Naming the AAHOLIITOBLI', The Honor Garden

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The Honor Garden, which pays tribute to the members of the Chickasaw Nation Hall Of Fame, is the first major structure that visitors encounter upon driving onto the Chickasaw Cultural Center campus. AAHOLIITOBLI’ can mean “to treasure,” “to take care of,” “to love,” “to hang onto,” and, in this instance, “to honor.”

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