While some folks are trying to lose a few extra pounds now so they can make room for all of the endless goodies until New Year’s, others are trying to figure out how to put the basic staples on the table for tens of thousands needing food baskets – and that’s just in Orange County alone.
Thanks to those contributors for my birthday, including a helmet from Mary Townsend, for my Sketchers (skates), Earl and Gayle Dearing, a most beautiful card and check, and Charlene Williams, as I bought something I really really
Birthday parties galore starting with the celebration for Louise Freeman hosted by Mr. Warren Bussey, Bea, who did a fabulous job decorating, Jolitha (Lo Lo) who prepared the great food, the Eastern Star ladies, and members of the Wiley
Give Me 5! Campaign: Cancer, Get Screened and Tested
By Dianne Anderson
With or without a detectable lump, denial never pays off for women, especially Black women, where the latter stage breast cancer comes much faster and hits harder than for other racial groups.
There is no time to wait.
“We’re behind the eight ball,” says Ernesta Wright, founder of the GREEN Foundation. “Now we have to debunk some of the scary, ’'I don't want to know if I get it.’”
Written by: Precinct Reporter Group
By Jacqueline Johnson
The Orange County Section of the National Council of Negro Women did an incredible, fantastic, great job with their Ebony Diamonds dinner dance. So impressed with the MC, actor, artist and entertainer, Art Evans … My chills and
NAEJA Meets to Address Hate Crime & Discrimination
By Dianne Anderson
A recent meeting between the National Association For Equal Justice In America and the Orange County Human Relations Commission is a good start toward addressing the surge in local hate crimes in the county, and its highest targeted group, African Americans.
A fantastic “Libra” party hosted by Jimmy Waite and Thelma Minor … I enjoyed, appreciated the music and the food … Thelma knows how to prepare and present! I couldn’t help but remember the times at the Harmon house …
So proud of the Pulpit Committee, who told us what we needed to know about
The Eureka Charity Club is in full preparation to host their twenty-fifth annual Black and White Ball. The event’s primary goal is to raise funds for their scholarship program. The club is the fund-raising arm of Wiley L. Kimbrough Lodge #91.