- Faith & Family
The Christmas holiday found Gloria Pacley, president of Arcola Lakes Park Seniors; Trenise Henderson, park manager; Joe and Shelia Mack, coordinators and a host of seniors attired in red took the time to demonstrate some camaraderie.The Macks planned a soul food menu with music by The Psi Phi Band, door prizes and an opportunity for those who wanted to sing carols.
Kudos go out to the volunteers who served: Lavern Roundtree, Levon Bryant, David Kemp, Peaches Cooper, Elizabeth James, Mamie Williams, Tillie Stibbins, Chase Williams, Mamie Horne, Terrence Brown, Lorraine Reynolds, Lonnie McCartney, Jean Perry, Virginia Smiley, Letitia Bowden, Etta M. Lowery, Henry Small, Beverly Johnson, Gladys Smith, Lamar Johnson, Jimmy Harrell, Willie Granger, and James Moss.
Dorsey High Alumni and former teachers enjoyed a Christmas party, Dec. 10th, at the Piccadilly in Hialeah. A event filled with camaraderie, hugging, conversing with classmates and singing Christmas carols. Included was an opportunity for former teachers to speak, such as Rev. Ulysses Morris, Baljean Smith and Dr. Charlie Williams.
Kevin McNeir wore his minister’s hat, last Sunday, at Ebenezer UMC where he led the morning prayer and sang “My Soul is Anchored in the Lord,” while Minister David Larmond, Sr. electrified the congregation preaching on “Is God in your storm?” He even excited two of his six boys in attendance with a thunderous climax.
By Dr. Richard Strachan