to win!

Prizes

1st – Warriors Circle Blanket
2nd – Pendleton Face Mask
3rd – Pendleton Face Mask


 


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LInda Chandler Sampson

I I was born in Miami, Oklahoma. I love going to PowWows. Living in westTn. there isn’t any close by. I am part Cherokee and proudly so. I would love to have this beautiful blanket.

Penny Freeman

With my name change came the thought of a new spirit blanket was coming. A beautiful blanket with great meanings, but it also holds a personal meaning for each it speaks to.

Susan Byrd

I love the Pow wows they represent the past, preset and future it is family oriented and there’s not much more out there to offer to family! So thank you and blessings

Rosita Schiller

I would be so grateful to own a beautiful blanket like this.

Denise Koon

I’m cold, I need a nice warm blanket like this.

Paula Cribb

Another beautiful give away!! Thank you!!!

Denise Hammond

I am Native American. I’m part of the Lumbee tribe. We are state recognized, and have been trying to become federally recognized for over 100 years. We were 1st known as the Croatan. I love going to powwows, dancing and meeting people from other tribes, and about there culture. The blanket is beautiful and has meaning to it. I would be honored to win this beautiful blanket . It would bless my home along with my other native pieces I have. There’s one thing about being Native American, we are blessed to have the culture we have. It’s different from any other race. And we are Proud of who we are, and of our past. We honor our ancestors and elders. I’m proud to be Lumbee! Thanks for a chance to enter for this beautiful blanket.

patricia luxton

awesome

Running Doe

wadi, I love all the powwow dances and other dancers, and the blanket has such beauty, It really has meaning to It, wado, Runnning Doe

Denise Hammond

I am Native American. I’m part of the Lumbee tribe. We are state recognized, and have been trying to become federally recognized for over 100 years. We were 1st known as the Croatan. I love going to powwows, dancing and meeting people from other tribes, and about there culture. The blanket is beautiful and has meaning to it. I would be honored to win this beautiful blanket . It would bless my home along with my other native pieces I have. There’s one thing about being Native American, we are blessed to have the culture we have. It’s different from any other race. And we are Proud of who we are, and of our past. We honor our ancestors and elders. I’m proud to be Lumbee! Thanks for a chance to enter for this beautiful blanket.

Waukea Bulison-Steele

I love everything that a Pow Wow stands for. The family, spiritual feeling, the dancing , drumming,, singing and storytelling. I love getting together with the elders and teaching the young ones. Visiting the vendors to see all the beautiful items that they have.

Janet Childress

I love all the different dances and what they symbolize.

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