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Honoring Fathers

From l-r: Deacon Alphonzo and Khaliah Campbell; Timothy and Sadé Woodliff; Malissa, Randell & Zierra Royal.
From l-r: Deacon Alphonzo and Khaliah Campbell; Timothy and Sadé Woodliff; Malissa, Randell & Zierra Royal.

omprare viagra generico 200 mg consegna rapida a Parma New Covenant Living Church recognizes 2015 Father of the Year essay award writers on Sunday, June 21. Congratulations to the winner Sade Woodliff, father Timothy Woodliff; second place, Malissa & Zierra Royal for Randell Royal; with third place to Khaliah Campbell for Alphonzo Campbell. We honor you all.

Links award two scholarships

Presentation - from left: Councilwoman Anita Price, Scholarship Committee chair; Dakota Shepherd, recipient; and Connie Steele, Roanoke Chapter president.
Presentation – from left: Councilwoman Anita Price, Scholarship Committee chair; Dakota Shepherd, recipient; and Connie Steele, Roanoke Chapter president.

source link The Roanoke Chapter of The Links, Incorporated awarded scholarships to two graduating high school seniors on June 13. Kayla Saunders, a graduate of William Fleming High School, and Dakota Shepherd, a graduate of East Montgomery High School. Both students plan to attend a college or university in the fall.

Stop the Violence Star City Event

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=viagra-generico-200-mg-in-farmacia-senza-ricetta-pagamento-online-a-Venezia In order to increase community awareness a group of civic leaders are responding to the escalation in violence so far this year by hosting a free community cook-out 12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m. Saturday, June 27 in Washington Park, lower level shelter. There will be free food, speakers, music, information and activities for all ages. Continue reading Stop the Violence Star City Event