ative American drums and dancers will line the Coffee County Farm Center this weekend with three full days during the annual Ma-Chis tribe hosting the Creek Indian Festival. According to Ma-Chis Chief James Wright, the festival helps preserve the Native American culture of the past. Ceremonials with a dancing and drumming and a salute to the Armed Forces is planned, along with
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