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VA Commonwealth Games All Star Baseball Rosters

see The Virginia Commonwealth Games at Liberty University, organized by Virginia Amateur Sports, has released the rosters of the All-Star Baseball regional teams. The top 15-17- year old high school players in Virginia will represent four regions of the state in an eight game playoff. College coaches and Major League scouts are invited to attend this annual showcase. Continue reading VA Commonwealth Games All Star Baseball Rosters

Behold Your Signs of Guidance. . . I am a firm believer that every soul that God places upon this earthly pilgrimage comes with Heavenly Guidance! It’s hard for me to imagine a loving God abandoning His highest form of creation. It must be instead that His highest creation tends more often to abandon Him–especially when happy, content or blessed–with perceived success. But when troubles descend, the first outcry is “O God!” even when there has been little if any prior communication between you. It’s as comedian Nipsy Russell once stated: “Help a man when he’s in trouble. Help him and never complain. Help him and he will remember you–when he gets in trouble again.” Continue reading Behold Your Signs of Guidance. . .

Tell the Story, write it down, and make it plain by Velda Love, Minister of Racial Justice for the United Church of Christ Highlighting the resilience and perseverance of Africans from 1619 to this present day, 2019 marks the 400th Commemoration of the arrival of Africans into North America. Across the country many African American communities, churches, and organizations are planning celebrations to mark this significant and historic event. The importance of the commemoration is important for all people, but it’s particularly important for people of African descent. Continue reading Tell the Story, write it down, and make it plain

Party in the rain with ACT-SO

NAACP fundraiser pushes on through rain or shine to benefit ACT-SO students
Jo Jo Stockton, on bass and James “JJ” Jackson, drums of Solacoustix perform one of several tunes on stage at “Jazz on the Lawn.” DJ Jerome Bucker works the board in the background. – Photos by S. Hale

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Despite the intermittent rain, the “Jazz on the Lawn” event held Sunday, July 7, went on as scheduled at the home of Clint Barlow under a series of big tents.

As an NAACP ACT-SO fundraiser, the proceeds garnered serve as financial assistance for local gold medal winners attending the National ACT-SO (Afro Cultural Technological Scientific Olympics) competition to be held July 18-21, 2019 in Detroit, MI. Continue reading Party in the rain with ACT-SO