, Corbin, KY


August 21, 2012

Kicking Eagle to land at Corbin Pow-Wow

Motivational speaker promotes imagination, education, & self-esteem



In Kicking Eagle’s first book, The Legend Begins, the author and the young eagle were introduced and teamed up with the assignment to restore traditional values to America.  The tools they were given to accomplish this are available to everyone.  They include confidence, integrity, and education.

Eagle invites everyone to come and meet him at Corbin.  He says “the pow-wow is a family-oriented event where children, parents and grandparents can come and be entertained, motivated, and educated.”

Among the honors received on tour, the author received the Key-to-the-City at Youngstown, Ohio and at Monticello, Kentucky.  He received the appointment as Ambassador of the United Eastern Lenape (Indian) Nation.  Fans and friends worldwide call him “The Ambassador of The People.  Eagle’s message is universal… and timeless.

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