The annual Community Action Partnership conference was again one of the best. The suite and happy hour hosted by Jim and Betty Colquitt was fabulous, and the hospitality offered by Mrs Lolitha (Bill) Mack was sooh appreciated. ..and thanks for the lunch.. .The annual Black chamber dinner was another resounding success, loved all of it...Bobby
I was so moved by the unveiling of the March on Washington stamp, and so proud of Bobby MacDonald who gave more insight about the march, Allen Woo who coordinated the event, the U. S. Postal Service and Community Action Partnership of Orange County, Connie Jones who welcomed and
Dianne Anderson Over the weekend, Orange County chapter NAACP president Donald Craig looked out from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC to the throngs of marchers, many who came to be part of a time from a time in history when they were either too young to remember, or not yet born.
Orange County Section of NCNW recently celebrated their twenty-five years of serving the community with a Membership luncheon. The luncheon showcased the involvement of the Section, and also honored others in the African American communities that have been instrumental in living the legacy of founder Mary McLeod Bethune.
The first full week of fall semester classes began this week at Cal State Fullerton, where more than 37,000 students are expected for the fall. New this semester are two more degree programs, giving CSUF students a choice of 109 academic degree programs overall. The latest two are both master of science degree
The Orange County Section of NCNW is celebrating a quarter of a century uplifting the communities and carrying out the legacy left by founder Mary Jane McLeod Bethune. She started Bethune Normal School for Girls to educate Negro girls. There was a two edged
Congratulations to our own Earl Dearing, who is the Orange County Black Chamber's BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR, according to chamber president Bobby MacDonald… And Sooh deserving…Speaking of presidents, NCNW'S Joan D. Powell rates very high with me. Unable to attend the Luncheon with Legends this Sunday. Congrats to
Cal State Fullerton's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is offering free, public musical performances this fall.
Jazz Series at Steamers, a collaboration between OLLI and the Fullerton jazz venue, features live music performances and a discussion about the history of a particular theme. The Saturday programs are from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at 138 W. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton.