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Members of the Roanoke NAACP Youth Council, Chance Staples and Leila Bryant, along with advisor, Gloria Randolph-King motored to Portsmouth, Virginia on Friday, October 26, 2018, to attend the Virginia State Conference 83rd Convention as youth delegates for the weekend.
As members of the Youth and College Division, they were able to attend the youth and the adult training sessions. Both youth served on convention committees. Continue reading Roanoke NAACP Youth Council attends State Convention
All interested high school students to attend our next ACT-SO meeting at 5:00 pm Sunday, Nov. 18 in the fellowship hall at Loudon Avenue Christian Church, 730 Loudon Ave NW.
The Roanoke Branch NAACP is excited about our 7th ACT-SO local competition. Because we know that we have youth who qualify, the Roanoke Branch is looking for those talented high school students who are willing to showcase their respective skills and talents in order to win money, prizes, awards and national recognition at the 2019 National ACT-SO competition in Detroit, MI. July 18-21, 2019. Continue reading Local NAACP ACT-SO Program: Seeking 2019 Olympians!