The NAACP extends a sincere “Thank You” to each of you whose role resulted in the success of the 2018 banquet.
President Robert High and the entire organization accept this fact: Without your attendance, financial support, your continuous applause for Dr. Amanda Lewis Coleman’s outstanding presentation, detailing the role that each of us can play in combining our efforts to increase every child’s opportunity to achieve a quality education, your singing along with John Lewis’s heartfelt musical renditions, and the many other ways you helped to make this year’s banquet an event to be remembered.
Finally, Krystle Hampton’s ability to create a friendly, unified atmosphere, the feeling of Norm and Patsy Davis’ presence, and hearing the prayers offered by the Rev. Richard Preston, the Rev. Eddie Jean Adams and Dr. L. E. Cole clinched the dynamics of a successful banquet.
A hearty thanks to all who participated physically or spiritually.
PRMC Senior Services
Shout out to Virginia Gorley for always lending a helping hand at PrimeTime Senior Service. Your work is greatly appreciated and we thank you!
Shout out to new members of PrimeTime Senior Service, you are doing excellent!
Keep up the great work and see you all around the center for the various classes, activities and of court, FUN!
Town Park at Paris would like to give a big Paris shout out to the following businesses and people who made our week of “Hearts and Love” for our residents such a success: Applebee’s Restaurant; That Guy’s Coffee; Old Skool Popcorn; Family Cuts and Carole’s Gifts.
Last but not least,
the management and staff of Wichoit Properties for a wonderful week for everyone.
Thanks to Mary Madewell for the “Wrap Up “ response to Dr. Amanda Coleman’s NAACP speech.
I could not get pass just thinking and talking about writing a response to Mrs. Robby Howard’s introduction that prepared the audience for complete mental and physical involvement in Dr. Coleman’s speech that reflected obviously thorough preparation and outstanding delivery of a speech that lends itself to conversations long after about the different ways that each of us can contribute to each child’s educational achievement.
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