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Community Empowerment Fair

On April 28, 2018, the Heritage High School gymnasium was the site for the 10th Annual Community Empowerment Fair. Approximately ninety exhibitors shared information to the participants. Record numbers of sorors, exhibitors, volunteers and participants were in attendance. Officer Tommy Norman, of Little Rock, AR, was there greeting and interacting with participants.

For the first time, sponsorship levels were offered for the fair. Several businesses and individuals participated. We would like to thank our sponsors:

Golden
Anthem Healthkeepers

Pearl
Knight First
Riverside Health System

Pink and Green
Celebrity Styles

Ivy
Anthem Healthkeepers Plus
Colonel (Ret) Delores G. Forrest
The GET UP Project
Newport News Branch of NAACP
Rice, Paige, Pandya and Gregg
Alicia Thornwell, Realtor with Christopher Jordan Real Estate
Virginia Educators Credit Union

We appreciate everyone who helped to make the 10th Annual Community Empowerment Fair a tremendous success.
Sorors Diann Latham and Valerie Price
Chairmen, Community Empowerment Fair Committee

MARCH 24, 2018

For more information contact Joy Johnson – joy.kearney.85@gmail.com

 

FEBURARY 2, 2018

January 13, 2018

This year, we are proud to celebrate 84 years of sisterhood & service!

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ACTS OF GREENSM COMMITTEE

Mark your calendar for the 2018 Adopt-A-Spot dates!

• Saturday, February 24

• Saturday, April 14

• Saturday, September 29

• Saturday, November 3

Be sure to dress comfortably!