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Manchester Manor Resident Honored by Manchester Community College
Story Number is : 110517104
Tom Andrea Company

By Tom Andrea
Chief Strong Horse, a 96-year-old resident of Manchester Manor, was honored at Manchester Community College's (MCC) Native American Heritage Month Opening Ceremony on November 1st in GPA Community Commons on the MCC campus. Chief Strong Horse, also known as Kenneth Smith, was presented with the MCC Native American Heritage Leadership Award for his work in preserving the rich culture of his Narragansett Indian tribe. Lorén Spears, executive director of the Tomaquag Museum which holds a collection of the Chief's tribal history papers and ceremonial items, led the ceremony. The event launched a month of activities at MCC in recognition of Native American Heritage Month. Pictured at the event were, from left, Spears, Chief Strong Horse and T.J. Barber, MCC's director of student activities.

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