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.
As I was saying, if Dr. King is not at Second Baptist, I can visit his church, but Ivan Pitts was the one, then and now! A great sermon, and so many in attendance. Copies of Tri-County were gone, now, that’s a first!
The services for Esther “Claudine” Pierson had two families present, the relatives and the relations so touched by the presence of those who loved Claudine without reservation and made a memorial on First and Pacific … Charlene
Gloria Marroquin and her 14-year-old son Daniel spent Saturday morning loading up on college knowledge. Clutching campus brochures, financial aid guides and other information, the grateful mom and son were just two of about 1,000 people
Violence against certain groups targeted with threats, assaults, swastikas, nooses or slurs is starting to look better than it has in a while for the state, showing a 4% decline of overall hate crime. That is, with the exception of race-related hate crime.
A hit and run last week took the life of Esther “Claudine” Pierson. No information regarding services. Do know she was always pretty and nice … So glad I told her I cared about her. Sympathy to her children and family … Thanks to Teddie Carr
Women may have been scared off by a number of studies over the years that show early mammogram exposure might actually raise the risk of cancer for women who carry the mutated BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 gene, which happens to be disproportionately for women of African American and Ashkenazi Jewish heritage.