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Mayor Lea among seven to be inducted into VUU Athletic Hall of Fame

enter Virginia Union University is proud to announce that seven individuals will be inducted into the VUU Athletic Hall of Fame.
Al Bowers, Dr. Lucille M. Brown, Mike Crawley, Moses Golatt, Danielle Hoggard, Sherman Lea, and Fred Pinkston will be inducted September 20 and will be honored during the football game between Virginia Union and Johnson C. Smith University. Continue reading Mayor Lea among seven to be inducted into VUU Athletic Hall of Fame

Three Roanoke Area Centers benefit from local Chapter Chums, Inc., contributions

PARTICIPANTS: Evie Brandon, Jason Hairston, Director- Francine McLaughlin, Betty Jones, Julian Brown, Taraji Burrell, Bette Harris-Ramsey, Carolyn Haley and Jayden Hibbert at the Eureka Park Recreation Center with (PLAY).

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Aladdin Temple Shriners make Donations

PRESENTATION: Members of Aladdin Temple Shriners and Jackie Bledsoe (center).

levitra originale online italia consegna veloce A few members are present as Jackie Bledsoe co-chair of the Playground Committee for the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke receives $1,000.00 toward a playground for northwest Roanoke that the Kiwanis Club is building near Lansdowne apartments (much need in that location). Also a $1,000.00 donation was given to the American Diabetes Association and $1,200.00 was donated to the American Cancer’s Relay for Life and a nice Scholarship will be awarded to a high school Senior it was an evening filled with fun and fellowship.

Missionary Council Annual Pageant

Queen Sister Marcia Reynolds Bagby

go to link The Annual Queen/King Pageant of The Missionary Council of The Roanoke Valley & Vicinity was held at 5:00pm Sunday, April 28 at Sweet Union Baptist Church. The 2019 Queen Sister Marcia Reynolds Bagby was escorted by her husband Brother Chris Bagby, both members of Pilgrim Baptist Church where Rev. Dwight O. Steele, Sr. is pastor. Continue reading Missionary Council Annual Pageant

Hokies score big in game against illiteracy

VA Tech offensive lineman Tyrell Smith with kids at the Books and Breakfast event held at Westside Elementary School Saturday, April 27. – Photos by S. Hale

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http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=dove-comprare-viagra-generico-online Several Virginia Tech Football players (aka Hokies) visited an event involving an organization known as Books and Breakfast (B&B) on Saturday (4/27) at Westside Elementary School.

follow url The program started last year at Hurt Park Elementary School and expanded this year to Westside Elementary. B&B runs two Saturdays a month during the school year. Roanoke City Schools provides free breakfast, lunch and transportation. Turn the Page supplies the books. Continue reading Hokies score big in game against illiteracy

St. Elias Lebanese Festival ~ Our Home is your Home

enter site The 21st annual Lebanese Festival is more than a community-wide event and a way for our church to say thank you: Our home is your home (Beitna Beitkom). We are returning to our original hours of Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. The festival will be held May 31 – June 2 at St. Elias Maronite Catholic Church, 4730 Cove Road, in NW, Roanoke. Continue reading St. Elias Lebanese Festival ~ Our Home is your Home